Wednesday, December 22, 2010
Hurry up and wait is the common pace at a pointing breed field trial.
This is just how the sport is. Scheduling conflicts with judges or handlers and lost dogs out on the course are the most common problems with a trial moving along smoothly. You end up expecting a certain number of these.
You learn, after doing this for awhile, to pass the time out away from the rest of the world with good conversation, long walks or a good book.
A good motor home makes down time much easier to handle.
For the holidays, I wanted to make sure each of you had a visual of a meth lab so you can spot them in your neighborhood.