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Re: Seriously, the dog did it.
Reply #3 - Jul 8th, 2018 at 6:23pm
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Bummer about the plane...had to smile at the dog's picture.... Definitely a "Who Me!" look! Grin Wink

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Re: Seriously, the dog did it.
Reply #2 - Jul 8th, 2018 at 2:42pm
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This is a great classic cartoon from 'The Far Side'. What do dogs really understand from what we say? or for that matter - the evil cat?
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Re: Seriously, the dog did it.
Reply #1 - Jul 8th, 2018 at 9:46am
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Now that's a "who me"? face if I've ever seen one. My cat tries the same trick.
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Seriously, the dog did it.
Jul 8th, 2018 at 8:57am
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Finally- a rare cool, calm, sunny day on the weekend, after first cutting so there are a few good meadows to fly in. I get my coffee down and load my best flier up to go play. I get it wedged into the truck, turn my back for 2 seconds, and my best friend decides he wants to go too. They both won't fit in the same seat!

Herr had a pretty good spar-fuse joint, but it's not up to having a 70 pound Aussie load testing it. The rest of the wing held up pretty good, save for a crinkled wingtip. I think I can fix it with a glue syringe through the cover.

He got a stern talking to, but how can you resist that face?
  

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