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  • Broken Arrow
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    Yes he is.

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  • gilisi
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    Hope you all have a good thanksgiving day. Creator is good to us!

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  • OLChemist
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    Thank you for the reminder to get my head out of someplace dark and put my eyes back where they belong.



    I just took my pumpkin pie out of the oven and finished a batch of cranberry chutney. I couldn't get a small turkey this year and doing all that work for just me was a little too sad. I've got a batch of carne adovada in the crock pot. I do have to make green bean casserole and corn soufflé.

    I've Christmas shopped all morning. I sent mom 6 lb of pecans and 5 lbs of walnuts for her Christmas baking. She has been baking up a storm while confined. I think she's made the entire neighborhood fat! I hit a sale and was able to get the 50+ candy bars I give everyone at work. I got my aunt and my cousins their presents. About half my list is done.


    I'm going to head out to the studio shortly. I did forget to turn the heat on. The first hour is going to be a bit nippy LOL. I must finish some Christmas presents in the next two weeks.

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  • wardancer
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    And even with that , there are always things to be thankful for ! I pray and give thanks everyday , but especially today ! Our societies in turmoil , elders and families in isolation , loved ones sick and dying alone , this country is so screwed up in so many ways , but we as ndn people need to remember to thank Creator for all the thing he gives us , to help our people and our culture survive and thrive. Our peoples have survived worse that this and with Creator's help we will still be around for years to come ! Everyone have a safe , healthy and thankful Thanksgiving day !

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  • OLChemist
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    Well, last night's tornado was an EF2. It tore up at least one apartment complex and knocked a wall of a fast food place onto some cars in the drive-thru. A bunch of families are out of their homes, but no one was killed.

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  • OLChemist
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    2020 the year that keeps on giving.

    Pandemic, economic collapse, toilet paper shortages, rioting, murder hornets, epic hurricane season, fires, turkey rationing, and now tornado sirens and funnel clouds in late Nov.... Anyone betting on Santa Claws, the zombie elves and his eight demon reindeer?

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  • OLChemist
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    Well, I have another installment in the saga of Jet.

    For as long as I've been owned by Jet, he's hung out with two huge orange male cats that were also born in the feral cat colony across the street. They used to roam the neighborhood getting into the trash cans and emptying other outdoor cat's food bowls. One of my long departed next door neighbors called them the orange tail gang. Recently, my new next door neighbor's dainty little Elizabeth Warren has joined the trio.

    Despite all these cats having "owners," they all still raid food dishes and beg meals from other people. Jet and Libby are both fairly svelte cats, but the two orange boys look like basketballs with legs. Apparently one of these two cats is now pre-diabetic. He has been confined to his home and is on a special diet. When you walked by the house, you would see him in the window, wailing. He's been locked up since Jet's fight. But this weekend, his owner snapped and the cat was out emptying Jet's food bowl.

    Yesterday, the folks one door down and across the back alley from me were smoking some meat, a brisket I think. You could smell it all up and down the block. Around dinner time I was coming back in from the studio, when I heard a rather loud, somewhat profane, exclamation coming from the yard with the smoker. I looked over. Sitting on the 2x4 along the top of fence was the entire orange tail gang, with Jet and Libby, plus a couple other neighborhood cats. Seven cats along a 45' fence.

    My money was on the cats.
    Last edited by OLChemist; 11-24-2020, 10:40 PM.

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  • OLChemist
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    *Rose thaws out some of her precious flame roasted green chili for the cornbread.*

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  • wardancer
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    Well , after years of hunting trophies and eating some gamey meat , I came to realize that the better meat is a 2-3 yr. old doe ! I try to shoot them high in the neck , kills instantly , they don't run , no adrenaline , no testosterone , you don't ruin any meat , you don't have to look for or chase them cause they drop right there !I have 18 in the last 3 years and never had any issues !
    You show up on the 4th and I'll have meat in the tree hanging and a couple in the freezer already !

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  • Broken Arrow
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    Than huntsmann salvation.

    Yes, the 6.5 Creedmore will do over the 125 yards up to 300 yards or perhaps even more what the 30-30 can't.

    If the power at the longe range is enough for deer. And if you hit where you aim for a clean shot.

    The regulatuions for hunting are quite differnet between the federal states in the US and Germany.

    BTW, I have Lingonberries too meat.

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  • OLChemist
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    Lunch on Dec 4? I'll bring the cornbread, pecan and pumpkin pies, and a tub of homemade fudge.

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  • wardancer
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    I asked him to go ahead and sight it in , because he actually picked the rifle up for me and said he could go ahead and install the scope. We've always looked through a scope the same and have the same eye relief ! I figured if it was off at all it wouldn't be much, and I could always "fine tune it" !I don't think I need to do anything to it ! My 30-30 is my go to brush gun. It's dead on at 50yds and only about an inch off at 100 ! I've killed deer out as far as 136 yards with it , but missed one at 165 yards. This 6.5 creedmore will remedy that ! LOL I'll have both with me , that way if that deer is way out there I still have a chance ! Wednesday I'll go out ans set my blinds and get everything ready. Season starts Dec.2nd
    Everyone stay safe and healthy !

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  • Broken Arrow
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    Originally posted by wardancer View Post
    That's really not bad considering my brother installed the scope and sighted it in for me and this was the first time I've actually shot the rifle !
    Than your brother seems to have the same eyesight. LOL, know enough people who let their scoped rifle be sighted in and don't hit better than muzzleloader shooters with iron sights.

    OK, it's only 50 m (55 yards) or 100 m (109 yards).

    OK, over here for hunting you should sight in on 100 m for a high shot of 4 cm (1.6 inch).
    Last edited by Broken Arrow; 11-22-2020, 02:55 AM.

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  • wardancer
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    That's really not bad considering my brother installed the scope and sighted it in for me and this was the first time I've actually shot the rifle ! I think it will kill deer ! And my 30-30 has already paid for itself numerous times !
    No sense shooting more , it'd just be wasting ammo !LOL

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  • wardancer
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    well , I went out a few days ago to check my deer rifles. Set 1 target (old dvd w/target spot in the center) at 75 yards. My 30-30 Marlin destroyed it first shot ! Only found pieces. Paper target at 200 yards. 6.5 Creedmore, 1st shot 143 gr. ELDX 2nd shot 129gr. SPBT
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