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  1. #22465
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tiger93rsl View Post
    It was peacefull and 75Ί, nice to get away for an afternoon. I talked to James yesterday, he was getting his mother inlaws car fixed. He said he was running behind on calls.

    How are you guys getting along? Is Andy liking school, or is he missing work?
    Tell him hi

    For Andy, Yes on both accounts.
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  2. #22466
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    Quote Originally Posted by timebuilder View Post
    Good morning, Bret and everyone!

    Pump running downstairs (for about 6 hours now) and it managed to keep the water depth less than 2", so that's good. It should be done soon, as it stopped raining around dawn.
    Sounds like you got more then we did.
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  3. #22467
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    Quote Originally Posted by jpsmith1cm View Post
    Morning all.

    Hope everyone survived the wrath of the windy woman well.

    Soon we'll be heading down to the 3D shoot with the boys and see if they can stick arrows into a fake elk.
    Have fun.

    Make sure they field dress the Elk right and either eat or give it to somone e who will.

    I hate to see all that foam be wasted
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  4. #22468
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    morning all
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  5. #22469
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    Afternoon, my Murican friends...
    30 degC here and gorgeous on the mountain. Got the dogs up early before we broke 25 degC and pedaled my ass off. I was bonking badly the last two weeks ...suspect from donating blood and then heavy work weeks/heat but even though it was hot today was able to climb well.....
    Off now to take Momma to get a girly coffee as she played field hockey in the sun.....which of course in on a 'water turf' so it's like a sauna.....

    Enjoyed the phone call yesterday Bret, you're a helluva father and you gotta helluva son.....good genes buddy.....
    "The quality you deserve is not expensive---it's priceless"

  6. #22470
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    Quote Originally Posted by fcs View Post
    Have fun.

    Make sure they field dress the Elk right and either eat or give it to somone e who will.

    I hate to see all that foam be wasted
    No elk today.

    But we got a couple of hogs, a couple deer, a turkey, a leopard, a lion a bear and and a wolf.....

    Boys had a blast and dad had a good time watching them.

  7. #22471
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    Quote Originally Posted by jpsmith1cm View Post
    No elk today.

    But we got a couple of hogs, a couple deer, a turkey, a leopard, a lion a bear and and a wolf.....

    Boys had a blast and dad had a good time watching them.
    Memories for a lifetime eh!!!????
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  8. #22472
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    Quote Originally Posted by Doug Lockhart View Post
    Memories for a lifetime eh!!!????
    Yep.

    Going to turn into a regular thing.

    The club puts these shoots on every other weekend.


    I've really struggled to find a common ground with my boys, expecially the younger one.

    I NAILED it with archery. They both love it, they're pretty good at it, and dad enjoys it, too.

  9. #22473
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    Quote Originally Posted by fcs View Post
    Sounds like you got more then we did.
    Our rain total was about 8". The ground was saturated by weather during the previous two weeks, so there was nowhere for it to go. At my house, it gets under the foundation and head pressure around the perimeter forces it to come up through cracks and seams, so the sump pump got a real workout.
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  10. #22474
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    Good morning, Bret and everyone. Drying out here.
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  11. #22475
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    morning all
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  12. #22476
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    Firewood is certainly plentiful for me this year. Between the one tree I deliberately cut down and the huge branches from a couple of other trees that came down in the storm, all I have to do is cut and chop.

    I have quite a few Black Locust trees on my property, which are thankfully away from the house. Black Locust is a perfect tree for wood stove burning. It is a fast growing hard wood that seasons within months and can actually be burned right after taking down.

    So, I will be busy cutting up felled trees and limbs and chopping firewood from now until the first snow.
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  13. #22477
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    Quote Originally Posted by RoBoTeq View Post
    Firewood is certainly plentiful for me this year. Between the one tree I deliberately cut down and the huge branches from a couple of other trees that came down in the storm, all I have to do is cut and chop.

    I have quite a few Black Locust trees on my property, which are thankfully away from the house. Black Locust is a perfect tree for wood stove burning. It is a fast growing hard wood that seasons within months and can actually be burned right after taking down.

    So, I will be busy cutting up felled trees and limbs and chopping firewood from now until the first snow.
    wow that is a prefect firewood tree.
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