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Detector Nationals

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Posted over 5 years ago

 

Who all is going to Colorado Springs this year?  It would be a good opportunity to meet some of our fellow link members.

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  I'd like to go, but I'm not going to make it this year. It's a little too far away and we're hosting our regional patrol trial three weeks later. I hope they have a good trial and maybe next year it will be a little closer.

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I have never heard of the Detector Nationals, do you have more info on it?


Thanks

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Go to USPCA.com or type United States Police Canine Association in your browser. It will tell you all about the Detector Nationals.


Beyond fatigue lies compensatory hypertrophy

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Ahhh DFrost, are you sure the US Personal Chef Organization is holding a detector National??  LOL  .... The link is http://www.uspcak9.com/   But some of those recipes on the US Personal Chef Organization sound damn good! LOL

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Kilo5 says ...



Ahhh DFrost, are you sure the US Personal Chef Organization is holding a detector National??  LOL  .... The link is http://www.uspcak9.com/   But some of those recipes on the US Personal Chef Organization sound damn good! LOL



 


 


 


Yeah, I always mess that up. That's why I suggested typing the name by spelling it out. Well unless of course the OP is looking to become a Chef.


Beyond fatigue lies compensatory hypertrophy