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59° here in Upstate NY this morning with the high temperature to get up to about 72°. It is supposed to be dry for today and tomorrow with some sunshine.

I didn't do a heck of a lot yesterday as it rained a lot. Fixed one computer for a customer and basically took the rest of the day fairly easy. I haven't been able to do any fishing at all due to the rain.

Have a Wonderful Day Everyone.
 

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Good Sunday Morning

63 here in NC Ohio and sunshine on the way. Looking forward to some cooler weather that's suppose to be here sometime Tuesday. I don't do hot and muggy very well. Time to change my tune to Praise for all that have and have received from the good Lord. Everyone be safe and Prayers to those heeling & hurting and this great country we live in. Mike
 

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morning all. 52 and high 70s for the day. We got a quick shower with lots of wind yesterday afternoon.
No baling yesterday, just not quite ready, maybe this afternoon.
Change a tire on one sprinkler and that was about it for the day.
But I did get my lower for the 6.5 creedmoor all put together, now just have to swap out the upper and find time to SHOOT!
Off to make the morning rounds and chores then to town for church and wally world.
Have a blessed Lords' day, give Him praise and thanks for all we have and do.
GOD BLESS. Dean
 

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Good morning, it's another great weather day in Waseca. I spent the last three days cleaning at Gary's and am exhausted. Seems like the older I get the sooner I run out of energy before I run out of daylight.
Taking a Sunday off to rest as He instructed us to. ,
Hope everyone has a blessed day,
Ken
 

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Good morning folks. It's 65° here amd wet. We had a storm roll thru yesterday afternoon and it followed us to my picnic, but soon passed. Was a great picnic. They had a pond to swim in and boats, kayaks and tubes, and a huge water slide thingy that the kids just loved. Lille was on it for hours. Then she slept the whole way home. We got home about 8 pm and I fell asleep watching TV shortly thereafter. I was exhausted.

Not sure what is on the agenda today. Need to clean my muzzleloaders and mow if it dries out. Might pull some more crab grass before it goes to seed on me.

Coffee is done. Better get some. Have a good one.

Charlie
 

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Good morning, GoGo. It's 69 in Louisville, going to 89. State fair started last Thursday and today will be a beautiful day for those at the fair. I used to enjoy it, but now I mostly try to avoid crowds of that size. I haven't heard what the "hot" fair food item is this year. I'm sure someone has figured out something new to deep fry. :)

Y'all haved a good'n and be safe out there.
 

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Good Morning

Busy weekend around here.
We all got together and celebrated Mom and Dad’s 55th Wedding Anniversary on Friday. Sure was good to get all of the family together for a happy occasion.
Cleared out some brush and even got a little shooting in yesterday. Since the rain held off, I headed to a pond down the road and tried my luck. Caught a couple baby bass but nothing to write home about.

Going to load some cast bullets in 45LC today. Also going to repair or replace some rivets in my nephew’s boat that he is bringing over. Might even get some grass mowed since they are calling for rain the next few days.

Make it a good one
 

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Good morning all. It's 69 heading for 86 in Indy. Had fog warnings earlier but the fog is gone. Gonna' be a great day to be on the golf course. Or just about anything else outdoors, for that matter. Got a couple of quick jobs to knock out in the man cave then I'm off to sow golf seeds.

Have a good one.
 

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Mornin boys...
70 here high on RUGER Mt this morning.
GOt some rain early yesterday but it turned out to be a nice day.
Got to shoot some. Friends Burris Eliminator worked out good.
He put it on a 30TC and it worked out to 1000. He said if it worked
out to 500 he'd be happy before we started. The little gun shoot real good.
Tuckers 788 was shooting better than good when we finally loaded some
87gr vmax in it. Good day at the range for sure...
You all have a gooden today and GOD Bless...


Donnie

PS...the sa sa saa...6.5x284 did better with r19 than any thing we've shot yet, but we had to tinker with the bedding and stock. He had done give up on it and I had too...
 

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Good morning everyone from a foggy Nicholasville Ky. We got the daughter moved in yesterday pretty much uneventful....I only wanted to strangle the wife once....maybe twice but she settled down fairly quick.:D We went and ate at Sonny's last night and just hung out at the hotel room. We'll be dropping the daughter back off at the school here in a while after a walmart run for any last minute forgotten items then be headed back north for home later.
Hopefully when I get home I get a little time to test some LT32 some more in my 6ppc's. I bought 8lbs so.i should have enough to last a while if I keep.it just for those 2 guns. Might hit the Sportsmans warehouse in Lexington today before going home too!
You all have a good day and stay safe!
 

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Great morning to you,

Sunny blue sky and 59° here in the deserts of Wyoming.

Busy day yesterday. Shooting, gun shopping, RZR riding, more fun gun shopping & more shooting.

First thing Doug zero'd his freshly barreled 6-223AI. It is a prairie dog destroyer.



Stuck brass forced us into a backup rifle for the rest of the ride. As unconventional as it seems, a 45acp rifle also blasts open dogs.





Last fun of the day was Cooper taking the first shot with grandpa's new folding .410.



Barrels are interchangeable on these Turkish made Kahn Midland Backpack receivers so I intend to add a small center fire and short 12ga barrels to the set up. It will ride along in the RZR on trips into the back country.
 

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Good morning campers! It's a little above 70º in the hollow with overcast skies. I started yesterday a little after 4 AM with a drive to Newburgh IN for a UBR match. A good day was enjoyed by all or most, especially the winners, of which I wasn't one. The dogs spent their day alone, with a visit fro WAG dog walking service around mid day and were happy to see me when I got home. But today one is pretty neurotic, even more than usual, and won't let me out of her sight. She's making this hard to type as she is in my lap. The boss should be home early this afternoon and she can deal with her. I have to catch up on reconciling my bank statement, which takes a little time as I only do it one a year.

G'day Y'all,
Rick
 
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