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Old 03-26-2015, 01:01 PM   #1653
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Good Afternoon, Busy day today, appointments ect. Curtis, I couldn't think of a better way to spend some time than at a pistol range. Unless its going for a ride on your bike. I think I'd have a storm shelter living down that way, just for peace of mind. Gordon, I can't say that I feel that best that I can but I'm kicking, (softly...softly) Tim, glad you feel better.
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Old 03-26-2015, 01:21 PM   #1654
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Good Afternoon, Busy day today, appointments ect. Curtis, I couldn't think of a better way to spend some time than at a pistol range. Unless its going for a ride on your bike. I think I'd have a storm shelter living down that way, just for peace of mind. Gordon, I can't say that I feel that best that I can but I'm kicking, (softly...softly) Tim, glad you feel better.
Hi Terry, glad to hear you're feeling better and the new knee is progressing; albeit not as quickly as you'd like! You'll be back @ 100% before you know it

Think I'll take your advice and get some quality time on two wheels in this afternoon...

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Old 03-26-2015, 02:34 PM   #1655
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You guys down in Texas sure have me thinking I should visit that's for sure, that pic of that highway don't help looks like its calling.............
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Terry I hear the same call. "Gordon - come ride me!" Looks like a bunch of nice sweeping curves. My favorite.
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Yeah, That is definitely a great road for riding anything. Really makes me want to retire early but I can't.


I also agree with the pistol range. I love shooting guns, it is so relaxing! take care, Lynne
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All this talk about going to the shooting range makes me want to explain my position------full disclosure and all. I am a firm believer in gun control.

I believe you should hit what you are aiming at.

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Good Evening, Gordon, I'm with you love those sweeping turns, we have a road here (state route 30) that goes towards the Canada border, once you get above the big towns and can stretch out a bit, it rolls right up, nice bit of road. Love shooting also, don't get a chance to do that very often these days, Ron truer words have never been spoken .
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Good Evening, Gordon, I'm with you love those sweeping turns, we have a road here (state route 30) that goes towards the Canada border, once you get above the big towns and can stretch out a bit, it rolls right up, nice bit of road. Love shooting also, don't get a chance to do that very often these days, Ron truer words have never been spoken .
Hi Terry,

You have LOTS of places in NY to ride, believe me, I've been there many times Here's just one ride, I think it was NY 55 going west. That's a pretty nice road…the field to the left of the bike looked so much like that Windows background image of times past. That's why I stopped there, to get a pic of that as well.
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I go to the pistol range I always include 1-3 of my Browning Hi Powers.
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Good Morning, Hi Carl, I guess when you live and ride the same roads you have a tendency to take them for granted, we live around 90 miles from Vermont, and go there several times a year and wander into CT. love the area. HH, I take out my old Colt 1911 and exercise it once in a while, gotta love those big ole holes it puts in things. DW had an uncle that loved to shoot he would get old bowling pins from a bowling ally he knew and we would shoot them for hrs.
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I never got to do bowling pins. But I do plastic containers of water with food coloring in them.
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HH, We did that too and would put gelatin in them.
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