Old 07-22-2015, 03:34 PM
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Originally Posted by Monocacy View Post
Quick dog story - I took Shar on a weekend-long disc golf road trip. We started at 8:00am and played until dark, hitting three courses on the way. Towards the end of the day Shar started slowing down, so I thought she was tired.

Nope, she just needed to poop. Once that was done (and I picked up after her, of course), she started running crazy-dog circles. After 12 hours of disc golf. Up and down hills. In July.

I wish I had that kind of energy . . .
She even had plenty of energy to wear out Smokey so he could show how good he is when he's tired!
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Old 07-22-2015, 04:04 PM
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Originally Posted by tbird888 View Post
She even had plenty of energy to wear out Smokey so he could show how good he is when he's tired!
Tired dog = good dog. Smokey, even not tired, = cool dog. I still laugh when I picture how muddy they got.
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Old 07-23-2015, 12:25 AM
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Nice thread. Zamboni spent pretty much every summer day of 2014 on the course I built during that period (see sig). When I'd get in the truck to drive to the course she would leap up 4 times her height into the 1 ton dually truck and shiver with excitement, her stare riveted to the road ahead as we made the short drive to the course. Once we'd arrive, I wouldn't see her much, except off in the distance, or I hear lots of rustling in the bushes as she visits her favorite spots spread all over more than 40 acres. In September of last year she made her last visit there, as we were walking home she decided for one last chase of a pickup instead of the usual chipmunk and that did not end well.

At matches on the course, when she could spare the time between adventures, she would check out the action on the teepads and watch the discs fly off into the distance.

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