RXN, Pilot


Labrador Retriever/Black and Tan Coonhound [See My DogsterPlus Photo Book]
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Home:Ocean Grove, NJ  [I have a diary!]  
Sex: Female   Weight: 51-100 lbs


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Nicknames:
Keety, RXN

Doggie Dynamics:
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Quick Bio:
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Birthday:
October 10th 1989

Likes:
Sailing and flying my Blimp

Pet-Peeves:
No Wind, and Wind if I'm in my blimp

Favorite Toy:
The MSS RXN and My Blimp

Favorite Food:
burgers

Favorite Walk:
Gang Plank and The Airport

Best Tricks:
getting her way

Arrival Story:
Roxanne was the only girl of a huge litter. She was picked by her canine mix brother who has since passed way.

Bio:
Roxanne is one of the sweetest dogs I have had the priviledge of knowing. After successfully battling a tumor that ruptured her appendix, she came down with a rare form of lymphoma more than a year and a half ago. She put up a hard fight and outlived her diagnosis by more than one year. Unfortunately she lost her battle on August 17th, 2006 at 17 years old. She was an inspiration to all who knew her. We pray that now she is with the angels and her beloved brother Roscoe.

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April 17th 2010 7:26 am
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Sometimes a single moment in time can change your life forever. Adopting our beloved Roxanne was such a moment.

When we first pulled Roxanne from the box filled with her five brothers, the first thing we noticed about her was that she was very timid as she ran and hid under a car when we got the final OK from her, now late, big brother Roscoe. The second, how sweet and gentle she was just by looking into her deep brown eyes and how she hugged her mother the whole way home with us.

It took several years to discover how loyal and strong she was inside. Long after her father had been mauled by a badly parented dog, an event which she watched in horror but was too afraid to act, another pair of loose big black dogs came bounding and snarling right at them. She hesitated for a second as if to run, but, turned, dug her heels into the ground, made a noise that sent shivers up my spine, bared her teeth and growled a growl that said “enough, I am here to fight you to the death, so let’s get it on!” That night she changed forever, her timidity transformed into inner strength and an iron will, but she never lost her sweet and gentle nature.

During her late years she met the trials and tribulations of poor health head on including two types of cancer, with the same determination and strength. She refused to disappoint us by dying. We refused to make her suffer any longer.

She raised and now leaves behind three (two cats and one beagle) of the sweetest and gentlest creatures on the planet, and they will miss her as much as we do. Their unwavering devotion to her in her time of need is a reflection of her heart.

Roxanne’s Mom, Dad and her brothers Mike, Charlie and Jake

 

New Log for SS RXN II

January 15th 2009 11:25 am
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After two years of sailing we have been around the world twice and in that time have seen pups come and go. I want to thank them all for being with us on our adventures. Hoist the anchor raise the mainsail for we are off to places unknown.

The RXN is a ship that transcends linear time. We may shift centuries, backward and forward or be here in the 21st. There will be no sorrows on my ship, as we leave that far behind us. If you care to reminisce about those among us who have moved on or those now in troubled waters, it must make us laugh and raise our glass to the spirit of those remembered. There will be no discontent on my ship. Whiners will be thrown overboard.

All Great Ships need passengers. So, you may chose to either bide your time on deck chairs, take advantage of all the entertainment, take in the sights, or just watch the moonlight twinkle on the water off the stern. You may stay for a minute, an hour, a day or every minute of our adventure.

 

Official Log of the MSS RXN

January 15th 2009 11:11 am
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January 15th 2007 4:27 pm [link to this entry]
Official Log of the MSS RXN
January 15th 2007 4:08 pm [link to this entry]
We prepare to set sail today, 1/15/07 for a trip to Australia to help my friend Mars Upial, a Koala, who is need, and then, around the world on the West Trade Winds. After a maiden shake down cruise around Manhattan, and a diversion by my boy, Mike, who got in a whole lot of trouble in the Caribbean, We have repaired the chewed woodwork, torn sails, and cleaned the poop deck. If I have told those Beagles once, I've told them a thousand times, it isn't that kind of deck. Anyway, where was I? Oh, yes, we are leaving on the morning tide of 1/16/07.

The RXN is a ship that transcends linear time. We may shift centuries, backward and forward or be here in the 21st. There will be no sorrows on my ship, as we leave that far behind us. If you care to reminisce about those among us who have moved on or those now in troubled waters, it must make us laugh and raise our glass to the spirit of those remembered. There will be no discontent on my ship. Whiners will be thrown overboard.

All Great Ships need passengers. So, you may chose to either bide your time on deck chairs, take advantage of all the entertainment, take in the sights, or just watch the moonlight twinkle on the water off the stern. You may stay for a minute, an hour, a day or every minute of our adventure.

All Great Ships need a Crew. If you care to work you will be rewarded in bones. Example: Raising a sail will get you One Bone. Climbing the Rat Lines to the Crows Nest will get you Five Bones. Keeping watch will be worth more.
There are hundreds of things that need to be done. Just pick one, post it and My Officers will suggest the proper reward.

Bon Voyage My Friends
RXN, Pilot

 
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