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Post by steamdrivenandy on Mon Apr 11, 2016 5:14 pm

2006 Horizons Unlimited Innovation 1

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Re: My first motorhome

Post by daisy mae on Mon Apr 11, 2016 10:37 pm

Very nice too, I see you have a brown Beadie ? do you have  Patterdales  in them,?

My girl is a brown,  the rescue is a slate.
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Post by steamdrivenandy on Mon Apr 11, 2016 11:01 pm

Ah, that pic was taken in 2008 or so when we'd lost our first slate boy Joshie and were left with a young dark slate boy Jack and our Rosie who was a fawn. She went to the bridge about three years ago and we now have Pippin who is a 2 year old brown and Jack who is not far off 11 now.

Both our current beardies are Breaksea's, with Jack being of the litter that Gill named after Rolling Stone's songs. He's Breaksea Jumpin' Jack Flash and as he had a very noticeable white flash on his head as a pup and was photographed bouncing shoulder high at Crufts just as the judge turned away, he sort of lived up to his name. Ironic really when I was at senior school with Ron Wood who was in the year above me and in the same school choir before he left to go to art school. A very early girlfriend of his was in my class and was killed in a road accident on the way to a gig he was playing at when we were in the 5th Year.
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Re: My first motorhome

Post by maxnewbie on Wed Apr 13, 2016 11:49 am

love teh dog guard outside of the tent
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Re: My first motorhome

Post by steamdrivenandy on Wed Apr 13, 2016 3:02 pm

It's a puppy pen that folds flat. As long as it has a few angles in it it will stand upright. If you look closely at the avatar pic you'll see it covers from by the passenger door, around the perimeter of the sunshade to where one of our dog crates forms another wall.

It was very useful as a fence for the Motorhome verandah and is now doing service penning Margot and Barbara, my daughter's hens, when necessary.
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