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Toolguy5

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Posted: 11/02/20 08:41pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

We had a first snow of the season yesterday. Not much but it was coming down. All the roof tops where snow covered this morning.


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We beat you by a couple of weeks, we had our first on Oct 18. But, it was less than yours, just enough to put a slick cover on leaves. Enough that I ended up on my rear [emoticon] I've forgotten how to walk on snow.

I'm not looking forward to being in this stuff all winter. Hope you get the warmer weather we're supposed to have the rest of the week (up to 70 for a high by Sat).

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no snow and no cold weather either. it's still warm like spring weather here. NO frost, the leaves are not turning color. Saving on fire wood haven't needed a fire in the fireplace far. Today has not been a good day. I haven't felt good this whole day. I had 397 emails in my junk. I didn't look at them all to see what was what and deleted all of them at one time. There was an important email from Walmart pharmacy that I should have looked at, but didn't get so much junk mail. OH well I need o get moving so I will close for now wishing everyone a blessed day. BE sure to give the fur babies a hug for me and be sure to tell someone you love them.

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this is going to be my last post for a while. IT's getting hard for me to see and type. I get confused easily and it becomes frustrating trying to make senses of everything going on. SO keep the Old Fella thread going as long as you can, This keeps Fella's spirit alive. IT's been a long run and a very good one. Walter you and Garland take care and thanks for your support through the years. Dr. Doug thanks for always being there when we needed your help and advice. Thank you Sandy for all that you have contributed to the Old Fella cause. Thank you Dan and Lori for giving your heart and home to one of the rescues . Anna was my favorite. Thank you for attending the Old Fella rallies and supporting the cause by traveling across these United States with us for all the rallies in the far out of the way places. And to Charles and Charlotte for all of you support. So many people have made this such an enjoyable adventure. Thanks for all that everyone has done. Here is wishing you a blessed day. Be ure to give the fur babies a hug for me and be sure to tell someone you love them. SO long for a while: Dixie Flyer

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I really wish I had met you in person. Your posts over these many years have not only encouraged me to be more attentive to stray pets it has also done the same for many more. Sending prayers and best wishes for feeling better. God Bless you Richard


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I have so enjoyed this thread, Richard, and what you have done for animals. I am looking to adopt a dog and really wanted a Scottie, which is what Terry wanted. But yesterday I saw a flyer at our park for a long haired dachshund whose elderly owner had died. She's in foster care but can't stay there. She is 13 but has no health issues at the present. I know that makes her an old dog, but she needs a home. And our standard Doxie we had at home lived to be 18! So I have decided to call about her.

God bless you Richard for all you have done for dogs.

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Dale, sounds like a perfect match!!


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dturm wrote:

We beat you by a couple of weeks, we had our first on Oct 18. But, it was less than yours, just enough to put a slick cover on leaves. Enough that I ended up on my rear [emoticon] I've forgotten how to walk on snow.

I'm not looking forward to being in this stuff all winter. Hope you get the warmer weather we're supposed to have the rest of the week (up to 70 for a high by Sat).


We did get the warmer weather. Yesterday was the 4th day in a row we hit 70. It looks like we will have highs in the 70's through Tuesday.

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dturm wrote:

Dale, sounds like a perfect match!!


We agree sounds like a great choice.


Our first Pomaranian was an older dog. I believe she was around 8 or 9 when we adopted her. She was rescued from a woman that had over 50 dogs. The poor girl only had 1 eye and a broken rear leg that was never set and healed the wrong way. She took to my wife immediately. She was so loving.

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Well, it didn't work out with the dog. She is 12 or 13 and her owner was a man. On our walks, she would run to any man she saw thinking that he was her owner. That was sad. She peed in the house multiple times. Panted non stop and kept me up all night. She is being kept by the owner's son and his 11 year old daughter loves Molly, so she will be back in a safe place. Most of all, I didn't realize that I "wasn't ready" for a dog just yet. As if there is such a thing.

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