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Old 08-09-2013, 12:41 PM   #1
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Standard Equipment?



Saw this today on the coast of Maine- Too funny-


Mom and Dad were gone for breakfast-


Two beautiful, older, 75 lb, Golden Retrievers



It just can't get any better than this-

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Just glad they weren't St Bernard's.
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The owners better check all the rocker switches up on the dash.
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When we had Gascap (18lb Hemingway pterodactyl cat) his favorite place was on dash either sitting still or going down the road. We learned very early on with having the coach and the cat to put covers over all the switches. The very first night he opened the genny bay. Another time he started the genny while we were sleeping.
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We have a 50 pound cattle dog that considers the dash his private territory. Either driving or sitting parked, he's there.
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