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 Post subject: New Bay Pen
 Post Posted: Tue May 19, 2009 6:38 pm 
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Well we finally got the new bay pen up, and the first of two holding pens up.
A little more work and they will be fully FUNctional. :D
Which is a good thing because we have pups that are at that stage.

We have been rearranging everything here at Bayed Blue and gearing up
to build the new kennels. The plan is for an above ground kennels system complete with
it's own septic system. This will be a slow process because of work schedules and the expense of metal. Anyway I`ll up date with pictures once there is something worth showing :)) I was just excited about the Bay Pen being up.. :-BD

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 Post subject: Re: New Bay Pen
 Post Posted: Tue May 19, 2009 6:39 pm 
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OH and y'all know this means new pictures before to long of pups in training :D :D

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 Post subject: Re: New Bay Pen
 Post Posted: Thu May 21, 2009 10:49 pm 
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Too bad I've not learned how to weld pipes yet or else I would volunteer. I do know how to do MIG welding though. Only problem I've found about MIG is that it's not 100% waterproof but is a very strong welding method...heck, they use that method to fix bulldozers so it's gotta be a strong weld or else, the front loader part won't be able to do the job!


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 Post subject: Re: New Bay Pen
 Post Posted: Sun May 24, 2009 1:39 pm 
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Thanks Ted but no worries...my hubby is one of those men that can & does do it all :D

We got the final holding pen up and are fully operational with the Bay pen !
We do not host or hold competitions here at the house because ..well it's my home and
I don't want to! :p
But we do enjoy helping Lacy owners and giving their Lacys a chance to learn, train & grow as hog dogs. Plus we do train & work dogs for others.
The days we train & have room for extras I`ll post it up so if anyone is needing/wanting help or just a chance to work their dogs, you can shoot me an email or give us a call :)

I`ll try to get some pics up later today ...Mike is so proud 8-| he is such a man :))

~Mis

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