Discussion in 'Lost & Stolen Equipment' started by ratman36, Sep 9, 2017.
I go through Malvern all the time going to deer camp.
No shortage of deer here. Head south to Dallas County and you'll be lucky if you don't run over one.
That's where we hunt in Dallas county, about 15 miles south of Malvern on highway 9 down to hunter fite trail.
Yep. About 10 miles from my house. Say hey next time you're in the neighborhood.
Checkout the pawn shops even if there a few towns over.
My 145# female rottie scared the bejesus out of everyone. The FedEx guy backed in the driveway and threw the packages out his window. My point is get a dog.
A hog leaves no sign It is what happens to bigfoot carcasses lol
But you will have to get rid of any foot wear your self
For those of you that live in town, you can get wireless door chimes for about $30 and that will tell you whenever somebody opens your door to the house or the garage. Originally, I got one because my wife likes to walk up and talk to me without me noticing her while I'm running power tools. I keep telling her that one of these days, she's going to startle me and there goes my finger, but it goes in one ear and out the other.
Therefore, I put a sensor on the main house door that we use. Whenever she comes outside, I can hear it in the garage while I am working. You could also put another chime in the house with the sensor on the garage door, so if anybody opens it, the chime will wake you up. The chimes can read up to 3 sensors, but you can use the sensors on multiple chimes. The sensors do use batteries, so you'll have to swap them every few months, but it beats having your stuff stolen.
This is similar to the one that I bought. The exact listing that I bought is no longer available.
My dog is ferocious, she eats meth heads for lunch.
He is a huge baby, even climbs in the UPS truck to greet the driver. HOWEVER, do not walk into the house unless me or my wife lets you in. Not sure but a midget may be able to burglarize me, he loves kids.
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