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Happy ending: Bear is back
Richard Robertson, in a socially lateral cross county move from the elite Lower Bull Run neighborhood to the elite Mt. Carmel community in Adair County, had taken his dogs on a familiarization exercise at the new location. All returned but the great feist, Bear. An APB was put out. But, on a search trip, Robertson returned to find that neighbor Jeff Biggs had Bear in custody, back at his new Mt. Carmel home.
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The search for the great feist, Bear, is off. Richard Robertson, now of Lower Bull Run, soon to be a proud member of the elite Mt. Carmel community, reports that Bear is back. He had been turned loose in a familiarization exercise and did not return from the woods as expected that day.
But the story has a happy ending.
Richard Robertson writes, "Late Friday morning, good neighbor Jeff Biggs returned Bear to his Mt. Carmel home, while I was out looking for the lost dog.
"Bear was there to greet me when I returned, probably wondering why I left him.
"Of course, Bear was found on the lake side of Mt. Carmel Road, not where I thought he would be. The accompanying photo of him is back at his Bull Run kennel, where he was emerging from the warmth of his insulated house."
It should be noted that it is customary for residents of the elite Bull Run neighborhood to pamper their pets. Wayne and Barbara Armitage have at least one dog house with television, and make regular runs to one dog's favorite fast food drive through.
The neigborhood is generous to birds, as well, with martin condominiums and single family residences for perhaps the greatest concentrated population of bluebirds in Adair County. -EW
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