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64° here in Upstate NY this morning with the high temperature of about 74° for today. We are supposed to get some heavy rain once again in a couple of days, just what we need.

Yesterday was a very hectic day and I am looking at another busy one today. I hope it will be a better one but only time will tell.

Have a Wonderful Day Everyone.
 

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45 or so here in Waseca, it's been raining since Sunday afternoon. Might stop tomorrow.
Hey, Good Morning everyone, another great day in God's creation. Lots of writing to do which is ok as I can't go outside and play. When I get brain fried pecking at the keyboard there's plenty of brass and boolits to sort for eventual sale. I really need to have time to get a table at a gunshow.

Wife is feeling better, getting over her sinus infection. This is the first time she has had this in many, many years. It really got her down.

Hope everyone has a blessed day,
Ken
 

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Good Morning

70 degrees at 5:15 AM on Oct. 9 in NC Ohio.!!!!! Going to near 90 today, hope this is the end of this heat. Not a lot going on around here , now have 3 more clumps of Daylilies to dig, clean, and plant and I'll be done with that job. But when you're working with 10% of your lung capacity you only go 8% the speed (that's summer blend air). Everyone be safe and Prayers to those and country. Mike
 

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good morning all. It's 70º, cloudy, and humid here in southcentral PA. Headed to mid 80's again. Yesterday was 82º when I got off work. I decided to wash the boat instead of going bow hunting. Glad I did...it was a mess from all the leaves and everything in the console is moldy. I need to clean it all out and start over. I have it covered to keep leaves out but with all this humidity, mold is going rampant. My tool shed is the same way. Just no ventilation an hot, moist air causing a mess. Oh well...

Better get busy. Prayers offered. Have a good one.

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morning all. 30 this morning, headed to the high 60s with possible showers, either rain or snow.
Slept in, Gwyns' in the big city for some classes again. Have to find my own breakfast :(.
Finished up the sprinkler draining for the year, now to get all the equipment ready and parked inside the sheds.
Did take time and worked on the black powder rifle project some last night, starting to look good. Mouse pee/rust stains are hard to clean off. People really should take better care of things.
Better get, running late. Have a good day.
GOD BLESS. Dean
 

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Mornin boys...
69 here high on RUGER MT this morning.
Took off today to go smell smoke. Friend is wanting to shoot a few of his guns and
I have a gun to get lined up for another friend. Going to try and see if I can still shoot the little Rem 6ppc. It aint been shot in so long with the bullets that it liked, I just hope
I can jerk the trigger like I use too...lol
You all have a gooden today and GOD Bless...


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Great morning all,

28° with a mostly cloudy sky out here in the wiles of Wyoming. 41° for a high and a bit more snow predicted.

It was an odd trip for sure. It rained most of the way until we got to Cheyenne then it was snow. Not a lot but enough to slow traffic and travel. We arrived in time to read books to the grandkids and put them to bed.

As CarlP said "the view from the navigator seat in the Redneck Limo."



A little maintenance on the truck today is on the task list. roads will be greasy out in the desert today so I am not sure how much hunting for Elk will take place.
 

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Good morning everyone....at the shop and already finished up one little job, I had to put a new edge on a small bucket that was broke. Expecting a few po up jobs later as well maybe.

Spent the weekend in Ky. We picked my daughter up in Wilmore and headed to Harrodsburg to a little cabin on Herrington Lake. Hung around there and made a trip to Lexington to Sportsmans Warehouse where I picked up 2 boxes of 95g Vmax for my 260AI and the 6.5 creedmore for coyotes, also snagged a box of 52g matchburners to test out in my .221 fireball. We made it home Sunday night about 8pm after stopping to eat.

Hopefully I will get out again this evening to hunt as a lot of the fields and property I hit are void of crop now.

Scott that view out the window is not what I'm ready for yet here in Indiana...I like a couple good snows here and there as it makes coyote hunting better but damn sure not ready yet so don't drag that stuff back East with you when you return!

Hope everyone has a good day!
 
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