PAST EVENTS

Game of Bones - May 4, 2019

4 hides in each search area (unknown to competitors).  Challenges for the day included a wet environment, lots of dog smells, and a large Level 2 search area.  Those that chose to run the large search off-leash were surprised to find that their dogs stayed on task instead of running zoomies all over the park. 

Game of Bones - June 1, 2019

CLOSE PROXIMITY HIDES DAY!  Level 1 had 4 known hides with 1 close proximity pair.  Level 2 hides were unknown to competitors but had 6 hides with 2 close proximity pairs.  Winner of Level 1 received $35 and winner of Level 2 received $30.  Everyone had fun and is excited for the next game. 

Game of Bones - July 3, 2019

CLASH OF THE CONTAINERS!  Level 1 had 4 known hides.  Level 2 hides were unknown to competitors but had 5 hides.  Challenges for the day included a humid environment and the distractions of being in a dog park while searching containers placed on the ground.  Winner of Level 1 received $27.50 and winner of Level 2 received $25.

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Game of Bones - August 3, 2019

FOUR SQUARE!  Level 1 had 19 points possible - 1 square with 1 high hide; 1 square with an inaccessible hide; 1 square with 2 accessible hides; and 1 square with a set of close proximity hides.  Level 2 had 24 points possible - 1 square with 1 high hide; 1 square with 2 sets of close proximity hides; and 2 squares with 1 inaccessible hide.  We had a lot of new participants this month including 9 dogs in our primary division searching for treats in a box!.  Winner of Level 1 received $30 and winner of Level 2 received $20.

Game of Bones - September 21, 2019

KING OF THE FOURTH!  Level 1 searched 2 CD cases, 3 tool boxes, 4 chairs and 5 flower pots (1 hide in each grouping of items).  Level 2 searched 3 tables (1hide), 4 chairs (2 hides), 5 tool boxes (1 hide) and 6 kleenex boxes (2 hides).  Competitors had 45 seconds to clear the first grouping of items and then 30 seconds to clear each remaining set of items.

Game of Bones - October 19, 2019

LEFT, RIGHT CENTER!  Each competitor rolled the dice to determine whether they searched the "left" interior area, the "right" container area, or "center" exterior area.  Each search area had 4 hides to find - the number of hides was known to Level 1-ers and unknown to Level 2-ers.