Good morning, GoGo. It's a frosty 26 in Louisville, going to 44 and sunny. The sun will be so nice that I don't even care about the cold. The high wind shifted during the night over toward MPC and Charlie. As Charlie said, it sounded like a freight train for better than 24 hours.
My team at work is in charge of a big annual training event that starts tomorrow. I'm working from home today, but will be downtown at least Tue-Thurs. It sure is nice to be able to work from home, especially on a Monday.
Got about 100 rounds of 6BR loaded with LT-32 last night. Seated the bullets about 40 thou long and will bump them to final length just before the BBB. At least that's the current plan. Really need to make a range visit before then.
Glad you made it home OK, Charlie. Happy you got some sand between your toes, even if the fishing wasn't good. At least you didn't shovel or push a single flake of snow down there, right? You know that a bunch of us on the board go off on PD Safaris pretty regular. Maybe those of us who fish should try something similar, only chasing fish varmints.
Y'all have a good'n and be safe out there.