• Houston

    Welcome to the forum..Q is a lovely lady. Thanks for sharing all your pictures.


  • Welcome to the forum, Q is lovely, thanks for the pics


  • Helena like you i wish there were more Basenji get togethers in the UK. Like you say if you dont show there is nothing. This forum is invaluable for advice and friendship.

  • Houston

    Double post, sorrry


  • Welcome from another Wisconsinite. Q is a a great looking b/w. I have to agree with the like chips you just can't stop at one.;)


  • @Patty:

    Welcome from the UK. What a pretty girl Q is.

    You are all so lucky that you have Basenji clubs where you can meet up regularly. It must be a great comfort for newer owners too, toget plenty of advice.

    In the UK we only have 3 Basenji clubs and they are all mainly concerned with showing. Their meetings 2 - 3 times a year are at venues well over 100 miles from us. There is very rarely anything apart from the shows and so others who don't show have very little opportunity to socialise and get to know each other. Thart's what makes this forum so interesting.

    100 miles would be nice!:rolleyes: I'm driving about 150 miles just to eat lunch with our club this weekend. I'm a bit away from the nexus of basenji activity around Chicago so I usually have to drive about 3-4 h at least to do anything. But it's worth it.


  • You've heard the joke about one difference between Brits and Americans?

    Americans think 100 years is a long time, and Brits think 100 miles is a long way. 🙂

    My friend Jane told me this joke when I was trying to get her to drive 3 hours from London to Wales on a whim, and it made her very nervous.

    -Nicole


  • @Nemo:

    100 miles would be nice!:rolleyes: I'm driving about 150 miles just to eat lunch with our club this weekend. I'm a bit away from the nexus of basenji activity around Chicago so I usually have to drive about 3-4 h at least to do anything. But it's worth it.

    In my case 3-4 hours would be nice. Here where I live it is 2.5 hrs to Liyah's breeders and then another 6-9 hours to anywhere there was a major (NY - PA) last year. I'd LOVE 3-4 hrs. :D:D:D


  • @nkjvcjs:

    You've heard the joke about one difference between Brits and Americans?

    Americans think 100 years is a long time, and Brits think 100 miles is a long way. 🙂

    My friend Jane told me this joke when I was trying to get her to drive 3 hours from London to Wales on a whim, and it made her very nervous.

    -Nicole

    LOL - that is good!


  • @renaultf1:

    In my case 3-4 hours would be nice. Here where I live it is 2.5 hrs to Liyah's breeders and then another 6-9 hours to anywhere there was a major (NY - PA) last year. I'd LOVE 3-4 hrs. :D:D:D

    Yeah, I hear you. For majors it's a different story. Unless I'm really lucky at the two regional specialities (which I'm pretty fortunate to have easy access to) every other major will be a 6+ drive. Lure coursing will probably be worse! :rolleyes:

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