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Train Gear #7316853 10/17/18 01:15 AM
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Play on words for rain gear. High end rain gear that stays water proof is invaluable. It was 45*F felt like 39*F. Staying dry was key to getting a few hour long training sessions in a "flooded field" today.

Maggie loved it that's for sure. I don't think she's ever run so hard for bumpers






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Re: Train Gear [Re: Aggieduck] #7317073 10/17/18 04:55 AM
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Makes feel bad for staying inside the last few days. Dogs are ready to go!

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