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Old 08-11-2017, 01:54 PM
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Watch her and drive her nuts.. LOL!
So much for my introspective soul-searching and my cry out for help against an ever more plastic world after a night of no sleep.

Heck, maybe bird watching isn't so bad after all.
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I agree that is a shame that gun smithing skills are going, going, gone. What with plastic, CNC machining, and Mim parts, it's a lost art.

RE: bird watching, it's probably safer too.
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I agree that is a shame that gun smithing skills are going, going, gone. What with plastic, CNC machining, and Mim parts, it's a lost art.

RE: bird watching, it's probably safer too.
Well, I don't know about that. Seems that I must have disturbed some field sparrow nests when I was out bush-hogging my new retirement property and they were not very pleased about that. They were attacking me and my tractor like a scene out of Hitchcock's "The Birds"! It was kind of freaky for a while until I shut down the tractor and took cover.

And I'm supposed to go seek out and watch these things for pleasure once I stop gun collecting???

I'm not so sure that's such a great idea.
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Stare at your wife long enough, and it will be her with a rolling pin. Take your pick..
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Then bird watching it will be!
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