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Author: bighairymike Big gold star, 5000 posts Old School Fool Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 736962  
Subject: Re: Turkey day Date: 11/22/2012 9:15 PM
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I bet art slaved away in the kitchen all day and is sacked on his lazy boy recliner sawing logs. I imagine a few others are doing the same thing.

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A beautiful cool blue sky day in these parts, a great day to be outside. So I started by spending a few hours doing tractor work. My giant burn piles were now reduced to ashes so it was good time to haul off the dirt and ash before starting new burn piles.

After that, I went to my rifle range and sighted in the deer rifle. Hunting trip to Oklahoma coming up next week. Second shot I didn't have the rifle butt firmly planted on my shoulder and the recoil pushed the scope into my nose. I got a decent sized cut that bled a lot. After the bleeding stopped, I finished with the deer rifle and then ran a few magazines through my pistol. I hadn't practived in a long time and it showed. I was shooting at an 8 in saw blade from about 10 yards and could only hit the thing about one time in four.

After that I did a little carpentry work on barn 2.0 before heading home.

Dinner was some of that basalmic pork loin I made a while back. I froze half of it then, and tonight it was dinner. I sliced five half inch slices off the roast and fried them in some olive oil with some spices and a few slices of onion. Dipped the pieces in some bbq sauce as I ate in front of the TV. Washed it all down with lots of delicious milk. Burp!
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