We left Klamath Falls bright and early. We had a long drive ahead of us.
A 17 hour drive to be exact. That prompted Lisa to decide to try and learn the words to Gangnam Style. Both English and Korean. Needless to say I wanted to stab my eyes out.
Picture it with me.
After quick couple of days I was off to the Alberta Field Finals. The wind blew and the cold weather socked us in. Many ways were tried to keep warm. Stormy's Pug was the place to be. Mostly because we could see the trial and the heat was on. My dogs ran mediocre the first day. The second day was a marked improvement Mack won the nursery and Meg was up in the top 12. But because of the first days performance there would be no playing on the finals day. Instead i got to set sheep all day in the cold,wind and rain.
Another quick turn around and off too Coldstream, B.C. for the Alasdair MacRae Clinic. I was so looking forward to this weekend. Apparently so was Craig. He showed all of his worst for Alasdair. I was pretty disappointed in him. I know he can do better. We came home and started working right away. Kristi and I have a little bet going for next year. The clinic was excellent. I am fortunate to get to work with great handlers like Scott Glen and Alasdair MacRae (even if it is only every once in a while).
Lee's place was a nice change.