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Have you missed some of my latest guests on the Off Course Agility podcast.

Lorrie Reynolds - my first guest of 2021
https://anchor.fm/offcourse/episodes/Lorrie-Reynolds-from-Colorado-ep1cer

Lisa Schmidt - Lisa was my last guest of 2020
https://anchor.fm/offcourse/episodes/Lisa-Schmit-and-In-The-Zone-Agility-enbuak

Terry Todesco - does more CPE but has done NADAC too
https://anchor.fm/offcourse/episodes/Terry-Todesco-from-Maryland-en4qc7
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General Discussion / Feb 2021 Trials in FL
« Last post by MarieWebb on January 18, 2021, 07:22:27 PM »
When will the premium for the mid February trials in FL be posted?

Thanks,
Marie Webb
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General Discussion / Re: PVC Jump Plans
« Last post by Marcy Matties on January 18, 2021, 12:45:22 PM »
I just find the glue stops working after like two years. Not sure what to do about that. Im tempted to just try like E6000 instead of pvc glue. Anyone experimented with other glues?

I found with glue, they end up breaking as well.  I have gone with self tapping screws to hold them together.  I screw them only for the uprights, not the feel.  Just as an FYI, I also screw in my pex tubing for hoops to save on the amount I use.

When Odie was young I screwed in my pex because he thought they were great play toys and would remove them from the base and chew them into pieces!  ;D ;D
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General Discussion / Re: PVC Jump Plans
« Last post by Audri, Cee Cee, Lily, Toto, and Calypso on January 18, 2021, 11:08:43 AM »
I just find the glue stops working after like two years. Not sure what to do about that. Im tempted to just try like E6000 instead of pvc glue. Anyone experimented with other glues?

I found with glue, they end up breaking as well.  I have gone with self tapping screws to hold them together.  I screw them only for the uprights, not the feel.  Just as an FYI, I also screw in my pex tubing for hoops to save on the amount I use. 
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Trials / Re: Tails Up Agility, Chesapeake, VA, 27-28 FEB 2021 Premium Available
« Last post by Chris Chapman on January 17, 2021, 02:51:55 PM »
UPDATE:  Karen Hough of Blue Ridge, VA will be our judge.
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General Discussion / Re: PVC Jump Plans
« Last post by ricbonner on January 16, 2021, 08:39:45 PM »
Also, I recommend using a ratcheting PVC cutter to make cuts.  There is no mess, cuts are cleaner, and for me its faster than any hand saw.  A cheap one is only about $15.
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General Discussion / Re: PVC Jump Plans
« Last post by ricbonner on January 16, 2021, 08:33:22 PM »
Drilling a weep hole in the bottom can allow any water that enters to escape before it freezes or starts to grow things.
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General Discussion / Re: PVC Jump Plans
« Last post by Edraith on January 16, 2021, 07:03:40 PM »
I just find the glue stops working after like two years. Not sure what to do about that. Im tempted to just try like E6000 instead of pvc glue. Anyone experimented with other glues?
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General Discussion / Re: Yearly Survey
« Last post by ljahans on January 16, 2021, 05:47:18 PM »
Just something to think about, but it might be nice to add some new games.  If we have Gamblers maybe we could add snooker, power and speed or some other ones.

LeeAnn
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General Discussion / Yearly Survey
« Last post by Amanda Nelson on January 16, 2021, 02:46:16 PM »
Hey All!

We've got our yearly survey up and running.

This survey lets us know how we've done the previous year, and gives you the opportunity to give us any other feedback you may have.
This year there is also a vote that you can participate in with regards to some class options for the future.

Thanks everyone!

https://form.jotform.com/210156519547053
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