A group for Corgi owners, future Corgi owners, and lovers of the breed who live in Wisconsin. All Corgis, whether purebred or mixed, are welcome!
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Started by Flicker. Last reply by vicky hyde Mar 20.
Started by Flicker Nov 2, 2013.
Started by Libby Taylor. Last reply by vicky hyde Mar 27, 2013.
If only I was thinking sooner and had a pair of pinking sheers - it would have been so cool to make cheesehead bandanas for all of our corgis!
Gosh, wife and I are getting all excited to see the corgis, got goose bumps :)
We are first time Corgi owners, we just might fall in love with them and take them all home :)
I have had a few people ask me about how much food to make and bring. Last year we had around 30 people and it seemed like there was lots of food being taken home. Considering everyone that is coming is bringing a dish to pass, I would say a safe amount to make is at least enough for 2-3 dozen. Since we grow each year, so I am planning on around 40 people (watch me be WAY off LOL).
I just checked the weather for Saturday and it is Partly Cloudy and 75! Sounds like it is going to be an awesome day for Corgis!!
Loved that Taffy Apple Salad at the Illinois Corgi Picnic last year!
Please bring that!
kim, that sounds great. i will be posting the list of what everyone is bringing later today. laina and klaus, spring would be great. i would look forward to that.
I was thinking I would bring a taffy apple salad, if that's ok? Or if there is something else needed just let me know.
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