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Well, my husband is a real bourbon guy, so...we wouldn't get either of those!

He's a big fan of Buffalo Trace Distillery and loves nearly everything they make (although ironically NOT their namesake Buffalo Trace bourbon - for "entry level" he'll take Ancient Age, please!), as well as a heck of a lot of other bourbons, too. Today we went with Old Grandad Bonded - he doesn't care for regular Old Grandad, but the Bonded is apparently good. He was tempted by a bottle of the Old Forester Prohibition Style, but he just had one of those last month.

We actually took a trip to Kentucky a few years ago just to tour distilleries and drink bourbon...well, he and my brother-in-law drank bourbon, my sister-in-law and I enjoyed the tours and ate a lot of great food. We had a really good time. I very much enjoyed the area around Louisville. Lovely, lovely place.
I don't know much about bourbon but I do like Jack Daniels...but it doesn't like me LOL.

This whole part of the country is gorgeous; middle to eastern TN and up into KY...hills, mountains, lakes, rivers, we love it especially in the fall when the colors change.
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You y”all went to Louisville and didn’t stop by ? wow , Ali , Kadin , I guess we know where we rate

Louisville is a neat place , We would go down there once a year to eat at the Kingfish , right on the Ohio River , love to watch the barges going down the river .

Btw , that is where Kadin came from just east of Louisville
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Well, my husband is a real bourbon guy, so...we wouldn't get either of those!

He's a big fan of Buffalo Trace Distillery and loves nearly everything they make (although ironically NOT their namesake Buffalo Trace bourbon - for "entry level" he'll take Ancient Age, please!), as well as a heck of a lot of other bourbons, too. Today we went with Old Grandad Bonded - he doesn't care for regular Old Grandad, but the Bonded is apparently good. He was tempted by a bottle of the Old Forester Prohibition Style, but he just had one of those last month.

We actually took a trip to Kentucky a few years ago just to tour distilleries and drink bourbon...well, he and my brother-in-law drank bourbon, my sister-in-law and I enjoyed the tours and ate a lot of great food. We had a really good time. I very much enjoyed the area around Louisville. Lovely, lovely place.
Ah...Ha........no wonder you get headaches MC....closet drinker!!
So quit sneak'in the Bourbon...OK...you are cured!
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You y”all went to Louisville and didn’t stop by ? wow , Ali , Kadin , I guess we know where we rate

Louisville is a neat place , We would go down there once a year to eat at the Kingfish , right on the Ohio River , love to watch the barges going down the river .

Btw , that is where Kadin came from just east of Louisville
This was a few years ago...before we "knew" each other! Next time...

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I don't actually like boubon, and sadly, gave up my wine and hard cider a few years ago, just in case they affected my migraines...boo! No alcohol for MC. Some days I really miss that nice glass of cabernet with my steak, let me tell you!


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Yeah, I thought that about the German Shepherd too...and some of the other dogs they listed also may have contributed to ACDS. He really doesn't seem to have GSD in his build either. Also they seem to have found ACD in both sides of his family (though I don't really know if they are differentiating between one side and the other. But there is a higher percentage than you would expect if only one parent was an ACD.)
Boy, I'll say he doesn't have a present day German Shepherd build---but back towards where the ACDS were being established--turn of the last century--they were not nearly as long and low as they are today. I'd vote for the Australian Shepherd--the breed as we know it today is an American breed but it came to the US with Basque sheep herders and while you'd get a little more size with an Aussie (the top of the ACDL standard for males is 20 inches--top of the Aussie is 24")--but the standards here are both AKC and I don't like that the top of the Australian standard is for ACDS. Aussie could very well account for the longer coat and wavy is allowed but straight is preferred and I can tell you that the outer coat on a good Aussie is harsh, very waterproof and definitely all weather. And the show coats you see today are recent--the dogs working for Ranch titles are smaller and much less hairy) Collie would also add size but it would have had to be much earlier collie--todays collie's are identified by that long narrow head.

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There is no doubt but what his coat is not like a ACD coat...it is longer, wirier and wavy. And then there is his size, though he seems to have leveled out at about 60 lbs and 24-25 inches in height, so that's not too far off. I have had several people who seem to know a little, remark that he has the longest ACD coat they've ever seen, though.
See above--also neither Collies nor German Shepherd had coats as long as they are today--back in the day...

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But the OB trainer we worked with a little, who raises and shows collies (rough and smooth) big time and is involved in the herding sport, said she thought we'd have no trouble calling him an ACD to get a PAL certificate. And I would think she's seen a wide variety of dogs in the herding group.
I don't think so either. If you use the picture you had here you can't tell with no background what size he is. There are a lot of oversized ACDS and a lot of oversized Aussies around and I know of an Aussie with a PAL who was easily the size of an adult male Doberman (around 26"--but looked bigger because of the coat--could almost have passed for a Bernese except for the docked tail) I'd assume that behind them both was something taller--GSD, Alsation which was also around as the French version of the GSD and the French insist is a different breed. The collies.

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The one thing I must say about him is that he's got a cattle dog mouth and he knows how to use it (cattle dog fashion, not the way I'D prefer he does.) We're working on it and there is still incremental improvement, but I think it will be something to emphasize all of his life.
I was successful eliminating the problem of biting because I got the Aussie at 10 weeks--by that time he'd probably learned from both his mother and his sister--the breeding was keeping her--not to be biting hard! At least not if you weren't a sheep or a cow. (Aussies aren't supposed to bite geese if they are herding them). ACDS were bred to be tougher than the cattle they were herding--and from what I've been able to gather from breeders and literature--they were pretty much exclusively used for driving cattle.

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We figured on the Cattle Dog part, for sure, but putting together the other pieces to the puzzle? It's still a mystery, of course, but sorta fun to speculate.
Yeah it is--I think the original stud book (the Australian one) was closed earlier than the Australian Shepherd one was. But AKC moved the ACDS out of the miscellaneous group several years before the Australian Shepherd was. The ACDS were accepted for registration n May 1980 and eligible to be shown in September of 1980. The Aussie lingered in Miscellaneous because the Australian Shepherd Club of America was fighting tooth and nail to stop the AKC from enrolling the Aussie--They had, had their own registry and closed stud book for years but the working dog side of the group feared that entry in AKC would split the breed (as it has a good many breeds) into show and working.

Yeah, I definitely can get into this kind of speculation...

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Boy, I'll say he doesn't have a present day German Shepherd build---but back towards where the ACDS were being established--turn of the last century--they were not nearly as long and low as they are today. I'd vote for the Australian Shepherd--the breed as we know it today is an American breed but it came to the US with Basque sheep herders and while you'd get a little more size with an Aussie (the top of the ACDL standard for males is 20 inches--top of the Aussie is 24")--but the standards here are both AKC and I don't like that the top of the Australian standard is for ACDS. Aussie could very well account for the longer coat and wavy is allowed but straight is preferred and I can tell you that the outer coat on a good Aussie is harsh, very waterproof and definitely all weather. And the show coats you see today are recent--the dogs working for Ranch titles are smaller and much less hairy)
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Collie would also add size but it would have had to be much earlier collie--todays collie's are identified by that long narrow head.
There's definitely no Collie head there. Though I gather the Collie was one of the founding breeds.

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See above--also neither Collies nor German Shepherd had coats as long as they are today--back in the day...

I don't think so either. If you use the picture you had here you can't tell with no background what size he is. There are a lot of oversized ACDS and a lot of oversized Aussies around and I know of an Aussie with a PAL who was easily the size of an adult male Doberman (around 26"--but looked bigger because of the coat--could almost have passed for a Bernese except for the docked tail) I'd assume that behind them both was something taller--GSD, Alsation which was also around as the French version of the GSD and the French insist is a different breed. The collies.
The docked tail.....as far as I can tell, his tail is naturally short...maybe. At least, he doesn't appear to have a scar, but that might not mean anything, I know.

I gather even the AS sometimes has to have his tail docked for show because it's not quite the right length, but the ACD is supposed to have a tail? And that ranchers sometimes dock the tail because they think it makes for less trouble in a working dog??

Anyway, if I went for a PAL, would I have to explain the tail to them? (As in tell them his tail has been docked.)

Or would they just assume it is because he's been a working dog?

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I was successful eliminating the problem of biting because I got the Aussie at 10 weeks--by that time he'd probably learned from both his mother and his sister--the breeding was keeping her--not to be biting hard! At least not if you weren't a sheep or a cow. (Aussies aren't supposed to bite geese if they are herding them). ACDS were bred to be tougher than the cattle they were herding--and from what I've been able to gather from breeders and literature--they were pretty much exclusively used for driving cattle.
Yes, the biting is SO much fun. I hate to tell people he bites because that sounds like he's vicious (and he's biting just for the fun of it ) but it sure is more than a nip.

Our agility teacher's heart dog was a Belgian Shepherd (just recently, at age 13, they brought her to the vet because she had seemed just a little "off", and got a sudden diagnosis of cancer. She was so down and out by the next day they decided to put her to sleep right then--with no time to prepare emotionally. The teacher had to hold back the tears telling us about that.) Anyway, she ran/runs other dogs as well. She said she used to come back from training with her hands black and blue, and even showed us a scar or two (minor, but still...) Anyway, she gets the biting thing, TG.

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Yeah it is--I think the original stud book (the Australian one) was closed earlier than the Australian Shepherd one was. But AKC moved the ACDS out of the miscellaneous group several years before the Australian Shepherd was. The ACDS were accepted for registration n May 1980 and eligible to be shown in September of 1980. The Aussie lingered in Miscellaneous because the Australian Shepherd Club of America was fighting tooth and nail to stop the AKC from enrolling the Aussie--They had, had their own registry and closed stud book for years but the working dog side of the group feared that entry in AKC would split the breed (as it has a good many breeds) into show and working.

Yeah, I definitely can get into this kind of speculation...

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We've been pretty much telling anyone who asks that he's a ACD/AS mix. Whereupon they look confused and say, "I thought he was a blue heeler". So that's as far as I go with it. Maybe I'll just tell them he's a Stumpy Tail Cattle Dog (yes, it's a real breed, for all you non-AB readers [though, do they come in tricolor?]) and see if they want to take it further. LOL
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I wish I'd had a camera nearby.

HDD came charging into the house and apparently stepped on the cat on the way in. At least I heard a MRRROWWWW! And when I looked over Trip was chasing HDD around the room batting at him. Poor Hairy had to hide behind me to protect himself.

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HDD came charging into the house and apparently stepped on the cat on the way in. At least I heard a MRRROWWWW! And when I looked over Trip was chasing HDD around the room batting at him. Poor Hairy had to hide behind me to protect himself.

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6-7 , that is one thing I refuse to do =. Drywall ! Any forum of it ! My dad built many , many new stick homes , I would get stuck having to help him do the drywall , I was a lot taller then him and he would set the scaffolding for his hight , which meet that I was at a great disadvantage trying to hold up a 16 footer while he screwed it . He would get very Pizzed off at me , lol when we built our house , he asked if we were going to hang it , I looked at him and laughed , I had already called Huff’s at New Pal to do the job

The dang it moment for this morning ! We went to Wal Mart this morning , left at 7 am , before all tube idiots go there , as we were driving by Marshall’s , there sat , in there barn lot a Bell , 206 Jet Ranger spray chopper ! Dang it dang it , dang it !

They must have sprayed yesterday on one of there other farms about 5 miles away , as I sat out on the patio last night with the kiddos and never seen any action around here .

another pretty’s morning here , nice breeze, temps not bad either .

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Good Morning Peeps!

It's such a beautiful day!

Not humid and not raining.

This is my first day off in 12 days! Yee Haw!

I am feeling rather frisky!

Everyone's chickens are just fine. Though, Frank seems to get lost inside the coop in the mornings.

What's for lunch?

Porcupine meatballs, tator salad and something else for supper tonight.
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Beau leaving to spot prime drywall mud soon...over @ Andrew's basement.
- I put myself thru school (since 16 y/o), being a painter in factories
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6-7 , that is one thing I refuse to do =. Drywall ! Any forum of it ! My dad built many , many new stick homes , I would get stuck having to help him do the drywall , I was a lot taller then him and he would set the scaffolding for his hight , which meet that I was at a great disadvantage trying to hold up a 16 footer while he screwed it . He would get very Pizzed off at me , lol when we built our house , he asked if we were going to hang it , I looked at him and laughed , I had already called Huff’s at New Pal to do the job

The dang it moment for this morning ! We went to Wal Mart this morning , left at 7 am , before all tube idiots go there , as we were driving by Marshall’s , there sat , in there barn lot a Bell , 206 Jet Ranger spray chopper ! Dang it dang it , dang it !

They must have sprayed yesterday on one of there other farms about 5 miles away , as I sat out on the patio last night with the kiddos and never seen any action around here .

another pretty’s morning here , nice breeze, temps not bad either .

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What do you mean about "poor Harold"? Trip is the one that got squashed! I am glad that Trip kicked Harry to behind a chair.

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What do you mean about "poor Harold"? Trip is the one that got squashed! I am glad that Trip kicked Harry to behind a chair.

Dumb. Cat should have got out Harold’s way ! Luck for Trip that dog , dog only got his paw ! Harold go for the tail next time
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OK, Fox is given to National Enquirer-like headlines, but I suppose I would find this a bit of a shock if I came across it in my yard.

"WATCH: Manatee shocks man when it comes ashore to munch on grass"

https://www.foxnews.com/us/florida-m...e-eating-grass
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Are Cuz Di and I going to get pics of Baby Bear?

Purr...

Sorry U 2 cuz LADIES...

Beau has been suspended from my photo hosting site / I must of loaded a Democrats/Liberal joke...and offended the Marxist "free-speech" controls.
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Spot priming done, part day #12.
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Beau has been suspended from my photo hosting site / I must of loaded a Democrats/Liberal joke...and offended the Marxist "free-speech" controls.
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Back with JJ & Andrew, tomorrow @ 9:00 am // looks like I'm talking to myself...
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Just dropping by to say Hi! And to make sure SP isn't causing a ruckus.

Hi B67

And now I have to go to trim ferret toenails.
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Just dropping by to say Hi! And to make sure SP isn't causing a ruckus.

Hi B67

And now I have to go to trim ferret toenails.
MEL - U such a GRINDER.
- nighty night, lone friend

SP - must be still looking for Frank...hen house lost or MIA ?

MEL - I wouldn't call us the Lone WOLF, because we hope Frank / never met her fate with Doc's transplanted coyote...that read maps.
- Larry trying hard & sleepy
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OK, Fox is given to National Enquirer-like headlines, but I suppose I would find this a bit of a shock if I came across it in my yard.

"WATCH: Manatee shocks man when it comes ashore to munch on grass"

https://www.foxnews.com/us/florida-m...e-eating-grass
Now that’s a fish story
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