Seminar in Plymouth, MA


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Beautiful day for sightseeing.

Yesterday, I conducted a seminar in Plymouth, MA and we were able to do some sightseeing prior to it.  This was my first time in this area and it was beautiful to say the least.

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Abby, “Mom, that looks like a giant kibble”

Before starting my seminar, I took Abby for a walk so she can socialize with people, and see new things.  Yes, she was very interested in the giant kibble.

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Abby, “Hello everybody.” Abby greeted everybody with lots of enthusiasm.

I conduct seminars mostly from home, but I also choose outdoor places depending on: subject matter, weather, amount of people, etc.  The day was gorgeous.

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Abby, “This is how a dog should meet people, with all paws on terra firma.”

The four people in my seminar had specific questions, therefore I tailored our time together to answer questions that pertained to barking, walking, meeting a dog properly and avoiding a bite from such dog, senior dogs, etc.  Abby, of course, was my assistant.  After I finished my session with them, we walked back to our car, we were getting hungry, to head home and rewarded ourselves by having a delicious dinner.  How was your weekend?

6 responses to “Seminar in Plymouth, MA

  1. Mr. FE and I got married in the park across the street from Plymouth Rock. I spend my childhood summers on White Horse Beach in Plymouth. We live a good distance away, but it will always be a great place for us to visit. So much history! Happy to hear that you had a wonderful time visiting Plymouth on your seminar! 🙂

  2. Sounds like a fun and successful weekend and you’re right…it DOES look like a giant kibble! 😉

    • Thanks. It occurred to me because I saw Abby way too interested in the giant kibble. Dogs, they are such comedians and they always make me laugh.

  3. how great that you could see the place where our ancestors did the first steps on a new continent… it’s on my bucket list too… but it probably was easier for the pilgrimates to cross the big pond than for me :o)

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