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Marking a milestone.

In 2006 you were gracious enough to run a photo taken in southern Michigan of Rainy Rivers Deuces Wild, aka "Deuce," then a 20-month-old Large Munsterlander.

As with all things, time moves along and here we are in 2015. Enclosed is a photo of Deuce, work-hardened and wiser, looking to the horizon on the endless prairie in the high plains of the Rosebud Native American Reservation in central South Dakota, home of the Lakota/Sioux tribes. The locals call the rock outcropping in the background "Medicine Rock" and tribal ceremonies are held there.

While hunted "lightly," Deuce determinedly covered nearly 57 miles of open country in a little over two days in search of sharptails and prairie grouse. We once again would appreciate it if GUN DOG would honor our hunting companion and friend.

Patrick A. Sexton

Parma, Michigan

Happy to do so, Patrick!--The Editors

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Title Annotation:Letters: From Our Readers
Author:Sexton, Patrick A.
Publication:Gun Dog
Article Type:Letter to the editor
Date:Jun 1, 2015
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