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Discussion in 'Hacks' started by PackMule, Dec 20, 2007.
^^^ that, is cool.
Made me laugh as Sunday rides (every ride actually) are considered "Church" days.
Spent today and about 100 miles and 4 hours at "Church". Went out through some of my favorite roads to the Illinois River just north of Tahlequah, OK along what I call the "River Road". Part of the TAT too btw.
Sometimes a particular monkey "requests" the RexSpecs are to be removed at every break. Sometimes the same monkey sneaks his off during the ride so he may nap in a more comfortable position.
This cartoon also reminded me of "Lockjaw" from the Marvel comics--
We went through there this summer, while on the TAT
Did you go by here?
Hi Cat, I enjoyed reading your trip report when you went through Oklahoma.
Not familiar with the buildling. Is it one of the rafting resorts on the Illinois River?
Certainly is a very awesome road along the river - one of my favorites!
Never have visits to the bank been so much fun. Good reason to detour 70 miles to a different branch. Especially putting money in and the bank giving dog cookies back. About 5 ladies came out to see the dogs.
EASILY one of the best parts of "Hacks-n-Pups" is the pure joy that is shown on folk's faces. Dog's love the pets too!
Come on fellas. I want to see more of your pups! Can't be the only guy out exploring with the pup-pups!
Short ride out to the water intake pond at Lake Hudson, OK for the city of Tulsa. Then out to the prairies...
Trying out a new dog bed/mat in the hack. Works great, water proof, tough cover, combo high/low density foam and less than $25 delivered! The small size fits/squeezes perfectly into the Ural tub!
Poor ratings are from people who actually believe that any bed can be chew proof - LOL.
Showing the tub with pad in place and a 6L and 10L MSR Dromedary water bladder plus 1000cc Nalgene bottle in nose.
Ok here is one of Woody and my daughters Corgi, Fast Eddie. I baby sat Eddie for a week. This is the closest we got to a ride.
We tried before with the Zook, he crawled under the seat and went to sleep. Not sure if he was scared or just sleepy.
Woody is a pro, he's been riding since he was 8 weeks old.
Love them Corgis
Trying out remote posting. Outside Afton OK.
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In your photos I always have noticed that the smaller dog is always looking at you when snapping the photo while the larger dog usually is not. Now this post shows it's not just you. The little one likes mugging for all cameras