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Posted - January 21 2006 :  11:22:51 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote

Did some Tree dropping with the Wife this afternoon in the snow.

One line of Kitty Tracks going west to east.

Get up here. ;)

That Cat ain't got nothin' you ain't got, and it's dadgum good to know it's the truth.

Hang in there!

Spoil the family for us, and keep holding the line!

Tomorrow ain't a plan, unless we accept it as nothing more than a promise, and plan accordingly!

Rick, it would be great to have you at H&S 2006.
Many lessons to be learned and passed, are yours to be shared.


Keep the Rifle handy!
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Posted - January 22 2006 :  02:53:52 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
"Tomorrow ain't a plan, unless we accept it as nothing more than a promise, and plan accordingly!"

I really like that!
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Posted - May 12 2006 :  11:29:49 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote

Got a call from the cardioligist's office yesterday, cholesterol is "Great". "Keep up whatever you're doing, don't change a thing." Must be the meds. I have been rehearsing for a stress test in August. Been walking several local trails. The odd thing is, the closer I am to "civilization", the more wild animals I see. Have not lured out the kitty with my shuffling along.

The Mrs wants to go to Arizona this summer to see the newest grandchild (#6), which is due to arrive by the end of this month. Appears I may not make it to the 2006 H&S.

Have been getting some shooting done. I need to do a might bit more. The wiff asks if I walked, and I tell her, "Yes, twenty-five yards at a time."

My Best to all
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Posted - May 12 2006 :  11:35:55 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
GOOD NEWS! my stress tests (every 6 months) are progresively better and my mid-30's Dr says he'd kill for my colesteral level.

Keep it up-we're waiting on grandchild #16.

"The greatest thing a Father can do for his children is to love their Mother."

Harold B. Lee

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Posted - May 12 2006 :  3:49:34 PM  Show Profile  Send GLV an ICQ Message  Send GLV a Yahoo! Message  Reply with Quote
Sounds good Rick--keep it up!!

'the world is round everywhere'

'The meek will inherit the earth, but only after the last soldier has left it to them in his will'
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