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rlrjamy wrote:Bruno update 9 months and 105 pounds.
He's getting harder to lift and hold onto while Im weighing him.
So a friend of mine who will be turning 50 next year.... and wants to do a demanding hike...knowing her I knew it was gonna be a challenge. I know I probably won't be able to keep up with her so maybe you'd like to join me on this hike instead. Its only 120 miles with xx,xxx elevation gain. Of course I couldn't say no because....she can kick by butt. ...I'll need to start training pretty hard....know any tough hikes in Tucson. ;)fricknaley wrote:Ooohhh....can I come?
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Really glad to hear he's improving! I could have been driving a really nice car given the money I spent on my Lab... Instead, my vet is driving it.