SUMMARY: In the dawn of agility
In this post, I mentioned that I started training at Power Paws Agility before they became Power Paws. I couldn't for the life of me remember what Nancy's training name was; I knew that it was something to do with being up in the air on the side of a mountain range-- Highcroft Dog Training? Hillside Dog Training?
Digging through my dusty mental attic for 16-year-old information wasn't working, so I had to ask. And Lo! Nancy actually scanned for me the one piece of paper that she still has from back then:
How cool is that?
What's even more cool is that she's the one who drew all those amazingly cute little dogs. Reminds me again how multitalented and artistic so many agility folks are. We've got people making jewelery, painting, creating 3D critters, knitting, sketching, photographing... fun to see it all.
(BTW, later, when I asked a car full of people what Power Paws was before Power Paws, in unison they came up with "Foothill Dog Training." The Collective Consciousness wins again.)