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Rhody 09-15-2019 10:23 AM

The Watering Hole 9-16-2019
 
Howdy folk's, and welcome to this week's edition of TWH!

Summer is slowly shrinking in the rear view mirror, and the weather is perfect for enjoying all kinds of outdoor activities! Get out there!

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"So tell us again why you do that!"



Enjoy!



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robs9 09-15-2019 10:29 AM

So true. Camping with my son in the Boy Scouts during the winter. Night time it's like the whole world stops. With snow on the ground it's so Quiet.

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Szumi 09-15-2019 10:40 AM

In.

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Mike Clark 09-15-2019 10:50 AM

Glad for the flip.
I almost exhausted all of my knowledge of ducks answering that one duck question in the last TWH.

Rhody 09-15-2019 10:56 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Mike Clark (Post 11608683)
Glad for the flip.
I almost exhausted all of my knowledge of ducks answering that one duck question in the last TWH.

Ha! :)

I will adjust the opening photos!

So a duck goes into the pharmacy and puts some Chapstick on the counter. The pharmacist says, "Will that be cash?" The duck replies, "Just put it on my bill!"



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Mike Clark 09-15-2019 10:58 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Rhody (Post 11608697)
Ha! :)

I will adjust the opening photo!

So a duck goes into the pharmacy and puts some Chapstick on the counter. The pharmacist says, "Will that be cash?" The duck replies, "Just put it on my bill!"



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You couldn't work a "waddle it be" into that?

Rhody 09-15-2019 11:01 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Mike Clark (Post 11608703)
You couldn't work a "waddle it be" into that?

That quacked me up! Shoulda thought of it!

New pic added!



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wookness 09-15-2019 11:08 AM

In, for a minute, then out to worry some clays for a bit before it becomes too hot to enjoy doing so.

Will also take a look at progress on our rifle pistol ranges, now scheduled for completion by month's end, God willing and the creek don't rise. When doing construction/renovation/remodeling patience really is a virtue. It would be easy to become a geezer asking 'are we there yet? I'll refrain, of course, but its like waiting for Christmas.

Topped off the vehicles yesterday for $2.16/gal. for corned gas. Sense that it may be a while before I get to purchase it that inexpensively again anytime soon. :( Had bought it for close to $2/gal. recently! Where is that raven anyway(!)? I've heard that black bird before.

Chicken livers!

flyingsquirrel 09-15-2019 11:09 AM

In and at peace. Same to all

COW 54 09-15-2019 11:18 AM

In...

A rainy day here at the ranch.

When it lets up I've gotta go and make a milk run (got everything but, yesterday).

Life is good!


:F

1917-1911M 09-15-2019 11:44 AM

If I can't get on the first page....I just won't post. Morning folks. 1917

bs812 09-15-2019 12:05 PM

Moving into my favorite time of the year here in the midwest

bunnytoo 09-15-2019 12:42 PM

Man I worked all summer, all day, all weeks. Sigh... Well winter is the best eight months of the year here.

gewehrfreund 09-15-2019 12:56 PM

The trouble with posting "must-read" stuff late in the TWH is that it might get missed or not read by everyone for their own enlightenment.:)


Wook asks:
Sounds like a cool acquisition, GF! The new Hornet. I was envious of the good varmint shooting opportunities at ground hogs that existed from the Ohio valley thru New England and read all that I could on the subject as a young man. Rock chucks in the NW too. Closest P-dog towns I had access to were just out of Farmers Valley, TX. First .22 Hornet I had was a Savage 340(?) w/a K-4 on it. It wasn't very accurate, but the magic was sometimes present in its cone of wobble. Later, I had a custom stocked model 43 Winchester that drove me batty trying to get it to shoot tight groups, it never did or said another way, I didn't. Both of those rifles long gone and replaced w/ hornets that will shoot. Do you eat any of the ground hogs taken? I've heard they are good table fare, but never had the opportunity to verify that. Of course there are folks that will tell you possum is too, but my experience there says otherwise. I think you could prolly serve a small multitude on a single possum; I never noticed anyone going for seconds. Who's barrel is in your low-wall? Will be interested in a shooting report when you get time.



And I answer:
Yes it is a cool acquisition, IMHO. I've always admired them, especially for the wood that Browning used to put on them. This one has what I'd rate their middle of the road figure from that period (1995). I've seen some wildly beautiful stocks on these, but also some fairly plain ones, and that high gloss finish does nothing for plain wood.:rolleyes: I'll be sure to do a range report after the first outing (if it turns out well ;)). P.S. It's all factory, so it has whatever barrel brand Browning used for these. I'll try to get a picture up once I decide which of about 7 scope choices I decide on.

I once had a Win. M43 in 22 Hornet many years ago and it too was a mediocre shooter at best. I've never really been a fan and fail to understand the fascination and subsequent pricing in relation to this model.
Some of those Sav. 340s were very accurate by all accounts. My brother once had one in 225 Win. :eek:, but then, he likes French military rifles too.:rolleyes:



I've never partaken of woodchuck/groundhog, but know those who have. Fans of Foxfire back in the day.
Unless you get all the brown fat out ( and there are various little pockets and nodules of it), it will taste like a soup made of old socks and worn out shoes. I can vouch for beaver being very tasty, but they don't hibernate and have that nasty brown fat.:t







In other news, I decided to head up to Waterloo for the last silhouette shoot of the season. I only went because I really wanted to try out the Springfield 1922M2 with iron sights. That, and otherwise I'd have had to go with the spousal unit up to dog sit the daughter's boyfriend's dog while he was having fun somewhere and the daughter was in NYC for a girls getaway. Don't get me started. . . . .


Anyway, I ended up with a herky-jerky 22. I promised myself I'd be happy with anything from 20 or above, so :yippee:



Carrij 09-15-2019 01:11 PM

Headed north for a 55th class reunion this coming Friday-Saturday. Traded in air conditioning for blankets. Nice cool refreshing New England fall weather. Looking forward to seeing how old everyone else has gotten! :eek:


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