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    Posted: 08 June 2017 at 13:05
almost done. Will finish and launch on satruday.

My new boat is now 28 years old.

After a few rebuilds, the helms chair is shot, frame is
plywood with lots of padding and nagahide; and now rot..   
So tossed it out, ordered new fiberglass helms seat.
waiting now.

Going musky fishing for 3 days, without seat arrival,
I'll be standing and trolling. lots of nice big fish
this time of year.
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Your really making me look bad you know.,,,,,
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Hey, you are going to have a nice new Water bug!


Jow is she coming??

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Originally posted by d4570 d4570 wrote:

Your really making me look bad you know.,,,,,

I was thinking same thing, since you brought it up though, you make me look bad too.

My highlight of week, on Sunday afternoon, after I get off work, my Daughter asked me to take her out, to shoot a few of my pistols, so she can have one for her use. I'm probably going to let her shoot both my Ruger security six 38sp and Beretta 92.

She finally admitted, she's not comfortable shooting 380, too hard to handle, it scares her and Buckmark 22, isn't enough for home defense.

I'll take a couple shotguns for her to try also, have an old Savage .410 pump, that wouldn't be too bad for her. I've also got some powder puff 12gauge 7/8oz trap loads, even they might be too much for her.
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time spent with daughter sounds like perfect weekend
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Daughter ended up liking 9mm, better than 38sp. She had so much fun, I've about got daughter, to agree to starting grandson on .22, @ 6 years old, he's finally getting mature enough for shooting, beyond BB and pellet guns.

I set up a 25 to 50yd pistol, 22rf range at house, daughter tried it out this afternoon and said they'll have to bring Landyr over to try it out. She still hasn't committed, to me taking him hunting, after school, this fall, YET, for grouse and bunnies. Will depend on how he does the summer, I told her, how it'll do him good, to have some one on one time with grandpa, without Mom or Dad hovering. Landyr knows it does no good to argue, with Grandpa Robert, cuss I don't give in and when he stops listening, the fun stops too.
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