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  • Re: What is the popular Dog breed for eggers?

    Our 8 y.o. German wirehaired pointer and my 16 yo daughters recently acquired red-fox lab service dog in training.  Will only have him until 18 months old.


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  • Re: OT - Camera Recommendations

    After many months of ponderance, researching, etc. over purchasing a camera, I finally settled on the S110.  It takes very nice photos and has allowed me to do some learning because of the ability to make manual control changes.  I really wanted to get the superb photos provided by a dslr, but in the end I had to realize that I was never going to carry the thing often enough to have it when I needed it.  The S110 rides in my pocket happily and is always at the ready whether I am backpacking or at wedding.  It does have a rather poor battery life.


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  • Re: What is the popular Dog breed for eggers?

    German Wirehaired Pointer.  8 years old, still acts like she is two and she loves Lake Huron (actually any body of water except the bathtub).


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  • Re: What's your occupation?

    Occupational therapist based in the pre-K through grade 12 school setting.  Work with kids with disabilities.  I do not find people jobs, as many assume based on the career title.  But hopefully they develop skills and functionality that allows them to perform better in school and improve their employability once out of school.

    Prior to my career change, I worked as a research scientist at a place called the Institute of Wood Research, located on Michigan's Keeweenaw peninsula in the Upper Peninsula.  Boy do I miss living up there!  Being a Yooper is in my blood.  Now I'm just a troll living in the lower peninsula below the bridge  (Mackinac Bridge).
  • Re: Don't miss out on this great opportunity! *New Members & Lurkers are welcome too!

    Done!
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