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    Marie, I didn't find out they were considering it the water marks and blind until this morning. There was water on the way to both marks and the blind. And yes, the short mark was the poison bird. The marks were thrown, then you ran the blind under the arc of the short mark, then picked up the marks. Very, very tight test. All three lines to the blind and the two marks were on this one small pond.

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    The Amateur was a triple with two retired. The first bird down was the long retired in the center at the end of a field before it dropped off to a lower level where there was a small pond and eventually a creek. It was thrown left to right along the rim of the upper level with a treeline in the far background. If the dog missed the bird and descended to the lower level, they almost never returned and had to be helped to the bird. The second bird down was the shorter retired on the left. It was thrown from the edge of a stand of trees left to right. The line to this bird crossed a pond although not all of the dogs took the pond enroute. Later in the day, some dogs that were sent for the center bird winded the shorter mark on the way. The flyer was on the right also shot left to right.

    Callbacks to the second series (26 dogs):

    1,2,4,5,7,9,10,16,21,23,25,27,29,32,34,36,39,40,44 ,45,48,49,50,53,58,59

    Second series starts at 7:00 am with dog 29.

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    Judy - do you have Qual placements?

    Thanks in advance
    Lorraine
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    Sorry, I don't have Qual placements. I don't know anything more than what has already been posted here except that Jean Grammer and Seren got a JAM.

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    Thanks again Judy your description of the Open makes it all much clearer. Also I see you are back in the Am so good luck. It sounds like a tough test.
    Field trialer. I have an FC Golden Retriever and running trials Casey and a retired FT black lab Lightning.
    Marie Annette Doherty

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    Qual, all I know is Amie Duke took 2 and 4, and Gonia took 3d.
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    Thanks Jean - much appreciated.
    Lorraine

    Quote Originally Posted by jgrammer View Post
    Qual, all I know is Amie Duke took 2 and 4, and Gonia took 3d.
    Home of Rosemont's Amazing Grace *** Gracie (FC-AFC Wood River's Franchise x Buckshot's Pure Pleasure MH)

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    Shout out to Scatter Creek RC for their excellent BBQ and raffle last night! Crab, oysters, flank steak and salmon with lots of great sides made for lots of happy, satisfied people. And the "puppy national" was such fun. Thanks to SCRC for all their hard work.
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    Amateur callbacks to 4th series after double land and water blind (16 dogs):

    4,5,7,10,21,23,29,32,34,36,40,44,48,49,53,59

    Not sure which rotation number they are using - 44 or 60.
    Judy

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    Heads Up Dash to the Taiga WC **(Dart) 10/29/12

    Can. GMH Coppertop Wind in the Taiga MH, WCX **, Can. CD, WCX, QFTR *** (Breeze) 9/5/00 - 9/30/10

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    Quote Originally Posted by jgrammer View Post
    Shout out to Scatter Creek RC for their excellent BBQ and raffle last night! Crab, oysters, flank steak and salmon with lots of great sides made for lots of happy, satisfied people. And the "puppy national" was such fun. Thanks to SCRC for all their hard work.
    I've been to a lot of club BBQs (hamburgers, hot dogs, maybe a tri tip on occasion) but when I heard about this one from hubby who absolutely raved about it, I was floored. Fresh Dungeness crab, oysters, salmon, and he said the flank steak was to die for...

    Scatter Creek is making a name for itself and their free BBQ dinner will be remembered by all for a long, long time.

    And so will be their "Puppy National". I heard it was a lot of fun with a lot of young puppies there to participate and get ribbons.

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