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NWBuck

A "Queen" moves on...

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Yesterday I went out to let the dogs run, and found Queen, my faithful hunting partner of the past 11 years, had died peacefully in her kennel over night.

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I thought of burying her on a hillside overlooking a creek bottom where she'd pointed so many birds for me in her lifetime, but ultimately decided I wanted her a little closer to home, so I chose a quiet spot in the grove behind our house. And while faith plays a big part in our lives, somehow this seemed like a more appropriate grave sight marker than the traditional cross.

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Rest in peace old girl...you've taught the next generation well!

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All Hail the 'Queen'!

Our thoughts are with you NWBuck! You and Queen had a great career together! Those moments shall never be erased.

Godspeed on your journey Queen!

Ken

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Thanks for sharing NWBuck. Sounds like she was a great dog.

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Sorry to hear about your "queen". Thoughts are with you, and the tailfeathers are very appropriate.

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Sorry to hear about your "queen" thoughts are with you.

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It will be impossible to remember all the good times.... The tail feathers are very cool and a special remider.

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I hate to hear when a hunting partner passes on...consider yourself very lucky to have had so many successful seasons together! Thoughts are with you!

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sorry for your lose. its never easy. when ever you feel down just think about the good times you had together. thoughts and prairies are with you

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sorry for your lose. its never easy. when ever you feel down just think about the good times you had together. thoughts and Paris are with you

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Sorry for the loss of your hunting companion. It is tough to go through.

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She was certainly a beauty. Sorry you lost her so young.

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