Slot on that lakes one fish limit between 21 and 23 inches from May 11th until May 31st. I won't even go there.
@muddstopper that's what I call an experience!
Makes me think of the old timers putting cork balls on the cane poles.
Crappie is good. This walleye my son caught this weekend woulda been awesome but it was out of the slot size. Had to go back.
Real sheot weather all weekend here. Mondays sposed to be our 1 dry day. None of those tornados here so can be thankful of that!
But, but, but... FIREWOOD!
Lit here this am now it's nice inside and out.
Got the wood in the shed stacked and some of the mowing done. Let it rain!
I also was told this may have been for pulling deer home. But I like my version so we'll go with that.
We often talk about the old ways... Especially how they dealt with snow. So I thought I'd share this now that it's all but gone. Their is a pull...
Sposed to be wet for the weekend so... I put 5 dumps of wood in the shed to keep busy with stacking for a while.
[img]half indian half white baby...
Was abusing a handyman jack the other day on a loaded trailer and dislodged a rib. Put my projects on hold for a bit. Really sucks cause it's so...
Burnt some trash with a few sticks. But it wasn't really necessary today.
Saw this on the news. Felt bad for the guy till they said he shot it. So now it's a wounded bear with cubs....
It should be that way or clutched but its direct drive. Would be simple to do even a hinge on the mounting plate with lever to give it some slack...
I can see em now.
Before just the car showed farther back.
Not a true scrounge but I moved the steel extensions for the 22-36 McCormick and found this. I can only assume the old man or one of my kids left...
We run on a 3hp B&S KL crank start from the 1930's direct drive double pulley. Don't use it for anything big and not more than about 1-2 cords a...
Probably hire someone to do it... Gooberment for ya!
Ticks are definitely out in force here. No bites yet but have found several crawling up my legs after being out in the tall dead weeds.
This was my dad in the early 70's. Before that all the wood was processed the old way. Cut and pile logs until enough dry logs were there. Then...
I had to look this one up.
a pair of pruning clippers for use with one hand.
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