We’re here training for a couple of weeks at Cliff and Helen Romain’s in Kentucky. The grass is green, the trees are blooming and it’s feeling a whole bunch like spring. Yesterday we did 2 land set ups. The young dogs ran singles, the older dogs did doubles and triples. Nothing too challenging just yet. Just enough to stretch out some legs after the long trip and get accustomed to the warmer weather (it went up to 80 degrees yesterday). Today we’re in the midst of a great big thunderstorm, so I have a chance to do some computer work and Autumn gets to come inside and cower. She seems to be the only one bothered by the storm. Mark parked the trailer inside the building and he’s out there doing some equipment maintenance to the wingers and bumper boys, getting ready for more training. The storm is supposed to pass and cool things down a bit, so we’ll get back at it later on. I did a bit of obedience yesterday. Autumn learned about lonnnnng go-outs. All the dogs enjoyed splashing around in the ponds after training.