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#5558568 - 01/22/15 03:55 PM Misadventure at the Chap
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Registered: 03/01/10
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I had breakfast this morning with 68rustbucket. I did not relate this tale.

In 1996, I had two pointers. a three year old male, and a female pup. We set out for the Chaparral Wildlife management area early one morning. It is somewhere over 100 miles away, so I threw my coleman stove, bacon, eggs, onions and 'taters in the truck along with the dog box in order that I could spend the day out there and have a meal at noon. The pup rode in the cab with me.

The morning went well. We never moved a bird that I know of, but the dogs had a ball running ahead of the truck, and investigating and learning about the great outdoors. About noonish, I chain ganged the dogs in the shade, and took a nap for an hour or so. When I arose, I cooked and ate my meal, then turned the dogs loose to galavant and explore while I cleaned my skillet and put things away.

Nature called. No time to resist. I grabbed for some paper towels and headed into the brush. I remember trying to keep my balance as I repeatedly swatted behind me at whoever or whatever was persisting in coldnosing me.

Back at the truck, I called the dogs in, put Buddy in the crate, and lifted Tess onto my truck seat. To my horror, I discovered, my truck seat, my bare arms and hands, as well as the front of my shirt were, shall we say, contaminated.
I had to ride like that until mercifully, we found a water trough to take a bath in. What a mess.

Another reason to keep your dogs out front of you!

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#5558632 - 01/22/15 04:30 PM Re: Misadventure at the Chap [Re: Pointer]
bill oxner Offline
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WOW!
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#5558842 - 01/22/15 06:14 PM Re: Misadventure at the Chap [Re: Pointer]
68rustbucket Offline
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Registered: 10/21/08
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Loc: San Marcos, TX
rofl

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#5558953 - 01/22/15 06:56 PM Re: Misadventure at the Chap [Re: 68rustbucket]
rowdydog1 Offline
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Registered: 07/08/14
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I think I would have gone to my grave with that story.

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#5559003 - 01/22/15 07:21 PM Re: Misadventure at the Chap [Re: Pointer]
68rustbucket Offline
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Registered: 10/21/08
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I guess that wasn't proper breakfast topic! Thanks

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#5559018 - 01/22/15 07:29 PM Re: Misadventure at the Chap [Re: Pointer]
beatarmy Offline
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Registered: 10/01/09
Posts: 369
Loc: dallas
I laughed ouload. My dog has a habit of rolling in ...um...stuff. If I ever have to go in the field I make sure to cover it in a pile of stocks, stones, and brush to prevent such an incident.

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#5559041 - 01/22/15 07:36 PM Re: Misadventure at the Chap [Re: beatarmy]
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roflmao roflmao roflmao
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#5561380 - 01/23/15 10:28 PM Re: Misadventure at the Chap [Re: Pointer]
epp838 Offline
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Registered: 12/09/14
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Loc: DFW, TX
Nice

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