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May 14, 2011 7:19 AM CST
Name: Jay
northeastern New Mexico
Zone 5b, in the foothills @ 7100'
No, they probably won't be competing in agility; there's really very little happening in organized dog stuff out here in NM. But it gives us something to do w/them & pits are great athletes who love agility. My older dog also has had double knee surgery, so too many big jumps are probably not a good idea. We're hoping the new pup will get Delta Society certified at some point, so that she can do nursing home visits, among other things. So she's learning about... getting baths. Which she thinks is a terrible idea! Hilarious!

Got the last of the 'maters in yesterday, all of the peppers, and the herbs. The temps dipped down to 28º this morning, so I'm very thankful again for those wallo waters. Hurray! Also got the cilantro, basil, & burnett in the ground, surrounded them w/water filled milk jugs & covered w/a blanket. Hope they survived the night!
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