A move to britain

In 1988 I moved to Britain, initially for an extended period of 2 years as I embarked on the near impossible task (at the time) of obtaining a work permit in the UK . I was immensely lucky that my parents agreed to look after our four Collies and hugely fortunate to be able to work at the famous Corydon kennels. In 1991, after a few months back in Norway, the move became more permanent and two dogs came over with me from Norway and went into quarantine. The Kennel Club would not allow the Norwegian registered affix 'Freelancer' to be registered in Britain, however, with the brainwave and effort of Barbara Blake in changing the spelling resulted in 'Phreelancer' being subsequently accepted in 1992. The dogs below are the dogs owned by us since living in Britain.

"You can never cross the ocean unless you have the courage to lose sight of the shore" - Christopher Columbus

CORYDON SILVER MOON

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PHREELANCER ENUPH ZED

PHREELANCER NUIT PHLEURIE

PHREELANCER PHALL IN LOVE

CH CORYDON LA CAPRITA OF PHREELANCER

PHREELANCER PHAREWELL

PHREELANCER PHOND MEMORIES

PHREELANCER PHAITH HILL

PHREELANCER PHASHIONISTA

SUNWIND'S SNOW QANDY OF PHREELANCER

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PHREELANCER O'PHORTUNA

The photo of Phreelancer Phaith Hill is reproduced with kind permission of Jean Kenny