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I'm all out of sorts. I hit a dog in highway going to work in the dark about 10 days ago. The dog was just there and I didn't even have time to hit my brakes. I was on the highway going 55 mph. I felt sorry for the dog as it was obviously dead. I was upset with the owner who probably let the dog run loose.

So I had some body damage to my pickup ($1,050). I took it in yesterday for the repairs. I had to get a rental. It is a Dodge and I have a Ford.

Nothing is where it is supposed to be.
Only about half my training equipment is in the rental.
I forgot and left the garage door opener in my pickup.
It is going to be 106 degrees today.

Rats!
 

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Hitting dogs just plain sux...

Being without your vehicle and training equipment just adds to the recollection.

Feeling your pain.... hope it gets better.
 

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I have been lucky (knock on wood) having only hit a deer. Can't imagine hitting a dog though I have come close a couple times. Hope things turn around for you.
 

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Seems like sometimes when it rains it pours.
 

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Just got a call from the collison center. They are ahead of schedule. I might have my truck back late tomorrow or by Thurs for sure. Yea!
 

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I hit a 8 or 10 point Buck on my way to a hunt test a couple weeks ago.
Talk about a crappy way to start a test day....:-x
 

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I hit a 8 or 10 point Buck on my way to a hunt test a couple weeks ago.
Talk about a crappy way to start a test day....:-x
That big of one if the rack was ok and the truck was drivable wouldn't have been so bad. lol jk
 
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