Discussion in 'Adventure, Hiking, Backpacking and Travel' started by Theodore, Feb 24, 2017.
Afternoon dog walk... big wood, the mighty Izula, and a red eft.
Between looking for a new job, getting a new job, hating and quitting that new job and looking for a new job to hate. I haven't had time to get out for a good hike....today's the day! A couple posts back chuckleberry hound somehow lost his tags so I figured I'd retrace my steps to look for it problem is he sometimes gets a couple hundred yards in front of me zig zagging and focking with animals so I knew I wasn't gonna find it but had to try. I did find a nice new trail though
Found a bigass burl
Beautiful day to be out looking for something you'll never find!
Subway with Dad. Then went for a drive thru farm country.
Your beard is EPIC!
Thanks man! I've been working on it for a lot of years.
I was at work today. The frustration level grows daily. Tired of the drivers always being blamed for everything.
everything is driver error and the office/dispatch staff cannot or will not admit when their wrong.
Had to take a junior driver for beers to calm him down several days ago. He punched his door in frustration........
anyways. days over. **** show begins again tomorrow.
Started the 2017 antler shed season today. Only found two sheds.
Bumped some javalina on my way to the higher elevations.
This doe wasn't sure what I was.
Some of the views.
Side of the road with a rotted out radiator on the ten ton tandem axle .....
smoke shop for some tobacco. zig zag menthol and paladin black cherry pipe tobacco
At my parents house. Helping them install their new laminate floor.
Last night was my cousins 40th birthday party and I tried to drink my bodyweight in Bud Light. Today is miserable.
Bud light does that to me, that's why I stick to COORS light
It was free so I can't complain.
Ain't noth'n free, your paying for it today
Quick walk with Chuck today on the trails next to my apartment. This could possibly be a 375 yr old rock wall
The amount of dead cedar here is large...free fire wood for the next decade
Small short trail but a lot of history in these here woods
I never burned cedar, none on my property. How is it for fuel... is the smoke pleasant?
It smells awesome