Many thanks to David and Cindy Soppe!!! The Practical Working Clinic this past weekend was a great success!
There were fourteen people in attendance, with three drop by spectators. Pasture gathering, long out runs, shedding, alley and round pen work were all available. Dogs from very experienced to just starting were worked, with lots of ideas and assistance be offered by everyone attending. The Soppe's were very generous with burgers for dinner and breakfast the next morning, and dry camping area for those attending. What more could a member ask for than great weather, working sheep and visiting with fellow handlers. Thank you again for all that you have done, David and Cindy!!
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