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Rick Hall

I suspect Ellie enjoyed a life a great many waterfowlers would envy.  My condolences to all who loved her.

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You gave your Ellie Mae the best life a Lab could have; birds, marsh, hunts, and loving companions. I hope the good memories help heal the empty spot in your heart she left.

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Kemo Sabe

Hi Guys,


I want to thank you all for those really nice, heart felt comments. Like all my previous dogs, Ellie May meant a lot to me. But she was at the top of the all time  list, especially in terms of all the fun we had together. At times, it seemed like she was almost human.


Penny is going to be every bit as good, maybe even a bit better in some aspects. You know, I feel sorry for people who don't have strong feelings and relationships with their dogs. They are such a great part of hunting, and being part of your everyday life. Ellie walked me to the door in the morning when I went to work, and was there waiting for me that night. She would look me in the eye, lick my hand, and then trot off into the next room, with a slow wag in her tail. Damn, I sure loved that dog.


Again, thanks for those wonderful comments guys. They meant a lot to me.    

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Great pictures here. Here are a couple more from my pond. I grow corn here during the summer and flood it around the first of November.





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Last October in Saskatchewan...SelbyLowndes


Sunrise over a frozen stubble field:



Nap time with a limit of mallards after the sun warmed up:



Your truly looking a little rough after a week of duck chasing and a shaving mishap; don't mix razor blades and plavix:


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