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    Default Moved to Huntsville now.....

    Well we have made our final move to the Athen/Huntsville area. I have been very fortunate to meet and trainer with some outstanding people over the last 13 years. I am hoping to connect with some like minded retriever people from around the Huntsville area and up to Nashville. I currently have two dogs running all age but one will gone gone most of the time. Thanks in advance!
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    Nobody outstanding around here.
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    cornbread and ice tea 's took the place of pills and 90 proof

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    Quote Originally Posted by boyetthunter View Post
    Well we have made our final move to the Athen/Huntsville area. I have been very fortunate to meet and trainer with some outstanding people over the last 13 years. I am hoping to connect with some like minded retriever people from around the Huntsville area and up to Nashville. I currently have two dogs running all age but one will gone gone most of the time. Thanks in advance!
    I'm a little over an hour east of you and would love to get together and train as well. I ran my first Amateur at Tennessee Valley this fall and made it to the 4th. Would be really nice if we could get a small dedicated weekend group together.
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    Quote Originally Posted by roseberry View Post
    Nobody outstanding around here.
    rose, as an Arabian Knight in exile, I take umbrage! Just not from my castle and thin-air Appalachian training complex atop Monte Sano.

    Also, we have offered Coach bamajeff cyber-asylum from the Crimson Tide paparazzi as he attempts to form an opposition group to another failed 10-2 season (this irrespective of his putative retriever training group).

    Lastly wanted to say outstanding or no, all this North Alabama communication gives me hope for a happy retrieverite homecoming some day, Sand Mountain and sorghum syrup and Judge Tigger Burke's square biscuit recipe squarely in the future plans!

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    Quote Originally Posted by crackerd View Post
    rose, as an Arabian Knight in exile, I take umbrage! Just not from my castle and thin-air Appalachian training complex atop Monte Sano.

    Also, we have offered Coach bamajeff cyber-asylum from the Crimson Tide paparazzi as he attempts to form an opposition group to another failed 10-2 season (this irrespective of his putative retriever training group).

    Lastly wanted to say outstanding or no, all this North Alabama communication gives me hope for a happy retrieverite homecoming some day, Sand Mountain and sorghum syrup and Judge Tigger Burke's square biscuit recipe squarely in the future plans!

    MG

    as usual I want to add some meaningless dribble...

    I do a pretty good Yoda imitation... I can make my wife laugh hysterically, if I read Crackerd's post with my Yoda voice..

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    Quote Originally Posted by MooseGooser View Post
    as usual I want to add some meaningless dribble...

    I do a pretty good Yoda imitation... I can make my wife laugh hysterically, if I read Crackerd's post with my Yoda voice..

    Raw talent.. I think you are outstanding Crackerd !
    C'mon, man - or should that be "Aw, shucks?" In any event if you keep up the uncopyrighted use of my material, I will have to demand residuals in the form of a direct pipeline from Colorado of Enstrom's Almond Toffee. Nah, that's already covered en route to the training ground by the Amish odd lot and overstock store hereabouts offering it at - better not say this too loud or Vicky the Moderator Trainor and a few others will swoop in for the whole stash - but offering it in both dark and milk chocolate at the very, very nice price of $2.99 a pound! But...I could always use more, and on a regular basis, so please stick with perfecting that Yoda Crackerd impersonation, Gooser!

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    Quote Originally Posted by roseberry View Post
    Nobody out standing around here.
    Could they be seated, in the field?

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    Hey Hunter: Best of luck with your career, and your pups. Don't forget your friends down in Okeechobee.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kenneth Niles Bora View Post
    Could they be seated, in the field?
    Pardon the space misplace. However stable chairs are in order to prevent broken hips as most of our "gunners are retired".
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    Quote Originally Posted by roseberry View Post
    ... However stable chairs are in order to prevent broken hips as most of our "gunners are retired".
    that is genius! 😎

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