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Old 10-29-2021, 09:19 AM   #15
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Old 11-01-2021, 07:58 PM   #16
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Here's mine helping out with the preflight checklist. I keep telling her that it's not necessary to ensure that the dash is secure but she insists!
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Angus Vom Haus Drage (RIP) doing dash duty in the old Bay Star. There was a thread on “dogs on the dash“ a couple years ago, got fairly heated, so I had to post this just to add a little levity. It didn't exactly lighten things up as expected...
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Angus Vom Haus Drage (RIP) doing dash duty in the old Bay Star.
As long as Angus wasn't doing dog duty ON the dash I guess that would be okay.
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As long as Angus wasn't doing dog duty ON the dash I guess that would be okay.
Isn't that supposed to be dog doody?
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As long as Angus wasn't doing dog duty ON the dash I guess that would be okay.
Yeah he was on the dash - all 105lbs of him. We came back from an hour or so of Mexican Train (dominos) and drinks with new found friends next door and there he was on the dash keeping an eye out. Ever vigil Angus was. Sometimes a bit too much.
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Isn't that supposed to be dog doody?
We always hope not - so far so good.....
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