Hiker Shoots Off-Leash Dog

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Re: Hiker Shoots Off-Leash Dog

Post by ker0uac »

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Re: Hiker Shoots Off-Leash Dog

Post by mountainute »

Hi Keruac,

condolences on your father's passing. I only met him once on a meet over a campfire in the dark (which is to say, I'm not a close acquaintance). wishing you all the best.

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Re: Hiker Shoots Off-Leash Dog

Post by ker0uac »

Also, today an offleash dog without an owner in sight came over to bother me and my dog while we were having a moment at the summit. But, I'm happy to inform I did not shoot it. I should get a medal.
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