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I may be interested in attending. Can anyone provide feedback on past Rorem seminars?

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I went earlier this year and it was well worth the trip from Delaware to Texas. Dave's seminar really focused on teaching handling, not as much on training. I will probably go again. Very informative.

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Hey Bob, glad to see you are still on the green side of the grass. Despite the questionable weather last January, you were a great guy to have around at the seminar.

For all interested parties, this is a Workshop, not a large seminar. The enrollment is limited to about 10 dog/handler teams and 15 observers.
Over the three days everyone will benefit from detailed knowledge and observation of the working dogs and be able apply that knowledge for future events.

There will be at least one dinner and some free stuff as well.
 

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Inexplicably, the website link no longer contains the Workshop information.
This will be corrected shortly but in the meantime, please direct all inquirys to the email address. [email protected]
Many thanks from someone who hates dealing in cyberspace.
 

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I went to his seminar last winter - here in Texas - and it was well done! I learned a lot about the dogs we run and best of all.... how to run them. Dave is a great teacher and I would highly recommend his seminar to anyone!
 

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Thanks to a fellow RTFer, Dave's website information about the Workshop has been restored.
Enjoy.
 

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:D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D

I love frequent flyer miles! Now to find a "car."
 

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FOM said:
:D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D

I love frequent flyer miles! Now to find a "car."
Why do you need a Car? What happened to your Thumb? :lol:
 

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love2hunt aka terry a said:
FOM said:
:D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D

I love frequent flyer miles! Now to find a "car."
Why do you need a Car? What happened to your Thumb? :lol:
Bullet doesn't have a thumb! :wink: Figured we would never make it in time, so going with a rental car! :D

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Angie B said:
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Try "Hotwire.com"
They do have the best price!

Angie
Yes they do! I saved $40 over all other places - travelocity, orbitz, priceline, direct to the rental company! $40 isn't that much but it will put gas in the tank!

Now a hotel? Anyone got any recommendations? Of course got to allow dogs :wink:

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There are four B&Bs in Fayetville, where Dave lives and two hotels - where you would want to stay without a loaded pistol under your pillow-in Columbus. It's about 20 miles away.
I'll be sending price ranges, dog friendliness, internet access, whatever. and contact info to all attendees tomorrow,or at the latest Wednesday.
The most fun place will be the cheapest, 'cause that's where the workers will be staying!
 

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Lowest priced decent hotel is:
Country Hearth Inn
979.732.6293
$58 - $68 plus tax
pets $10 for 3 night stay
high speed internet connections (some wireless, some cable)
microwaves and 'fridge in rooms
continental breakfast
small block of rooms reserved for Workshop
 
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