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In Seniors at the Bryan/College station hunt test this weekend. YAY!!!!!!! Only need one more.
the land section in the morning was easy enough. Sam's blind was excellent/one whistle. the water in the afternoon was the hardest we've done in a test and we had more difficulty. I had to handle on one of the marks, and he ran right OVER the blind. (I'll bet I remember check down whistles in the future). Had to call him partially back, and then there was more maneuvering to get him back to the blind, and I thought we might have failed. It still may have been close, but a pass is a pass.

YAY!!!!!!!!!! One more, and I'll be glad!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



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