After a bath, I continued trimming trying to even out everything.
Tazz says, bring it on! I love my puppy cut.
I'd video Tazz, but his regular weaves are sorta slow mo so we don't really need to see video for that :)
We had a fun time at the Nunes Agility Field in Turlock this weekend.
Temps got in the high 90's on Saturday, but under the shade was comfortable. We tried hard to enjoy the heat and not complain as we know we don't have too many of these wonderful warm days left.
My toe is still healing, but I'm getting around much better. Laura ran Fin and will run her for the next couple trials. It is good for Fin and good for me.
These are her runs from Sunday. I felt really good about her jumping and mostly she had good structure and function. I did find an early take off from her Jumpers run. It was the second jump in the 4 jump leadout. I included it in the clip above in slow motion. It isn't terrible, but certainly she took 3 strides and jumped a bit early.
Standard was nice and I found no problems (except if you want to talk about the A frame and teeter ... always something to work on!).
Although we missed going to our favorite resturant, we loved being home on Saturday evening and spending time with our husbands.
Next weekend is a "overnighter" up in Woodland. Can't wait.
Big regionals this weekend. Friday was setup and I was in charge of vendors. We had some really amazing vendors this weekend and I made up a nice "avenue of vendors" for the entrance to our trial. I was there about 5 hours on Friday and unfortunately over did it a little.
Went back on Sat, but only stayed for a couple hours as I needed to get the "broken toe" in the air rather than on the ground.
Sunday and Monday Fin was entered and Laura ran her. Sunday, some nice runs, but small mistakes in each run kept her from Q'ing. I felt that each run she seemed to be getting more confident.
Today (monday) Fin seemed to be running alot more confident. In Snooker blind crossed Laura to an off course ended her run early, but she made up for it in Jumpers and Standard. I think her jumping is looking alot better and she seems much more confident.
These runs give me hope for our future. We've got a couple more USDAA trials this month, I will keep her at 12 inch performance and see how she improves each trial.
Fin ended her day with a massage and a nap. Now she is sound asleep on the stairs (one of her favorite places).
Thanks to Laura Pryse who ran her for me. And thanks to all my great friends for all the help this weekend. Seriously good times! (except for the Wasp incident...that, not so much fun...thinking of you both Laurie and Susan!)