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... Keith is the alternate for the team, but his dog is the "white dog" for the small height which means he gets to run the course before the competition starts so that people can check how it runs. Keith has done some stunning runs, but it is his reaction to that which is memorable. Such a nice man who is just stoked at having the opportunity to try out these courses.
Hmmm, and today is about the food - tho if I am running a dog in 5 weeks time, ...
... 8217;t. They ask something about an appointment (I think; it was in Italian) and I hand over the name of the dentist I was told who worked here and reportedly spoke English.
One of the woman gets a form – standard first admission I guess – and beckons me to follow.
We go downstairs, spiral ones to boot, and she beckons a chair and says something like ‘a moment’.
I wait about 4-5 minutes and she returns, and in English ...
Well today was all about agility. Biathlon jumpers in the morning judged by Allan, and individual gamblers in the afternoon. The agility was just absolutely amazing. The skills that different people show is out of this world. There was a very tricky gamble that many dogs/handlers didn't really know how to handle, and some people decided not to attempt it, and just get as many opening points as possible. But, those who could handle it - magnifico! There is such a great ...
Following the disappointment of the last site, which we forgot to mention, en-route to we had stopped at a Decathlon store and later discovered they had double charged us for a bike tyre, so you can only imagine the anger going through our heads coupled with the poor site facilities oh and constant call of crickets which we had also forgot to mention! We arrived ...
... stone, a room full of marquetry work in wooden seats that line the front of the church depicting everyone from Jesus and Mary to Apostles to Saints. There must have been 50 of these seats where the choir sat. They were unreal.
My favorite part of the monastery that was so wonderful was where the monks lived and were hermits. You walked out into a courtyard that had these little brick houses connected to the back side of an arcade (see this for pictures ...