I request many pets.
I'll answer your first question right off the bat: No, I'm not Kyle's dog. But he does love me (kind of). See?
I am the utterly spoiled pupper of our venue coordinator Morgan and our tractor driver/bartender/general handyman Eric. I live with my best friend and fearless leader Summit and my favorite person in the whole world: my tiny human Wakelin. And I spend most of my days sleeping on the couch, snagging table scraps from the baby, and enduring embarrassing photoshoot after embarrassing photoshoot.
Now I'll get to your second and third questions: Yes, I look like a boy dog, but I'm a girl (no matter how many times Kyle says otherwise)! And I have no idea what breed I am. I came up on a rescue bus from South Carolina when I was just a teeny pup. At about three years old now, I've since grown into my ears, but not my nose.
Best we can figure, I'm a little lab, a little boxer, and a little German shepherd. We know I'm for sure a lab in personality though, 'cause I'm a lover, a VERY loud barker, and I cannot stay out of any body of water larger than a postage stamp.
I love visiting with you guys every Monday, even though I'm not always the most cooperative when it comes to posing for my photos. Why should I sit around and do what they want when there are things to smell, goats to herd, and squirrels to chase? I LOVE the farm - there are good doggy things to do here - and I'll be coming back every Monday to show you my tricks and fill you in on what's happening on the farm.
Thanks for getting to know me a little better! If you have any doggo buddies, drop their photo in the comments - I love meeting new friends. Gotta go for now...it looks like they're setting up for a buffet...
3/24/2020 03:00:05 am
They are positioned outside the scope of the four bases or the infield square. The right fielder should stand closest to the first base
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