Another basenji slave in western PA
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    I was walking Senji, and a woman was driving past. She turned around to ask me if he was a basenji. It turns out she lives about a mile away and has 2 B's…male and female siblings. She said she got them from a breeder in Ohio. I didn't get to talk to her too much...Senji was yankious. Anyway, she told me the street she lives on. I'll have to look her up someday.

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    We live in W PA also, Eau Claire. A small local newspaper / printer office near us … I was surprised when I learned recently the owners had two basenji's; but they just had to put down the older one [due to very bad old age health issues].
    I drive by Jeannette 2x a year on the way to my neurologist's office in Greensburg so I know the whereabouts of the town you live in.

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    @elena86:

    I was walking Senji, and a woman was driving past. She turned around to ask me if he was a basenji. It turns out she lives about a mile away and has 2 B's…male and female siblings. She said she got them from a breeder in Ohio. I didn't get to talk to her too much...Senji was yankious. Anyway, she told me the street she lives on. I'll have to look her up someday.

    Another PA resident here! I live near Mercer, PA. I used to work in Foxburg, but I'm now in Franklin. Eau Claire is such a nice area. I used to take the "scenic route" home from work through your town! Small world ;-)

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    We got Bisa from Rugosa Basenji's near Toledo, OH. She is a FANTASTIC person / breeder!

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    Yes! a very small world! :)

    Aaaah … Rt. 58 W ... yes a nice relaxing drive along it!

    I go to Franklin a lot ... love the Liberty Street antique shop! Can't think of the name of the restaurant on Liberty Street ... but the spaghetti is sure fantastic! :) Also like the French Creek Cafe.

    Yes, it IS a very beautiful drive along the back roads. I love going either 308 N to the Rt. 8N exit to Franklin as well as 38N to Rockland and up to 322 W to get there too. I'm not much for one to be on heavily traveled roads or interstates but do when I need to.

    Have you been to Foxburg lately? If not, stop in and eat at the pizza shop; tell Georgine and Steve that "Marsha" sent ya! <g>I miss the specialty made hot teas and missed being able to eat breakfast at Divani Chocolates; I'll have to stop in their Franklin shop next time I'm up there.</g>

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    I know of a couple in Emlenton who have a Basenji [sadly the oldest passed away recently]. We had a good time swapping 'unique' stories last time I saw them at their business. :p)

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  • What fun to be made on the street that way.

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