Muahaha!

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  1. AgilityPup

    AgilityPup Agility freak!

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    (not sure where to post this, lol)

    Mom and Dad did the first layer of yellow on our contact equipment this morning, and when I went out to check on it to see if it was dry, I realized they'd spilled a little yellow on my GREEN table... So after putting the last layer of yellow on the contact zones I went to fix the spill...

    This is how I ended up fixing it....

    Before:
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    Ignore the giant pictures, bad quality and Zombie dogs.

    After:
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    Improvement, yes?

    And just to show, here's my teeter, which is the same colour as my dogwalk (and what my a-frame will be once it's delivered and painted):
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    I LOVE IT. Next step? Move it into the field.
     
  2. AgilityPup

    AgilityPup Agility freak!

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    Ps. Painting on a hay floor like that is not recommended lol. It was tricky.
     
  3. Paige

    Paige Let it be

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    It looks great! I'm jealous of your set up.
     
  4. AgilityPup

    AgilityPup Agility freak!

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    Thanks! I'm pretty stoked to get it out into the field... Squeee!
     
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    Love the green!
     

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