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#6687
Stefanie Alexander
Participant

Thanks for the feedback. I think either option would have been good. She physically can go UP and if she wasn’t willing to do so, she does have a stronger cue. I will keep those tips in mind for the future.

Pillar: This column only has 3 sides (rather than the 4 access sides you requested). However, I am posting it as it shows Prim doing a nice job working the adjacent elevated area to zero in on the hide’s location, using the trees and foliage on the incline and purposely crossing the sidewalk over to the “real” search area. Note how she gets distracted by neighborhood sounds (27-34 seconds). I elect to wait her out initially, but opt to re-cue her. Surprisingly to me, she seamlessly picks up the search where she has left off and alerts.