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Posted By wesessiah,
Jun 2, 2013 at 11:03 PM
Otis Eugene and Hailey Marie
Yes we use to have Rotti's years ago,,, now I think I will stay with the JR's . So much personality.. when they say something is in there,,, they are 100% right...what noses!
Two beautiful dogs there!
Rausch Creek is a private (pay to play) off road park in central PA just north of Harrisburg. It is built on an old coal strip mine. There is lots of residual coal in the area. I thought clay mud was nasty, but this muck takes the cake, especially when it gets matted into a long haired dog.
I live in CT now but grew up in south central PA, about an hour south of Rausch. We were down there playing with some friends and their big rigs.
Link to slideshow of pics:
2009 trip: http://s23.photobucket.com/user/Mustash29/slideshow/Rausch%20Creek%20Sept%2009
2011 trip: http://s23.photobucket.com/user/Mustash29/slideshow/Rausch%20Creek%202011
Interesting slide show. You guys have to be 1/2 nutz. Thanks for the explanation.
Now back to critters...
Is that a Bull Mastiff? I know there's a variety... Those are beautiful dogs... Looks like loads of personality there
Taos is a 4yr old Heeler/Aus Shepard Mix, at 29lbs small for both breeds but a runner for sure
I know the type- you can feel that dog's energy coming right through the computer screen!
You sure he is not part Tasmanian Devil?
The Pic of us running was in the middle of one of my Training Runs(30miles that day) getting ready for the 50mile Ultra at Dances With Dirt. It has become a yearly ritual, either the 50k or 50 Mi race depending on how I feel that year, She usually will do the last 15-20 with me.
Bet Taos loves the Frisbee.
Amazingly she prefers sticks over almost any toy.
English Mastiff. About 165 pounds. Lots of muscle. Big baby.
She used to run at amazingly fast speeds when she was younger. Sounded and looked just like a race horse. Not so good at stopping though and would crash into and knock people over.
They don't have long lives and this may be her last Summer.
That's sad about her longevity. We had two Rotti's.. they lived to only be around 8-9 years old.. It goes fast...
I love it . . . mainly because there is so much truth here.
Our most recent cat adoption was Dwight "Ike" Eisenhower . . . came home one day to find my wife with Ike . . . turned out she was at the shelter and found that Ike was the only cat left from this litter (including his Mom) who was not adopted since he had a recurring eye infection that weeped and left him blind in one eye. According to the folks at the shelter, Ike was very playful and loving, but everyone who came didn't like the way he looked and wouldn't play with him.
Me . . . I like Ike. Great cat. Very playful and loving . . . and appreciative.
All good karma when your doing things like that..
Sooky the camo pit mix
Hard to spot!
awesome dog Osage! Took me about a minute to spot him in that pic. I def see the pit in him but what's he mixed with?
Thanks! -Think she's mixed with greyhound. Runs very fast after the squirrels but can't turn at all with a pit chest. Loves going up logs after them. (hint)
I couldnt find him until the hint. Thats crazy!
I found her before, but you should put in glowing eyes on her like in the movie Predator. She is that well camouflaged.
Shhhhhh! I see her up there....