ScaupHunter wrote:I am much younger than you are and would not try that with a dog in tow.
Note : I did not say I would not try it.
God protects fools and the innocent. The dog was the innocent one by the way.
Well said, scaup! You're right though, having my girl with me complicated the whole thing. I'd have to gain a few feet, reach down and help her, then throw her up to the next level.
I guess that's why I was not nervous as I was more worried about her than me. She was a trooper, though!
Everyone paid way more attention to her than me. I told some other people where I posted it that a FD Lt gave me a ride back to my vehicle when it was over. As I am starting to leave he says "Wait a minute. Let me get a picture. I say ok and go to stand by him and he says "No, not you. Your dog!"