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That little guy in the back sure looks guilty as sin. You do have a lot of room to let them roam, that's for sure. That is a risk you must realize you take, I'm sure you know.
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That little guy in the back sure looks guilty as sin. You do have a lot of room to let them roam, that's for sure. That is a risk you must realize you take, I'm sure you know.
Yeah I know about the risk. One neighbor's older German Shepard disappeared about a month ago. and another neighbor loses a barn cat every now and than.

Yellow one is male named Y.D. (yellow dog) and the brindle is female named Sassy.

YD carries on a naming tradition that included...OD - other dog and RD - red dog

We just couldn't come up with a two letter name that matched the brindle so went with her attitude which was pretty sassy.
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Nice that they are back Steve. Maybe put a camera on them to see where they go lol.

Beautiful weekend but more rain coming early next week.
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Nice that they are back Steve. Maybe put a camera on them to see where they go lol.
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The harness may only be ~$40, but you'd have to come up with $250+ to get one or more GoPro cams, though... Hey, it might be fun.
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The harness may only be ~$40, but you'd have to come up with $250+ to get one or more GoPro cams, though... Hey, it might be fun.
Interesting idea but the harness has pretty crappy reviews.

I have been considering one of the GPS trackers.
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You can half way decent GoPro knockoffs for around $50 or so on Amazon (sport cameras), leaves more $$ for a better harness . . .

Just sayin'
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Just what you need; the dog's view of chasing an elk or a deer.
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Just what you need; the dog's view of chasing an elk or a deer.
Or more likely....sniffing each other's butts and eating cow poop.
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How can one NOT thank that comment?
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Or more likely....sniffing each other's butts and eating cow poop.
And, there goes my lunch . . . .

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See above, lol.
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Just informed there are 2 confirmed coronavirus cases in Show Low.
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Just informed there are 2 confirmed coronavirus cases in Show Low.
Source? The two 'confirmed' cases in the Round Valley have been disproved.

This panic is bullpucky.
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Source? The two 'confirmed' cases in the Round Valley have been disproved.

This panic is bullpucky.
Got it from a cop, trying to get a hold of him to verify his source.
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Arizona declared a state of emergency yesterday.

https://www.phoenixnewtimes.com/news...virus-11456074
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Gov. Douchey is all over it.
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Gov. Douchey is all over it.
Sure he is....like a cheap suit
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No confirmed cases in Navajo nor Apache counties:

https://www.wmicentral.com/community...26af1ab23.html

However, the LDS church has cancelled, well church. Grocery stores in Taylor and the Show Low area are experiencing higher volumes of shoppers, and yes, no toilet paper. But they are now moving on to canned goods, etc. Rumors have abounded. As I said, there were supposedly two cases in Round Valley. Nope. These two confirmed cases in Show Low? No confirmation. Rumored that Snowflake-Taylor schools were to close. Not confirmed.

No 'riots' as of yet. From my semi-confirmable sources (APIII% AZ facebook) many more shortages in the valley.

Otherwise, looks to be a nice day shaping up, the rain may be over for a day or three.

On a personal level though, it is pretty eerie to feel like you're walking through the opening scenes in a post-apocalyptic movie/novel to see more folks in the stores and the emptying shelves. Because, you've watched/read enough of them to know what usually comes next . . . .

Stay safe brothers and sisters. But mostly stay smart and informed and do NOT panic.
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Now we have a presumptive case for Navajo County. Sounds like the person was up on the Navajo rez and may already be over the sickness. At least the contagious part.

https://www.wmicentral.com/first-con...f4f7379b1.html
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Now we have a presumptive case for Navajo County. Sounds like the person was up on the Navajo rez and may already be over the sickness. At least the contagious part.

https://www.wmicentral.com/first-con...f4f7379b1.html
Copy that, heard around noon via mass email sent at work. WMI has an updated scoop on it:

https://www.wmicentral.com/covid-19/...e9fa1b851.html

Topping off the charge on all the rechargeables and going through all the security stuff right now. Ah, the familiar sound of "Alert Zone 1... Alert Zone 1". Hopefully, I get some practice in with the drone while I am... working from home.

Dont forget... we got weather coming in too. Rain/snow tomorrow.
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Actually, seems like the snow's been moved off to tomorrow . . .
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