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Old 02-23-2013, 07:17 AM   #1
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Hello there, as i am a new member/rv owner..I have reading and commenting on threads and love the site. so much info. and it brought back a memory i thought i would share...weird and confused..
a couple years ago, before i was even thinking of a rv,before i even knew there such a name for the rv.
I should back up a little more,
I had a man eating biggest headed red nose pit bull ever..( ok, he was really sweet and would come up to a tottal stranger and lick them in the face,wouldnt hurt a fly) but with his big head and short body, I wouldnt get out of the car.
now on with the story, I came home from work one day, I lived in the country with a long gravel driveway. as i approached closer to the house. I seen these too beagles running down the driveway, like they lived there.
I was confused, but its not uncommon to see random dogs out in the country. as i got upto the house, I noticed my pitbull(snickers) wasnt around, we left him outside since, we live in country and he never leaves the porch. I called and called and searched around the property for him. Never found him, Called around. put up posters, Nothing...And the beagles just stayed up close to the house, The wife Came home and seen the dogs, ( fell in love with them big floppy ears of course)....and guess what.
Yes we ended up keeping the Two beagles..she named them Minnie and Winnie..Just thought it was a story to share...
To this day i have no idea what happin to snickers..maybe someone came down the unmarked gravel and was going to drop the two females off, one still had nipples like she just got done nursing, and they havent dried up yet. and minnie looked as if she was winnies daughter. so maybe someone went to drop them off, turned around in my driveway. noticed noone was home and took my dog in replace?? i really have no idea but thats the story, hope you enjoyed. Im sure i could have made it shorter,but what fun would that be
hope everyone has a great & productive day!!

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Old 02-23-2013, 12:12 PM   #2
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