Oh, OK, August. You can tell I'm not a farmer, even though our area is agricultural. August is still pretty busy, we usually have a Japanese student that needs ferrying around. Depends when it is, I guess. You could rope me in, I guess.
Post by kimsgerbils on Sept 2, 2007 20:38:03 GMT -8
Hey hey.. I'm in Washington now.. I *was* going through the AGS Gerbil Judge training.. but had to drop out due to a school conflict and no time to finish the training.. Anyways, I'm in the Eastern-Southern part as RitzieAnn knows I'm willing to help out with Washington-related gerbil things.. I'll also hopefully be up in the Vancouver area in November I don't have any gerbils though, nor can I, but I still like to chat with my rodent-family
Post by kimsgerbils on Aug 8, 2009 22:32:46 GMT -8
Hey, I think a NW Show would be great.. Is Amy from Gerbils NW on this forum or not? She's in north-west Oregon and this fall I'm going to be getting some gerbils from her (descendants from my now long-retired lineage she's carrying on).. I was a judge in training for the AGS, but that was a while ago and I didn't complete it due to me not being able to go to any actual shows or practice.. I'd be interested in helping out when I'm in Washington (which is most of the year)
Post by thesqueakywheel on Jul 11, 2011 15:14:52 GMT -8
I'm in Ferndale and I'd be game for a gerbil show. I showed Netherland Dwarf rabbits for 14 years and judged several 4-H shows and had a 4-H club with several small animal projects including pocket pets.
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