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    A yellow extravaganza!
    Cool trail signage with the follow the boot thing going on.
    Yellowood lake-very nice-who owns the land around it-can you paddle
    camp there? How long is the lake?
    Good to see IN is not all cornfield!
    +1 on Dingo, looks like a fine trail dog and companion.
    I've been mulching the blueberry bushes and this vid was my break-thanks
    for taking me out there.

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    Yellowwood Lake is squarely in the middle of the Yellowwood State Forest. While a lot of Indiana is flat, the southern portion is most of Karst topography (rolling knobs varying from 400-1000 feet).

    For camping, there is a car camp on the west side of the lake. I did not notice much traffic while I was there. It is possible to stealth camp on the east side of the lake, as well, but I didn't see any spots to camp along the shore. You can paddle there, but it's a small lake; only one mile long. However, if you're looking for paddle-camping options in Indiana, the best place by far is Lake Monroe, which is south of Yellowwood.

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    sweet video how old is dingo i have a two blue heelers one looks identical in size and shape of your dingo here just has a full mask!!!

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    Well he was a shelter dog with conflicting paperwork, so I'm not entirely sure.i believe he's just under three years old. He's mostly Australian cattle dog, which is comprised partly of blue heeler, but then he's also a mix of at least two other dogs as well, so he's really a bit of a Heinz 57. I was thinking about getting one of the DNA kits, just for fun. I hear the genetic differences between breeds are so slight that most kits will yield incorrect results, but I'd still get a kick out of it nonetheless. Can't even begin to list the breeds people think he is.

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    my buddy that looks like yours is a blue heeler jack russell mixed i would like to try that dna test to for him i didnt know you can do that but ill look into it now!
    heres reef

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    Wonderful video report, thanks for posting. Looked like it was a grand time had with a great friend/companion.
    Formerly known as "Cranky Bear"....

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    Great vid! I know what you mean about the "vistas." We have the same branched vistas here in IL. One can see aaaaaalllllllll the way to the....next tree trunk!
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    Nice vid. Your dog is precious.

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    Nice hike and video,,glad you got to enjoy the colors as they are now about gone,,enjoyed it very much!

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    1energy, that looks like one heck of a trail dog! Dingo has the patterned coat similar to cattle dogs, but he doesn't have that thick fur that many of them do, so it's been a struggle to keep him warm. I got a fleece jacket for him that I'm hoping will keep him a bit warmer.

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