Tunnel Tangle

I was reviewing courses by TDAA judge Victor Garcia last week… and thought it would be fun to steal his set for a Tunnelers class and plunk it in the middle of a game that we’ll have to call Tunnel Tangle. This is not the Tunnel Tangle that was run at the Petit Prix… but, it was Wednesday, and I had to do my Wednesday night class. This seems like a nice ‘n easy maybe even relaxing kind of game to play after the drama of the Petit Prix.

This was the course I set up. We mostly ran it clean in league. We ran the game Faults, Then Time.

The Book of Agility Games

The Book of Agility Games, 3d ed (beta) is now available in our web store.

I have yet to add all of the hypertext links and enable loading of a course directly into CRCD simply by clicking on the picture. However, I’m being besieged by queries after the book. This is a one-of-a-kind reference to all manner of games played in agility, around the world.

Please note that everyone who buys a legal copy will get a coupon towards the Final draft reimbursing you for the cost of the beta.

518 pp.

Follow this link: http://www.dogagility.org/Newstore/

Bud’s Google-Proof Trivia Contest

I was wondering at the pressure of competition that makes people’s brains explode. It reminded me of an old “law” of gasses suggesting that increased pressure and reduces volume and increased volume reduces pressure. What is the name given that law?


Questions comments & impassioned speeches to Bud Houston BudHouston@hughes.net. The Country Dream web store is up and running. www.dogagility.org/newstore. You know… I have five volumes (over 100 pp each) of The Joker’s Notebook available on my web-store at an embarrassingly inexpensive price. These are lesson plans suitable for individual or group classes for teaching dog to work at a distance.


2 Responses to “Tunnel Tangle”

  1. Natalie Says:

    Boyle’s law…

  2. Rose Says:

    Boyle’s law.

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