14.-15.08.2004 Sopot
International Baltic Dog Show

American Cockers results:

Aqua-Stone Flash Dance - BOB Puppy

Catty z Ruzowej doliny - BOB Junior

Aqua-Stone Merry Making - CWC, CACIB, Best Male 1, BOB, BIG-2
Charles Dickens Speed Limit - CWC, Res- CACIB, Best Male 2

Very Vigie Tendere Romance - CACIB, Best Female 1, BOS
Aqua-Stone Power Of Love - Res- CACIB, Best Female 2
Charles Dickens Mad Mara - CWC, Best Female 3

Best Male 1- Aqua-Stone Merry Making
Best Male 2- Charles Dickens Speed Limit

Best Female 1- Very Vigie Tendere Romance
Best Female 2- Aqua-Stone Power Of Love
Best Female 3- Charles Dickens Mad Mara

Best Female ring

BIS- winners:
1. Chinese Crested Dog- NABAB Germanika, ow. Adam Ostrowski
2. Giant Sznaucer Black- ONTARIO z Tartaku, ow. Karolina Mleczko
3. Chow Chow, RONAN Marwelon, ow. Malgorzata Grabka

About Trojmiasto or Tri-City (Gdansk, Sopot, Gdynia)

Gdansk, with a population of almost half a million, is the sixth biggest city in Poland.
The thousand-year-old Gdansk is considered as the most monument-abounding city of the "Baltic Europe". It is also the most important part of Trojmiasto (Tri-City), which is an urban agglomeration constituted by three coastal metropolises - Gdansk, Gdynia and Sopot.

Gdynia is almost as big as Gdansk. It is a modern, well-developed, well-organized and clean city. No wonder it has long been considered the best place to live by many Poles. However, since it's a very young city, it lacks tourist attractions and interesting sights. Visit it only if you suffer from the excess of spare time.

Sopot is quite a different story. Located between Gdansk and Gdynia, is an attractive, quiet town, known for its spas, beaches, international song festival and Poland's longest, most famous and most picturesque wooden pier.

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Our guys at sightseeing in Gdansk Old Town

Gdansk. Time to go for some shoppings

Coffe-break in Old Town

In our back-way to home we found a "piece of Estonia" in Mragowo area in Poland. Little restaurant called "Mamma juures" (what means "In The Mamma`s" in Estonian), offers Estonian food and stuff regards you with "Tere" ("Hello")! Good reason to make a stop, right?!..

Who said, that Poles don`t speak Estonian...
Pure Estonian language- "In The Mamma`s"


Joyride in the mamma`s

...and finally at home again

Home, sweet home! Or better to say- sweet sofa..

Max relaxing




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