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January 20, 2010

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I'm just catching up on news from your ranch and came across the November photos of Dusty chomping down snow. Good to see how healthy he's faring after all the years under your care. We're so grateful for the level of care you give each animal. The medical attention and surgery you gave Dusty at a crucial time allows him to lead a happy life. You have our continued commitment to fund his care and the care of all the ranch animals. Thank you, Steve & Alayne! Bernadette & Pat

Isn't it funny how the simple things in life are really amazing! Way to go, Alayne! Love the pic! If you sent it as a postcard no one would have any idea you are hauling poop! he-he!

A one-man poop sled! You might get competition from the Jamaican team, though. Oh, and you jumped to #2 today - groovy! Let's keep those votes coming!

Don't forget....if you clear your browser cookies after you vote, you can vote again and again in the Shelter Challenge! RDR is #2 now, but that Iowa shelter is way ahead...let's try to get as many votes in as we can!

THANKS STEVE & ALAYNE FOR EVERYTHING YOU BOTH DUE!!GOD BLESS YOU.I WANTED TO SHOW YOU WHAT I POSTED ON FACEBOOK,I HOPE IT HELPS YOU IN SOME LITTLE WAY? FACEBOOK & MY SPACE POSTING!! IT TAKES SECONDS TO HELP BRING A SMILE AND FEED A LITTLE PUPPY OR KITTY WITH ONE CLICK OF A MOUSE!THANKS FOR EVERYONES HELP THAT VOTED FOR [ ROLLING DOG RANCH ANIMAL SANCTUARY ] GRAND PRIZE $ 10,000.00 DOLLARS !!2009 WINNER!!CHECK THEM OUT,THEY TAKE IN BLIND DOGS,HORSES & OTHER DISABLITY ANIMALS ,LIKE ME!!THANK GOD SOMEONE DOES.DO YOU KNOW ANYONE ELSE THAT CARES FOR THE ... See MoreBLIND ANIMALS?PLEASE READ ABOUT THEM,THESE TWO PEOPLE GIVE UP EVERYTHING TO HELP,EVEN THEIR HIGH PAYING JOBS.GOD BLESS THEM ALWAYS!XOXO Rolling Dog Ranch Animal Sanctuary
Ovando, MT 59854
More Info
YOU NEED TO SEE WHAT THEY DO EVERYDAY FOR THE ANIMALS!!
Web: www.rollingdogranch.org
XOXO THANK YOU STEVEN F. GOLDSMITH

I am fairly new to your blog but since I found it I check it every day. You are true angels and I thank you for everything that you do for the less fortunate animals. I am very passionate about animals and I do what I can to help. I've been clicking daily on the Animal Rescue site for over a year now and I am more than glad to vote for your Sanctuary. And I do it once from work and once from home - so I get to vote twice a day!

Such dedication! Not for the faint of heart, to be sure.
Stay warm and healthy you guys! You are loved and appreciated by all us out here who get to check in on you with your daily blogs. Thanks for doing that, too, by the way.

I bet you guys can eat 3000 calories a day!

Hi Steve & Alayne,
Maybe this is a DUH!! email, but I'm not sure that all of your blog readers are aware of the fact that if they sign up for a daily reminder on the amimal rescue voting site they will get the chance to vote for the ranch on the weekends not only by clicking from your daily blogs. Every little bit helps.

Speaking as a person who holds the kind of communications job you once had in your corporate life, I'm sure you realize how valuable your background in conveying "material" in the most efficient manner has become.

Hey this could develope into something big. You could partition the IOC to have a ONE MAN POOP SLED event in the 2014 Winter Olympics. Or even go PRO, get some endorsments, have stickers on the side of your Sled like NASCAR.
OK hold up a minute. Steve I think I just proved your point. A woman would think this is the dumbest idea ever, just go and get rid of the poop. While I am glamerize the hualing of poop.
Oh Well be safe and keep warm

A profound photo and one that speaks volumes: about the silence and solitude of a cold winter morning; about the endless chores that are a part of daily life regardless of whatever else you may be experiencing (such as the loss of a beloved animal); about the mind-numbing cold that Montana can bring; and about the extraordinary dedication of two people whose love is as big as the Montana sky.

Great idea! Brrr, glad I was able to see the pictue from the warmth of my home. Not sure my outdoor clothes would suffice in your weather.

You compost the dog poop? With other poop/manure? What do you use it for? Any tips re dog poop compost welcome!

"As Steve towed his daily collection, his mind wandered back to his big dream: a yard that flushes."

You two are very inventive! Hey, if it works--great! Burrrrr! Boy, the amount of exercise you two get is unreal!

If only you could teach one of the big dogs to tow that sled for you, you'd have it made!

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