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Old 01-11-2020, 12:07 PM
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Those are exceptional!!!

And yes, I am always at fault with a derail. Iím like Amtrakís biggest enemy lol
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But it's a fun type of derailment. Now how about an answer to my off-topic dog question?

Sort of on topic: That wine bottle on the left has a fun story. My daughter is a DPT and a lot of other initials. She had a patient do extensive PT with her for about a year. He owns a vineyard/winery. When his therapy was completed, he created a wine iin her name, and her name's on the bottle.

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That is an amazing tribute. Pt is straight up torture and I consider my therapist from when I hurt my back in high school to have literally saved my life.

And yes, Pete. He is unknown to me. My guess is shepherd, then some Great Dane and some great pyre in there too

He is the biggest lemon but the sweetest dog. And heís impossible. He can crush a door knob in order to turn it to open said door. He has eaten a three week chew in hours......

Basically a dog shaped cow/horse/hog
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We need to see Pete
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We need to see Pete
For a peek, last pic of the first post of this thread.

Iíll put up a few more of this dweeb on Monday when I can get to a PC (stupid Flickr)

Specimen orchids? Lets see your biggest

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They both look like butter wouldn't melt...lol.
Beautiful.
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