Temporary assignment in the NW.

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For most of you who have been around awhile you know this old dusty dog resides in the beautiful desert climate of New Mexico. It is a wonderful place to hang your tags... Anyway, my employer has sent me on a training assignment in Oregon... talk about "change in the weather". Anyone here reside in this neck of the woods? And if so, would you be interested in a cup of java and a milk bone at one of these MANY coffee shops up here????

Head tiltin'...

The Dog

-- The Dog (dogdesert@hotmail.com), October 14, 2001


The reason I ask is that there seems to be no one on this forum in the general vicinity of my homestead except for Al-d and I really do not need religous counseling at this time. I would like to at some point put a face with a "voice" of some of the posters here I have discussed and argued with for over 2 years...

I was a little leary of posting this on the troll infested forum, as would most of you.

Deedah, thanks again for this...

watchin' the sky...

The Dog

-- The Dog (dogdesert@hotmail.com), October 14, 2001.

Hey doggie! If you are going up to Oregon via Southern California, then I would love to have coffee with you. Perhaps Carlos and Barry can also join us. >^..^<

-- (cin@cin.cin), October 14, 2001.

Hey Cin,

Unfortunately I am already here in Portland. I will be here until December.

Oh well...

loungin' on the porch...

The Dog

-- The Dog (dogdesert@hotmail.com), October 14, 2001.

All you folks must be in other places...

watchin' it rain..

The Dog

-- The Dog (dogdesert@hotmail.com), October 16, 2001.

Well Dog, if I fold the map just right I'm right next door.

-- Uncle Deedah (unkeeD@yahoo.com), October 16, 2001.

Unk... LMAO... too damn funny...

Now if you could just fold the continent that easy, I would take lunch and go have a crab sandwich at Ft. Walton beach...

sniffin' at the hard, pinchy thing... (snip)

The Dog

-- The Dog (dogdesert@hotmail.com), October 16, 2001.

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