2014 NAPgA Rendy
They would all be intact as they wont yet be 5 months old. Our current breeding bucks are about average size. Though Legions is WAY bigger then his daddy who is just a year older then him. The Does and our previous buck are the ones passing on their size.
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(03-12-2014, 07:02 PM)Dave-Trinity-Farms Wrote: They would all be intact as they wont yet be 5 months old. Our current breeding bucks are about average size. Though Legions is WAY bigger then his daddy who is just a year older then him. The Does and our previous buck are the ones passing on their size.

It'll be interesting to see them !! Tempting, but seems it will be real easy to get 'over goated' . My possible problem will be space on the return trip. Through the summer mine will get a lot of hiking time.

You will soon be able to have some good records on your goats sizes and weights.

I am looking forward to seeing your string, and the kids.


Jake

Mikado, MI
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Talked with the owner of Cascadia Vehicle Tents and he is bringing a couple demos to the rendy. These things are cool.
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That will be interesting to see. I am having an awing put on my van on the offside, that will help a lot.

Something else has come up that may not make the Rendy possible for me, we'll see, I am trying to get as many things taken care of ahead as I can. If, the Rendy cant happen this year then I will be coming out in July to look at several places to be, a couple in ID and probably another in OR. Its all a definite maybe right now. Time will tell.


Jake

Mikado, MI
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You can check them out on their site, cascadiatents.com. After I talked with Bobby Culpepper, the owner, I believe he can do custom work too. He also has the darn cutest little welded goat figures. The largest is the size of an ND. I told him he HAD to bring some of those!
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(03-18-2014, 09:13 AM)deschutes dawn Wrote: You can check them out on their site, cascadiatents.com. After I talked with Bobby Culpepper, the owner, I believe he can do custom work too. He also has the darn cutest little welded goat figures. The largest is the size of an ND. I told him he HAD to bring some of those!

I did go to the site, some good ideas there. With the awning off my van I can camp pretty well in some more space. So we shall see what will be. Summer is coming but I am looking over a 4' drift between here and the tree line. Life does go on.


Jake

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Say, are we doing to need a pass to camp at this location? I know in 2012 you had to have a washington discovery pass to camp.
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I was asked if there was any fees to go to the Rendy. I said I would ask.
Do we have a flier made up that can be printed or emailed around with info?
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I think this is a question for Larry. I'm not sure if I'm the one to do this or not. If so I can try to get what info I have put together and post it somewhere. I don't think you need a pass for this spot-I don't think other groups that use this area are required to have passes. I can check or we can go "oops, didn't know, I'm out of state!"
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I believe its either state or federal parks (or both?) required the discovery passes. What the name of the park again?
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