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    Default Wheeling WV.

    Anyone here from around there or familiar with the area? I will be traveling there Monday and was courious what the area is like.
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    Dman there is a Cabelas in Wheeling.......all is not lost .....LOL
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    Not much there but a cabelas
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    There is a casino there as well, the Cabelas is nice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sundown49 aka Otey B View Post
    Dman there is a Cabelas in Wheeling.......all is not lost .....LOL
    I noticed that Otey. I do have a gift certificate there.
    "Force fetch isn't about retrieving as much as it is conditioning a dog to handle pressure, in a very controlled environment. It's about putting a dog in the position of having to figure out how to turn off pressure by finding the correct response. This translates into numerous areas in training." Sharon Potter.

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    Be sure to eat at Figaretti's, best sauce in all of West Virginia!

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    Wheeling is an old steel town that sits along the river with hilly terrain surrounding. There used to be field trials held not far from there in Coshocton OH.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gary Wayne Abbott I View Post
    Be sure to eat at Figaretti's, best sauce in all of West Virginia!

    Sounds good. I'll give it a try.
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