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Gill

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This should get the ball rolling, Trev.

Yours

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Thanks, Gill - excellent, excellent. 8)

When I get a round tuit I'll have a go at following Asleitch's tutorial for posting pics - then put up my GSD, and the previous one, and the previous one, and the previous one.........love 'em. :wink:

Anybody else got a dog or dogs?

Cheers, Trev.
 

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Araldite? :shock: :? :lol:

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Here's another for you Trev - my dog, Aoife:



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Neil,

Was that taken in Leitrim / Sligo?
The Dartry mountains? With Glencar lake behind?

Rgds

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I recognise the Sligo mountain, can't remember the name but it's near Strandhill. I am sure Noely has the name right :wink:
 

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It is taken on Streedagh Strand near Grange, Co. Sligo. The water behind is the estuary which lies between the strand and the mainland. The mountain behind is the wonderful Benbulben - it looks a bit squashed as the photo was taken down at ground level to fit a very small puppy in!

It is one of my favourite places :D

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Yes CYC and Neil,

God's country, as I'm sure you'll agree.
Nice pup by the way.

Rgds

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Here's my workshop companion, Poppy, she's nearly 3 now.

Clearly a "now what's he doing" expression!


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These are our (well, the wife's really) Yorkies..


Brandy (left) and Whiskey(right) ( affectionately known as Chicken-Legs and Fat-Boy :lol: )

Chicken-legs helping our youngest to eat her chocolate mousse..


Fat-Boy after eating sand + sawdust!! :?


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Now this is more like it. I have nothing against cats but I'd never want to have one. Plus Katie here would not be too pleased if we did.


Rookie, mine has a good line in "what is he doing now" looks too. And by bizarre coincidence my wife is called Poppy. Spooky that.

Katie is of course banned from the garage when I'm making a mess and swearing in there. Her tail is a one dog destruction zone at the best of times so you can imagine how much sawdust gets kicked up by it, not to mention things getting bashed off the lower shelves. She just gets too excited.
 

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Bryn Is no longer with me, he now lies under a apple tree in the garden.



He used to nod off in that postion and fall over, quite funny.
Seen him jumping over a six foot fencing panel when one of the bitches in the street was on heat



Never kept him in the house as he was from working dog stock Beagle/Spaniel always kept him in a nestbox in the shed during winter and a kennel with a nestbox Summertime.
Had no worries of the workshop being burgled then

BRYN 1993-2000
 

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This is Samwise, so named because he loves the garden. :lol:

And before anyone comments the look is distinguished not going grey :wink:
 

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Well Samwise now has a companion. She has not made it out to the workshop yet, I think the LOML would kill me if she did at the moment :shock:

This is Iona with the toy cat from LOMLs study :roll:
 

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Awwwwwwwwwww, cute. </hopelessly girlie reaction> (Sorry)

Ooo, I can just see that little'un making friends with some sawdust. Padauk, say. Or ebony... Purpleheart... A coat of many colours :twisted:

Cheers, Alf
 
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