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Posted by purgatoryblue on 10-11-2019 01:57 AM:

Echoes Across The Washita:

No article by Guy Orminston this month,what happen?

Purgatory Blueticks A-top of the Eastern Divide in the Blue Ridge Mtns.

Posted by Todd K / UKC on 10-11-2019 01:20 PM:

Semi-retired might be the best way to describe it?? The Echoes column will no longer run as a regular column in CB but we do hope that Guy continues to contribute feature articles from time to time. One of the great historians in our sport, I have known Guy for more than 30 years dating back to when he was the bluetick representative on the Purina Committee. I have much respect for all that Guy has done to give back to our sport. I would call Guy a "hard boot" in that he truly lived everything he wrote about and is the real deal when it comes to a houndsman.

I hope everyone joins me in wishing Guy the best and thanking him for the entertaining column all these years.

If we're not suppose to eat animals, then why are they made out of meat?

Posted by yadkintar on 10-11-2019 01:58 PM:

When I lived close to ft worth Texas my freind James petty and I would make the trip down to maypearl Texas a couple times a week to hunt with guy. James was a die hard blutick man he is gone now. I hunted with ole chalk eye and many of guys other dogs many good memories I had.

Tanks guy.


Posted by Travis Brown on 10-11-2019 08:45 PM:

I've read his articles for nearly thirty years. His articles were always my personal favorites in the magazines.

Travis Brown
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Posted by Paul Frederick on 10-11-2019 11:27 PM:

I've always loved Guy's articles. It would be neat, and probably a good seller, if all of Guy's articles were put into book form. It would be a great volume of hound history!

Paul Frederick
Wandering Around South Georgia

Posted by KEVIN MOSES on 10-12-2019 12:51 AM:

Guy's article was the first article I would read in my monthly coonhound bloodlines. I also ordered his guide to breeding better dogs and read it. Great writer.





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