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Old 28-05-2007, 05:37   #1
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Introducing "Ranger" the Search and Rescue Dog!

After his orientation/training cruise aboard KnottyBuoyz II this summer he'll be ready for re-assignment (Mid-August) anywhere in the world. If you're interested in accommodating Ranger aboard your vessel for a couple of weeks leave your names here and we'll coordinate the logistics. The idea is to document his travels and adventures as part of the Cruisers Forum extended family.

A few words of caution before accepting the responsibility to accommodate Ranger onboard your vessel. Ranger has been know to be a bit of a hound dawg when it comes to the ladies, so be forewarned. He also has developed a likening for daily rations of grog in his dog dish and can display some unacceptible behavior if he's denied his daily ration. Other than that he travels well. He hopes to assemble a collection of pins (souvenir) during his travels.
Yours Aye! Rick
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Old 28-05-2007, 10:39   #2
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Great idea Rick. I will be happy to take my turn at care and feeding.
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The bunch of folks over at BMYC has a sailing dog mascot.

And they take turns taking care of the it. And have photos taken with every trip the mascot takes to every member who takes care of him.


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