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Idaho. I brought up the whole post by double clicking left mouse button. Not sure I know how to extract and copy and paste the story only, about three pages. Maybe Brad can help.

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8 hours ago, Idaho Cairns said:

Hills, could you copy and paste--all I was able to come up with was the UK forum sign on page!

Me too!


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What a sweet story... It was worth every effort to retrieve it!? I couldn't help but picture the cute Shetland ponies playing with Pickle, galloping around with Pickle hanging on to their tails with his teeth! I think this story would make a wonderful illustrated children's book. I'm sure a skilled writer could create some additional adventures for Pickle during his year away with the gypsies...

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Yes it was worth it! :lol: 

To be honest the retrieving of it was the easy part, (I thought that would be the hard part) Turns out joining the UK forum was the hard part.

 I had to wait to be accepted, after I was accepted I still couldn't view the pickles post. I decided to enjoy the forum anyway and went to the new members section to introduced myself on a post, I had never been on a forum like that before so it took me a little while to figure it out.

I came back to this forum and tried to click the link again and it worked this time, but I couldn't copy and paste it, when I tried to copy it, it moved so I tried to drag it to my desktop and that worked. It was definitely worth it! I enjoyed reading it. I am glad Hillscreek posted it.

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What a great story. I must admit while reading it, all I could think of was Jock as he had many similar traits as Pickles.?

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