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Old Dog, new tricks
« on: November 05, 2014, 02:13:07 PM »

Going to these Moke events isn't just about having egg and bacon cooked for you each morning or going on a drive to get your Moke and ones self covered in dust. These events can be very educational and informative and a place for old Dogs to learn new tricks.

For example Dave G. was observed taking lessons from his small black travelling companion on correct techniques for identifying interesting Mokes and how to give the vehicle a 'Like' in the canine world. Seen here under the astute observation of his mentor, and others, Dave G. is assuming the correct position and technique to ensure maximum 'Like' will cover the rear wheel of his Moke.

Amusing as it was to watch Dave G. under instruction and quite educational for some, it seems later that day Shorty was spotted testing out his technique on a patch of grass or maybe his just Liked that patch of grass. :)


thanks to Mazy for the images
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Re: Old Dog, new tricks
« Reply #1 on: November 05, 2014, 05:36:53 PM »
Bloody Mazy and that camera, Sue toke another pic of me being at one with nature near the dead cow.

If you can not laugh at you self give up.

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