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Good Saturday morning from the Swamplands of Venice Italy. A long Damway from the Sticks of Kentucky believe me. In have been here before but I am doing it again, very interesting place. You kinda get an overdose of Thousand year old buildings as that's the only kind here.
Visiting Captain Jesse and family and let me tell you the little Grandaughter is a screamer. I had forgotten how much fun babies are in the middle of the night. But that's the way things work it seems.

I still have not adjusted to the time change as we are 6 hours early here that EST. Looks like I'm going to enjoy Venice today and on to Rome on a train tomorrow. That could be like putting a 4 year old on a train to Rome Italy... I guess I will wind up somewhere as there is a definite language problem.

Skruske, I will post your bail money when I get back to the USA, just hang on and don't drop the soap in the shower.
I sure miss my Tomcats and my AR 15 back in the USA.
 

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JR, I am glad to see you made it all right, I am looking forward to your posts from Italy.

41° here in Upstate NY this morning and raining a little, the high for today is to get up to about 47°. Tomorrow morning they say we could have a little frost on the ground.

Spent another day on the road yesterday, today I am hoping to spend the day at home but it is early yet. I won't be able to hunt as I don't wish to trod around in rain and the birds will be holding up in the pines anyhow.

Have a Wonderful Day Everyone.
 

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42 degrees here in the Northern Bluegrass. I sure hope the sun gets up soon because I’m going to be working outside all day starting in about an hour.
Busy day yesterday and I didn’t get a chance to see Skruske’s post until after dark. Congratulations on the successful hunt. Sounds like quite an adventure but once again you proved that when you treat law enforcement with respect and tell the truth, it is more likely to tip the scales in your favor. Not always, but most of the time, at least that has been my experience.


I hope the Carpman is feeling Ok this morning and didn’t stay to long at the corn liquor-tasting establishment. If he did, maybe JR will catch one of these I-talian she-yotes to nurse him back to health.

Make it a good day
 

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39 here in NC Ohio. I'm sure its not as exciting as in JR's & Scot's world around here, guess a little excitement would spruce up my life. BE safe stay out of trouble and Prayers to those and country. Mike
 

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Good morning, JR, George, Carl and those to come. It's damcool 40 degrees in Louisville. I don't care what it's going to, cause here in about 4 hours we're blasting off to the Smokies. No, Carl, I haven't made it to the Kool-Aid moonshine establishments just yet.

For those trying to keep up with Skruske, I talked with him last night. Needed some advice about how to clean up some pulled pistol bullets and no one knows tumblers like Skruske. He reported the she elk's tenderloins had been eaten and the quarters are hanging, about to be cut and wrapped.

We should all have fun with "Damcowfarmer Goes to Italy -2." Every time I think about it, I remember certain episodes of "The Beverly Hillbillies." One thing should make him feel right at home, though. We all know about JR's beloved Geo Metro, and my understanding is that just about all the cars over there in Italy are just about that size and horsepower. I'm pretty sure somewhere in Italy there's a farmer or two who have also hauled calves, goats or sheep in the back of their mini-car.

Y'all have a good'n, lift up traveling prayers for the ol' Carpman, and be safe out there.
 

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Good morning gents. It's 48° with light rain here in southcentral PA. I chose to stay in bed instead of sitting in a wet tree this morning. I can see deer from the window just as good. Already saw 2 while the coffee was brewing. Met up woth a friend from South Dakota yesterday after work. Had a few drinks and dinner with him and a few of his friends who are in town for a wedding. They liked the new distillery JR.

Have to work at the gun shop today and then we have a gun raffle to go to later tonight. Gonna be a long day. Have a good one.

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41° with a clear sky while headed toward Baggs WY to fill a couple deer tags with Doug & Mike.

I was able escape the lawman so bail money ain't needed...yet. But stand by because we are hunting today & anything can happen

Well, it was actually 26°. The 41 I saw was the radio station on the dash display :rolleyes
 

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morning all. 27 here, high in the low 50s maybe. Snow for tomorrow and a low in the mid teens.
Long night at our house, nose started bleeding just after getting in bed. Finally got it stopped around mid-night. Stayed on the couch till four then back to bed for a couple hours. At least I didn't end up in the er this time.
Got another swather serviced, one more to go then get them in the shed.
Scott, good thing you didn't have your elk problem around here, warden has no mercy on anyone. Real butt head!
Breakfast waits, have a good weekend.
GOD BLESS. Dean
 

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Mornin boys...
49 here high on RUGER Mt this morning.
Football game last night and they won again.
We all slep in this morning, felt good.
Don't know what we'll get into today.
You all have a gooden today and GOD Bless...


Donnie
 

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Good morning all. It's 38 heading for 54 in Indy. This cold/flu/whatever is keeping me in the house today for sure. Hot tea ain't too bad with a shot of snake bite medicine in it.

JR, remember, when in Rome do as the Romans do and tell the Pope I said hey.

Y'all have a good day.
 

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I can attest to one thing, I retired from the wrong occupation.
JR can travel to Italy, while I feel fortunate to save up enough
to travel to Somerset twice a yr. Must be bigggg bucks in being a
Damn cow farmer. LDS
 

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That goes with out saying!
Look at the price of hamburger and steak.
The cows are what will keep us going this year. It is more profitable to feed the cows our grain thensell it for little or nothing.
 
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