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    I get to spend some time with my grandson while doing a water blind. My daughter's daycare closed so we're helping out. Ryan says he wants to be a dog trainer!
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    Very cool photo of great time spent with the youngster. But perhaps you might encourage or persuade the little feller. To quest to be the person who owns the grounds that the dog trainer trains on. That person can also be a great trainer but I feel in the long run it be much cooler to have the acres, the grounds, the ponds, instead of just a 14 hole truck 7 days worth of work and never time off. May as well be a dairy Farmer 😏

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    Kenneth, Ryan spotted the green monster on my lanyard and said I Really like your whistle PaPaw, to which I said I've got one for you that sounds like this one, and when I can't blow this one anymore you can have it.I hope he loves the dogs like I do.
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    Looks like a junior handler in the making. Great memories made outdoors.
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    I’m scheduled to be working night shifts at the chemical plant I work for for the next several months. At this time, my wife and I have decided to not send our daughter to daycare even though it is still open. I’m looking forward to the extra time with her.
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    Some 'silver linings' in this storm I think! Enjoy the kids and dogs.....

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    You a lucky man Brooks!
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