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A beautiful place to walk Hobbs..

Discussion in 'SBT Pictures' started by Hobbs, Oct 10, 2009.

  1. Thomas

    Thomas Little Dog

    Wow...beautiful...and kind of crazy how much it looks like home...
  2. cher_bear

    cher_bear Good Dog

    it is so nice down on the dykes isnt it.just be careful,a few years back a dog was killed in a trap that a farmer had set for coyotes down there.Hobbs looks fantastic.this fall has been so nice....could not really ask for better weather
  3. Hobbs

    Hobbs Big Dog

    Yes thank-you cher_bear...I am aware of that incident but it's a good reminder for me...he's pretty good about not going down the sides of the dykes...I keep a good eye on him. :)
  4. cher_bear

    cher_bear Good Dog

    that is good. :) actually i asked my husband if he remembered that and he said that it was the dyke in Pitt Meadows at the end of Harris road.You are right,the dog ran off into someones field.the trap was not actually on the dyke

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