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  1. 8 hours ago, Chas B. Wolfson, SASS #11104 said:

    :FlagAm: So here is the deal.  Apple Annie is having a birthday on 9JAN.  Now, I am not going to directly say how many years, BUT, She was 25 in 10/1977 when we were married and this is 2022.  So this one is a milestone.  So the favor I am asking is for you to post a Birthday greeting.  I plan on not showing her until the morning of.  She is kind of not excited about this one.  She also had a left knee replacement about two months ago which is adding to the overall feeling she is not twenty anymore.

    I sincerely appreciate one and all making her day brighter.


    Chas B Wolfson

    P.S.  I never thought I'd be married to an old woman:ph34r:  


    You are not married to an old woman,  she is married to an old man!!!!

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  2. I shoot Ruger Bisley's chambered in .475 Linebaugh and .41 mag with 5 1/2 inch barrels.  The Linebaugh has custom grips to help handle the recoil.  It's a good hard shooter for dangerous game.  The .41 is just about perfect for everything else and comfortable to shoot.  Also shoot Blackhawks in .45, pumped up with the Ruger only information again the recoil is manageable and can handle any game.

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  3. 27 minutes ago, Allie Mo, SASS No. 25217 said:

    Some of you have asked that I remind you when we hit the Big Five Oh! Well we made it today to fifty years of marriage.


    So far I've had 3 of potentially 6 Chemos. I set two records at the Amador Sutter Hospital. Not the good kind.  They were a 0.001 and 0.000 WBCs. :o I felt much better after a blood transfusion. 


    All for now. Don't forget me.



    Happy Anniversary, 50 is a Big One.  In our prayers for the white guys to get back on the job.  don't underestimate the power of a smile even when Chemo makes it seem impossible.

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  4. 17 minutes ago, Chief Rick said:

    Looking at the slides on the smaller TT's, I don't like what I see.  They almost all operate via wire rope/cables.


    We've had a TT before and we find that the only time we were in it was to change clothes and sleep.

    We prefer to do our cooking outside (and this camper has an external LP gas connection).

    The additional floorspace would be nice, but I don't want the extra weight and complexity.


    We could see using this one at least one a month going to local matches (our local matches are at least two hours away).

    These would also be more boondocking experiences.


    We could see using State Parks when travelling but we'd rather stay on the range(s) when possible.

    Neither of us care for today's RV parks.

    Buy it, treat it nice. so when you trade it in for a 5th wheel with two slides you will get top penny.  It rains, it snows, it blows, getting you and your friends inside might be important.  Or not your mileage may vary.

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  5. Chinook was a rare breed, he loved his kids.  Protect and love was his creed.  A German Shepard by breeding a policeman by training, a nanny by providence.  He didn't like cars and so any patrol could take him home.  DJ was five and the twins were on the way he bonded with those kids.  At the end DJ had to hold him for the Vet to even get into the room.  It took three shots to get him while being held in DJ's arms a senior in high school and the tough starting defensive end with the tears running down his cheeks.  We all think he was trying to protect DJ from the needle was why it took so much to put him under.  Damn good dog and a damn good friend.  The screen is blurry now; good day  

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