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    Howard Niemi and his talented dog Whitewater Plourdes Ms "Missy" .

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    He has cookies up his sleeve.

    Looking good Mr. Nemi!!!

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    Nice pic! Go Howard and Missy!!

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    Looking good!
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    No leaves on the trees yet. We're having a very cold and late spring.

    And... Missy's a pest and major attention whore. You can't stand with your arms dangling without her giving your hands a nose job.
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    So did we. But it is summer now. Highs in the low 90s and lows in the low 70s.
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    thats a serious looking rain parka you are sporting there, never seen one in 3/4 length and in white...who makes something like that...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Howard N View Post
    No leaves on the trees yet. We're having a very cold and late spring.

    And... Missy's a pest and major attention whore. You can't stand with your arms dangling without her giving your hands a nose job.
    Oh I thought it was a clicker. Looks like it is cold there and spring not quite sprung. Nice pic. Was this an event??
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    Nope, this was training yesterday.

    Bon, that's actually a military surplus overwhite camo parka made of a cotton poly blend, for covering up our troops during winter maneuvers. I had a friend of mine's wife sew in some pockets. It's big enough to fit over me and a big parka, and white is often the color to wear in winter against a treed background.

    Clicker is on my lanyard.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Howard N View Post
    Nope, this was training yesterday.

    Bon, that's actually a military surplus overwhite camo parka made of a cotton poly blend, for covering up our troops during winter maneuvers. I had a friend of mine's wife sew in some pockets. It's big enough to fit over me and a big parka, and white is often the color to wear in winter against a treed background.


    Clicker is on my lanyard.
    that would be ideal for hunting snow geese in layouts...thanks for the info
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