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Jabez Cowboy,SASS # 50129

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  1. Howdy Walt. Hope all's with you and the Mrs. We are well and safe here. Different world isn't it?

    Idaho Muleskinner  aka: Larry

    1. Jabez Cowboy,SASS # 50129

      Jabez Cowboy,SASS # 50129

      Howdy Muleskinner :

      This past year has been a year of blessings and Challenges .

      Oct. 2019 our Churches Pastor steppped down , leaving me as Church board Sec. to care for our People as well as the operation of the Church .... Then COCID hit in the spring of 2020,,,  May  of 2020 I was Granted My Local Preachers License , So I have been caring for and preaching for coming on one year ... 2020 saw the addition on two new Grandsons and one Grandaughter  .

      Since a lot of shoots were  cancelled and one of my friends riding Motorcycles , I dusted of the old Bike a Suzuki GS 650 GL and got back on two wheels, so since about Oct. and till now I /We 

      (da Boss ) over the winter have ridden around 2,500 KM.

      The Boss ( Marilyn ) Expressed interest in a bike with a more comfortable seat for her , So I'm sad to say I have to buy a new to me Honda 1,200 Shadow Spirit with Bags and Trunk .  Bought it from a 93 year old life long rider , it is a 2005 model and had only 16,400 Km on the Clock and looked like new .... He couldn't handle this heavy a bike any more, and was happy to see it go to someone who would appreciate it ...

      I used the rest of my slack time to catch up on some Smithing work and even recut the the breech end of the barrels on my new pair of Cattlemen SAA in .38-40 (squaring it up and making the Cylinder gap an even 6 thou.

       

      I hope I haven't bored you to death , and look forward to shooting with you again ,,, Soon I hope !!!

       

      Walter  

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