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  • Foxton Gundogs
    Good now if Bonehead will stay in the office and let them do their job they MAY have a team next year
  • Foxton Gundogs
    I joined it, it's a site. I am part of many sites, always nice to "do the rounds" and see what's going on. I wish all the hunting sites nothing but good. Like Foxton said "ffs it's the net"
  • Foxton Gundogs
    Our registration goes by engine HP under 10 HP no reggie hence all the 9.9 outboards. the good thing is some of the 9.9 cowls fit on the 15 HP motors.
  • Foxton Gundogs
    Foxton Gundogs replied to the thread finally made it home.
    Not my type of wheel gun but very nice none the less glad you finally got it.
  • ianwuzhere
    ianwuzhere replied to the thread Buying your first home..
    Ive been eyeballing houses the last while- soon want to be a first time home buyer- but I have this image in my head of a larger yard closer to town, space for a shop or a shop, average house -3 bedroom? with one bedroom suite or suite...
  • sealevel
    after close to a month .
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  • Big Lew
  • Big Lew
  • Big Lew
    Big Lew liked gunseller's post in the thread Snowflakes.
    Now the non hos are offended because Santa did not call for them. Steve
  • Big Lew
    Big Lew replied to the thread Buying your first home..
    Enticing for sure but I'm not moving...they'll be dragging me out of this place by my boot straps.
  • Big Lew
    Big Lew replied to the thread must be a curse.
    Never been a person that can sleep in unless I'm very sick. I've always awakened early and am instantly ready to go. I see some people take up to an hour to fully be awake. When I first met my wife I was astonished to learn that both she and my...
  • Big Lew
    I like it when it is early and quiet. A guy can sit with a cup of coffee and enjoy the day as it slowly unfolds and wakes up. Lots of things going on in the early a,m, if a person takes the time to look and listen.
  • Big Lew
    Me too, doesn't matter what time i go to bed i am always up early. I don't sleep all that well at the best of times but i am not tired during the day so i must be getting enough sleep. Mind you i think the morning is the best time of the day.
  • Iron Glove
    Iron Glove replied to the thread must be a curse.
    Have always been an early riser - would be at the Downtown Office by about 7:00 sipping a cuppa, now it's hard breaking the routine in retirement. At the cabin I sleep until the dogs see me open an eye then they are all over me, rarin' to go. At...
  • Foxton Gundogs
    Foxton Gundogs replied to the thread Handmade Knives For Sale.
    ll kidding aside, what awesome Xmas gifts for any outdoorsman/woman. CC and I each have one ou our saddles, I have a couple in my pack and another for my belt. Then of course there is the Iron Lady. As another Jim was said to have called his beauty
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  • Foxton Gundogs
    Foxton Gundogs replied to the thread must be a curse.
    I am usually up by six and doing chores. Then on the puter for a bit and sometimes I lay down again for 1/2 hr or so before getting on with the dy.
  • sealevel
    sealevel replied to the thread rust valley restorers.
    https://www.google.com/search?q=rust+valley+restorers&rlz=1C1CHBF_enCA808CA808&oq=rust+vally&aqs=chrome.1.69i57j0l5.14199j0j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8
  • sealevel
    sealevel replied to the thread must be a curse.
    i love the mornings! in the summer i am up and outside at dawns early crack . but sometimes in the winter i would like to sleep in a bit like maybe 7am
  • P
    Mornings are the best time of day - after a cuppa of course. That's when most of the stuff gets done. I like to do what I have to do - get it done and over with and then I can relax in the later afternoons and putter around in my little...
  • blacktail
    Have a few on the block here One on the left is gone Middle one is slim handle skinner cocobolo handle 154CM steel $250 Right is hunter design ironwood handle and D2 steel $275 Left caping knife imitation ivory handle 440C steel $150...
  • P
    Piperdown replied to the thread must be a curse.
    Me too, doesn't matter what time i go to bed i am always up early. I don't sleep all that well at the best of times but i am not tired during the day so i must be getting enough sleep. Mind you i think the morning is the best time of the day.
  • sealevel
    sealevel replied to the thread free pork.
    10 years ago my friend and i were given a pet named betty . a young farm boy had raised a sow for 4H but when he turned 16 he didn`t want it . the family didn`t want to eat the pet . we were told we could have it . this hog was 8 feet long a...
  • sealevel
    this waking up early sometimes is a curse . i even sleep in sometimes tell 5 am .
  • sealevel
    sealevel replied to the thread Buying your first home..
    and even if you save the down payment . you will never pay that mortgage off ...you will have to will it to your kids
  • Foxton Gundogs
    Yes, it's a very scary situation for most young people beginning their lives. Sure there are many that are able to jointly secure relatively high paying jobs which enable them to save enough for their down payment, but their mortgages are...
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