Growing up I remember people complaining about dogs ruining the windowsills. The nails, the dirt- etc. Well, our dogs were ruining our windowsills too- soooo... yesterday Mike covered the wood in Copper. Today it looks shiny and pretty, later it will be- what do we call it? Patina. I hope it looks really cool in the long run.
Meet Phoebe. She is such a beautiful and sweet girl and I feel very lucky to have her as part of our family. She is currently being shown by my friend, Jan Williams, and has begun her quest for the championship.
Congratulations to Anita and Mason on their new title! They completed the title with two 1st places and a 4th place. Now on to Intermediate! Good Luck Anita and Mason, we are routing for you and many more successes!
|1st RN leg- Ch. Mason and Anita- 1st place|
|2nd RN leg- Ch. Mason and Anita- 1st place|
To avoid this:
|2" diameter stone base|
|Stable grid showing the cells. Water drains, but stone stays in place|
|The grids interlock easily.|
|gravel base seen on the right. Stable grid in the middle. Pea gravel fill on left.|
Finally we filled that with pea gravel The stable grid has open bottoms for drainage, but the plastic cells keep the gravel from migrating around the yard. The non-porous materials keep the smells down.
|Stones being put on top of stable grid|
|Done! The plastic is a product call Kennel Deck and it is just something extra for them to stand on|
Congratulations Amy and Acadia Teagan Rose, *CDX*, NF. Amy and Teagan earned a score of 193.5 and a 1st Place to complete the title. Amy has had many successes in the obedience ring, and Teagan's new title is just her most recent. Congratulations to Amy and Teagan!
|Acadia Teagan Rose, CDX, NF|