A group for corgis (and their people) living in and originating from the New England region of the US.
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JoAnn...I asked the same thing back on 11/12 and got no response. I take it's not active. I can't find an active one in my area of NY either. But welcome to MyCorgi...there are great people on the main board.
I just found this site and joined, I have 2 tri colored corgi,s. Is this group active? I live in Maine and there are no active groups that I've found here.
I know NY is not actually part of New England but is there anyone in the Mid Hudson Valley area? I've joined groups supposedly in my area but they are not very active.
Hello fellow Corgis of New England. Any other Vermont Corgis in the room? I would love to see a VT corgi meetup.
Here's the fb info for this weekend's meetup:
Here you go: http://goo.gl/maps/mivBk
We have plans this weekend, but I may wait till a beach meetup for the next coastal corgis event we go to. Not sure, we had a bad experience at the last one, and a lot of dog fights broke out. Some really aggressive corgis were present, and one attacked Machete. He's older now, obviously, but it was unpleasant.
I think maybe it might be better at a beach, if it's more open or spacious. Or if the aggressive corgis are not there.
Look for KINGSTONE *STATE* PARK. It's in Kingstone NH just off Rt. 125, just south of Rt. 101.
@Rae where is the meet up this weekend? I can't find the park on google maps.
there's another coastal corgis meetup this coming sunday, kingston national park at 1 again. we're not going to that one. but yay for june meetups!
Corgi Meet Up
Sunday June 2, 2013 From 1-4
Hope to see everyone there! :)IMG_0078.jpg
Wanskunk Park, Providence Rhode Island
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