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Old 01-30-2014, 08:40 AM   #31
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Hey Phil,
You old retired guys need to be more careful in choosing your sport. Sounds like you need to take up knitting! (LOL!!!)

Waiting for part for slide to arrive. Supposed to be here sometime today.

Feel better.
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Old 01-30-2014, 11:54 AM   #32
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Ya no PP our land. I got up this morning and my shoulder and neck hurt so bad I could hardly put my shirt on. LOL I had fun shooting but darn I'm paying for it now.
There's another issue I didn't think about until just now...... In addition to dodging Saguaros, there's the problem of possibly having an unwelcome meeting with to some two-legged "coyotes". Over even the border patrol chasing them.

Either way, one could get shot outta the sky, no??

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Old 01-30-2014, 11:57 AM   #33
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Hey Phil,
You old retired guys need to be more careful in choosing your sport. Sounds like you need to take up knitting! (LOL!!!)

Waiting for part for slide to arrive. Supposed to be here sometime today.

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Baloney.... I'm 71 and would have a PP in a New York second if DW would play along. She's even afraid of my RC model helicopter!!

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Old 01-30-2014, 12:34 PM   #34
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I was only kidding Phil. We were together at the St. Augustine rally last week and know that he has neck issues. Just trying to lighten thing up for Phil because I know how active he is.
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Old 01-30-2014, 12:53 PM   #35
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I think I'll survive. It's amazing the sore spots you find when you do something new or haven't done in awhile.
As for getting shot out of the sky I guess we better leave border control to the professionals.
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Old 01-30-2014, 12:54 PM   #36
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Baloney.... I'm 71 and would have a PP in a New York second if DW would play along. She's even afraid of my RC model helicopter!!

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LOL you sound like DH! He comes from a long line of "need for speed" men....race tracks around Long Island have websites with pics of his dad.

He'd race in a NY second if I'd agree....uhhhh NO! He has a neck injury that could reduce him to a quadriplegic quicker than a NY second in a bad crash. And NO, a Hans device doesn't work as an argument with me.

Yeah, I want him to live his dreams, but I also want 'im to live long and camp often!

And speaking of coyotes, a co-worker just invited him to a coyote hunt this weekend, on a 7K acre farm near us. Since we normally stick to hunting for edibles I asked him how he felt 'bout that.

"honey, they're predators, they kill stock and other wildlife! they need to be thinned out!"

he's quick like that
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On a happy note

I think it would be fun to have a rally centered around outdoor sports like coyote hunting, firearms target shooting ect. Maybe Boo will have a PP by then. Any ideas? I know the range here in Okeechobee OK Corral has four RV sites but no sewer. They are planning to expand. There must be RV parks that cater to that.
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I think it would be fun to have a rally centered around outdoor sports like coyote hunting, firearms target shooting ect. Maybe Boo will have a PP by then. Any ideas? I know the range here in Okeechobee OK Corral has four RV sites but no sewer. They are planning to expand. There must be RV parks that cater to that.
Make it in the SW and I'd come with bells on!!!! 'Course most of the participants in this thread are Easterners, I think.

I can probably buy a nice used PP for $5K or less. Just hafta find some doofus that has had the "stuff" scared out of him and is HIGHLY motivated to sell out.



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I'm game for a outdoor rally!! I have wheels will travel.
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