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Old 09-06-2016, 04:15 PM   #59025
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So, we Leave to go camping after Farmer's Market Saturday, and early this AM little William Lewis made his entrance into the family.
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Old 09-06-2016, 04:25 PM   #59026
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Anyone new sign up for the GC at Fredericksburg KOA? Not sure if I am missing anyone or not. As off right now I show 10 RV's coming with their owners :-)
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Old 09-06-2016, 06:08 PM   #59027
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Martin, Sue, I'm still waiting on the gun Papa Steve is shipping me!

Got to my new deer stand today, found a note taped to a leg! Seems the gas company will be digging and repairing a gas line that runs below and near my stand. I'm really beginning to feel the deer may have something to do with all these set backs!
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Old 09-06-2016, 06:26 PM   #59028
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We are at our home camp, Dutch Cousins.
Brad just arrived. Said he's hungry. Nola made too much busgetti on purpose.
Much to do while here.
More later
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Old 09-06-2016, 06:36 PM   #59029
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Martin, Sue, I'm still waiting on the gun Papa Steve is shipping me!

Got to my new deer stand today, found a note taped to a leg! Seems the gas company will be digging and repairing a gas line that runs below and near my stand. I'm really beginning to feel the deer may have something to do with all these set backs!
To Whom it may concern,

We are the Gas company and we will be repairing a gas line below and around this odd looking structure. Please be aware this work will go on throughout the hunting season so sorry for your luck!
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Old 09-06-2016, 06:43 PM   #59030
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To Whom it may concern,

We are the Gas company and we will be repairing a gas line below and around this odd looking structure. Please be aware this work will go on throughout the hunting season so sorry for your luck!
Exactly!

And people say poor little deer! Gees!
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Old 09-06-2016, 07:56 PM   #59031
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Martin, Sue, I'm still waiting on the gun Papa Steve is shipping me!

Got to my new deer stand today, found a note taped to a leg! Seems the gas company will be digging and repairing a gas line that runs below and near my stand. I'm really beginning to feel the deer may have something to do with all these set backs!

Deer are smarter than the average bear....

Hope they dont tear anything down...
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Old 09-06-2016, 09:04 PM   #59032
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So... Little William needs some ooohhhmmmsss. His Daddy posted this..."We are going to Overland Park Regional, tomorrow, to get little William's (lump on his) back an MRI, to see if we can be more certain about what it is (or isn't). Doctors don't appear too concerned, but we're playing it safe for now."
I do know the sonogram they did on it showed some blood vessel involvement.
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Old 09-06-2016, 09:05 PM   #59033
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Deer are smarter than the average bear....

Hope they dont tear anything down...
You just never know!
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Old 09-06-2016, 09:16 PM   #59034
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Well well well, seems it's pick on Tim time.
You are so tall, and there is so much of you to pick on.

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Thankfully son had to go back to work today so barn raising put on hold till afternoon.

Headed to deer camp to bushhog and work on deer stand! My time!

Not sure if I posted it already but grand child #6 due in April

Early morning coolness has a few leafs falling! Means the mutant migration will be starting soon!
Dear stand! I thought yours was the falling down wooden structure.

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Hmmmm, how does one confirm the corn has stopped growing taller?
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Hope they dont tear anything down...
You sure have that right. They even have their own signs telling them were to cross the road. That must have been a training nightmare. Hey Tim, just go stand between some of those signs and wait. Don't get caught though.

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Yeah, we do.
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Old 09-06-2016, 09:28 PM   #59035
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Landed at Peregrine Pines Famcamp at the AF Academy, Colorado Springs, CO after leaving Rawlins, WY this morning. When we awoke the temperature in Rawlins was at 46˚ but soon warmed up as we headed toward the next destination here in CS CO.

Temp here at CS CO was around 80˚ when we arrived. I guess after spending so much time in wonderful weather it is time to buckle up and get to the warmer climes. Right now in our home town it is 83˚ with the daily highs for the next week in the mid to upper 80's. Oh well.
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So... Little William needs some ooohhhmmmsss. His Daddy posted this..."We are going to Overland Park Regional, tomorrow, to get little William's (lump on his) back an MRI, to see if we can be more certain about what it is (or isn't). Doctors don't appear too concerned, but we're playing it safe for now."
I do know the sonogram they did on it showed some blood vessel involvement.
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Sending prayers, good thoughts and ooohhhhmmmmsss too!
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Lots of prayers and ooohhhhmmmms to the little guy.
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Old 09-06-2016, 10:10 PM   #59038
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So... Little William needs some ooohhhmmmsss. His Daddy posted this..."We are going to Overland Park Regional, tomorrow, to get little William's (lump on his) back an MRI, to see if we can be more certain about what it is (or isn't). Doctors don't appear too concerned, but we're playing it safe for now."
I do know the sonogram they did on it showed some blood vessel involvement.
Thanks in advance.
Denise and I have our ooohhhmmmsss generators on high and aimed at your little guy. Hopefully the prognosis will be grand.
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