Thanks a lot pal, hoping to find a few things to do That sounds like a special weekendIt should be a good weekend.
Going to watch my son play with the Sac State Marching Band at the football game on Saturday.
Sunday, we are going to a Cornhole tournament. It's to benefit my best friend's memorial foundation.
Hope you have some fun activities planned for yourself too, my friend. Have a great weekend.
I would have seen the crack in the soffit if I'd looked, but after three bats in two nights I called for help instead. The guy put a one-way door over the entry point to get the bats out, and then sealed the crack. I could have done something like that, but he also tightened up my chimney flues, which is beyond my gumption and might have strained my skills.Glad it’s almost in your rear view mirror, Jerry!
Did you figure out how bats got in your house and rectify that?
pssst ... be sure to check that your new recliner didn't "borrow" your new tapper while you were testing (napping in?) it. That looks like a nice one.I'll have this newly arrived yesterday Scout Trapper in my pocket ready to go while I spend probably the best part of the day testing my new recliner.
Good luck at the river! I had some work in Pamlico County yesterday so I stopped twice (in Oriental and at the mouth of Dawson Creek on the Neuse River) to try my luck for flounder. I caught blue fish and red fish but no flounder - however a fish is a fish when your catching!Thinking I may hit the river today. You guys talking about fishing...
Very nice, appears to be the Ulster 58OT with different handles, shield and stainless steel. OH
Good to see you back here. I know I'm not the only one that appreciates your contributions to this thread (and subforum in general).It's been a spell since I've posted in this thread. My daily carries aren't overly varied in recent months and I haven't had a lot of time to devote to pictures anyway.
Thought I would take a break this morning and share - a #43 Oregon Trapper and a Jack Black SFO (Hartshead Barlow) for me today. Oh, and my 5th cup of coffee...