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Discussion in 'Hacks' started by PackMule, Dec 20, 2007.
Good on both of you. Look forward to years of great companionship just don't expect to take your rig any where without him or her without getting a ration of s*$t. Brother he or she owns you now!
Jack and Buck
Seat has never even been installed. From day one a doggie platform went in with a rubberized pad for paw friendly, secure footing. Most common greeting I get when I show up with an empty tub is, "Where's Molly?" Also, with a light weight sidecar both the platform and doggie make good ballast.
Mid 80's here in south Alabama now. Annie needed to feel the wind blowing through her hair!
You've posted pics of Annie before and I could never really tell what breed or mix she might be. Here's a good one--
Is she a long-haired Jack?
I was told when I got her, she was a mix of long haired Jack Russel and Yorkie. She is very mild mannered, not hyper or strong willed at all. She sits in shooting houses hunting for hours, rides 4 wheeler, tractors and absolutely loves the grandkids. The best friend I have ever had. Goes everywhere I do without complaints. Almost gets sick the few times I do have to leave home without her.
My favorite picture of all time of Annie. She was 7 weeks here and came into the living room with her bowl. "Like, see it's empty, let's get a refill"..
I don't care if military dogs and cop dogs wear these, you said we were going for a ride, that's the only reason I have this pink abomination on...that and the girls think it's cute.
Signs of the times!
After near three months of getting Joshy used to the noise of the motor running in the yard .
His first small ride today.
He still don't like the engine noise, but we will get there .
Ready to ride
Hey Pops....that is a fantastic photo.....I love his hey look at me...."I'm really cool" look. Like your outfit as well. I need to get back in the shop and do some work on mine. Translated but really means I'm jealous.
Sure can't let Buck see that pic or I will really be paying.
Jack and Buck
Cheers, Jack and buck.
A stray dog,we locked in the front yard. Until the owner could be found today.
As soon as I opened the rear gate ,Joshy rushed past me. And leaps into the sidecar seat .Not worried about the stranger.
No way was he moving.
Brilliant shot Ian.
I love how you are bringing that dog back to its true self.
Nice! I think he is saying "don't even think about it....this is my ride"
Btw about the engine noise....I was worried that could be a deal breaker for Buck. Over time he has gotten completely over it. Now any time any where, when he hears the sound of a loud bike his ears perk up and he keeps looking as if he is waiting for a visit.
Now I should mention that several of my friends have err need I say a bit to loud bikes but they always come equipped with milk bones and Buck is most happy to see them.
Keep up the good work as the results are sure worth it.
Jack and Buck
Yes he barks the whole time he's a Coonhound
I had a Black and Tan Coonhound that knew he was not supposed to chase my motorcycle. I was riding a dirt bike with castor oil premix so I probably wasn't too hard to follow. I had ridden several miles and was taking a break and pretty soon I could hear Clem baying off in the distance. I waited listening to him get closer and closer. His nose was better than his eyesight and he was surprised when he finally saw me. It was hard to get mad at him. I miss that dog and the great sounds he used to make.
Flattening the curve!