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ChildoftheMist Posted on: 04-Mar-2018, 03:49 PM

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Has anyone used a Pet Convincer to train dogs? It uses canned air to make a "swoosh" sound dogs don't like, and they are supposed to stop annoying or harmful behavior when they hear it. My one-year old pup keeps "tagging" our older dog who is NOT amused, and she has a few other bad habits that need to stop. I heard of the Pet Convincer, but I'm not convinced yet.
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ChildoftheMist Posted on: 20-Feb-2017, 04:30 PM

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I just "re-found" it online--not many stations though. I am grateful for my app and for Celtic Radio.
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ChildoftheMist Posted on: 05-May-2016, 05:20 PM

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I very much enjoy having an app that lets me listen on my smartphone and tablet. I've used it a great deal since it became available--anyone else?
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ChildoftheMist Posted on: 18-Mar-2016, 06:06 PM

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ChildoftheMist Posted on: 22-Mar-2015, 02:07 PM

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ChildoftheMist Posted on: 26-Oct-2014, 06:15 PM

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QUOTE (CelticRadio @ 26-Oct-2014, 07:02 PM)
All fixed. Thanks for letting us know and enjoy the free download!

Also, you never know how long these free promotions are for, so best to download right now if you want this album,

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Thank you and downloaded!
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ChildoftheMist Posted on: 17-Mar-2014, 09:33 PM

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Thank you!!!!
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ChildoftheMist Posted on: 19-Jun-2013, 02:20 PM

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Has anyone attended the Kentucky Renaissance Festival? We missed Glasgow, Kentucky's Highland Games, and I WANT to go somewhere!
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ChildoftheMist Posted on: 19-Jun-2013, 01:49 PM

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When is this? I'm guessing it's in Dublin, Ohio, but I'm not familiar with that area.
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ChildoftheMist Posted on: 03-Feb-2013, 10:43 AM

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QUOTE (CelticRose @ 28-Jan-2004, 02:47 PM)
I am reading The Fiery Cross by Diana Gabaldon. It is the fifth book of her series. Although she is mistakenly put in the category of "romance" writer and I have her in the Historical romance thread. She is really a fiction writer who writes about historical events and puts a fictional love story within the books. I know in her first book she was not very accurate in her dealings with Scottish history, having never stepped foot in Scotland before she wrote her first book, Outlander. She actually wrote the novel for fun and never intended for it to take off like it did! She was a researcher at the University of Arizona for many years has since been to Scotland and has done a lot of research since and even wrote several books to the Outlander series. The main characters have left Scotland after the battle of Culloden and have been in the states dealing with other matters, such as the Revolutionary War. I am particularly interested in this period as my 3rd great-grandfather and some great uncles of mine fought in this war.

So what about you?

I'm re-reading the series...again. I broke down and bought the Kindle collection recently, so I'm starting all over with Outlander and hoping to be done when the new book comes out this year. Since my first name is Clair and my husband was called Jamie as a boy, I bonded with these characters like no others--that and my ancestor fought in the militia in Carolinas, so I feel that maybe he could have encountered Jamie and Claire during the Revolution. Now if she just works in a story about Fishing Creek or Steele's Fort, I will be certain. angel_not.gif
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ChildoftheMist Posted on: 14-Dec-2011, 08:59 PM

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I think we just wait for Paul to say the word--then the first poster to respond is the winner, I assume.
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ChildoftheMist Posted on: 19-Nov-2007, 08:50 PM

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I forgot to mention, Lincoln State Park is in Southern Indiana, approximately 1 to 1-1/2 hours from Evansville, Indiana (or west of Louisville, about the same distance).
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ChildoftheMist Posted on: 19-Nov-2007, 08:48 PM

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I don't know any details, but for the Lincoln Bicentennnial at Lincoln State Park this coming May (Mother's Day Weekend), there is supposed to be a Civil War re-enactment. Scouts are having a MAJOR event that weekend, also.
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ChildoftheMist Posted on: 02-Nov-2007, 10:25 PM

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Vincennes, Indiana, has a few re-enactments.

Rendezvous takes place Memorial Day weekend, and has grown through the years. It's a wonderful fun time focusing on Revolutionary War re-enactments.

In September, a Civil War re-enactment takes place on the same ground (Spirit of Vincennes coordinates all of these). It's not as big, but they're only in the 3rd year or so.

Muster on the Wabash is this weekend, at Fort Knox II just north of Vincennes. William Henry Harrison and Tecumseh usually "go at it."

We don't have any Renaissance Festivals in the area, but I do wish we did.
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ChildoftheMist Posted on: 02-Nov-2007, 10:15 PM

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Thank you for the warm welcome--
I need to start looking around, now.
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ChildoftheMist Posted on: 02-Nov-2007, 06:59 AM

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I am a LONG time listener who realized I would never win any of those wonderful CDs if I didn't post. I used to post at one board but didn't like all the hateful postings, so I guess that's why I've been hesitant to jump in here.

I love bagpipes and Gaelic music--I fixed my own ringtones for my cell and my son's using "What's Left of the Flag." Believe me, THAT one gets attention.

Like most of the population in my area, I have Scot-Irish ancestry. I'm a genealogy buff, and when I learned that a longer second toe is supposedly a genetic characteristic passed on by Scots, I was on the computer e-mailing all my cousins to take off their socks and check their toes.
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