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March 5, 2014 at 2:59 pm #7777
No dynasty yet but I am working on it!
He has started to make baby noises and recognize things around him. He has discovered his hands and arms and is starting to wave them around and grab at things. We were sitting in the recliner a couple nights ago and be propped his head up and turned to his right. All of sudden he threw his head back, his eyes got real wide and he stared at the window. I look over and I can see his reflection in the window. I think he was also staring at his reflection and trying to figure out what was in the window.March 5, 2014 at 2:56 pm #7776
Good to hear the dogs are ok and on the mend! They are our best friends.March 5, 2014 at 2:54 pm #7775
JC had to be sedated. Apparently he was running around the nursing home grabbing the nurses and asking where they put his duck calls.February 21, 2014 at 11:51 pm #7730
Thanks guys! It’s been one hell of a ride so far. I admit, kind of a man bitch. I never figured I would change this many diapers. She has been cool, our first trip out of the house was up to the land and I buried the truck in a big snow drift. She just laughed and the kid was loving the 4 wheeling.
Congrats to dirt clods! If you are in the delivery room, get ready, that is crazy. Go epidermal right away. When she is pregnant the mood swings happen fast.February 17, 2014 at 1:39 pm #7711
Good to hear he is back on his feet and doing well!January 31, 2014 at 6:44 pm #7663
I tried posting some pics from his website but I am new to this iPad. Check out his website, it is pretty crazy.January 31, 2014 at 6:39 pm #7662
From everything I have heard, Rick is legit. They have 350+ bird days. He spent a bucket load of money and bought all new hard core snows this year. They shipped them in sea containers and dropped them off with Semi’s. it took them weeks to un box them all. This year they have a second pit that is about 10 miles away with 8 or 10 thousand decoys.
They have landing strips that lead right to the pit and run a lot speakers. I think they hunt 8 from the pit. It would be sight to see. I was hoping to go in February but my wife and I had our first kid and that plan disappeared. I heard they are located between severely,large lakes and cooling ponds that hold a pile of birds.January 30, 2014 at 3:00 am #7652
I am out for this spring but hope to get after them next spring. There is outfitter in central Illinois that is running 13,000 full body decoys. I think I will see if has any openings next year and try that. They killed 3,600 snows last year, I figure I have a chance and getting into them with those kind of numbers. The last couple spring hunts have been kind of slow.January 16, 2014 at 11:44 am #7612
My 2014 bucket list- I want my kid to be healthy and happy and introduce him to the outdoors. I want to take him out and show him all sorts of critters, tree’s and anything and everything mother nature has to offer. I want/need to get a new job. My hotel is being bought and closed and the new management company runs a different kind of sales office. I wouldn’t mind getting a .410 and shooting a limit of green heads with it. If not green heads a limit of drake woodies. I want to shoot a P&Y buck with my bow. I want to take a waterfowl trip with Dad and Brother, somewhere where my Dad can shoot ducks in a corn field. Ducks and corn is on his buck list so I figure we can get 2 things out of the buckets with that trip.January 8, 2014 at 11:51 am #7546
Nice work Click. Keep stacking them up!January 8, 2014 at 11:50 am #7545
This cold snap pushed the local geese out and It is has been some time since I have seen that. Most of the water is frozen and I am not even seeing the small flocks heading out in the afternoon. The river is still holding some birds and they are feeding in the cow crap spread out in the fields. Some real die hard birds.
I know some folks through FB and my Hardcore gig that are wearing the birds out in Kansas, Southen Missouri and Oklahoma. I guess the hunting in SD was unbelievable this year. When I read these reports, it makes me wish I didn’t live in the cheddar head state.December 27, 2013 at 2:28 pm #7506
My dog wasn’t a ‘rescue’ dog per se but her first owner was a real A hole. When we got her, she was scared to death of men and about everything really. It is amazing what time, affection and caring will do for a lab. My girl has done a 180 and is now a pretty good hunting dog. She will never be a trial dog or do 200 yard blinds retrieves but she hunts hard, protects the house and her ‘mom’ ( my wife) like no other and has kind of grown to like other people but still doesn’t trust anyone but my wife and I.December 26, 2013 at 8:57 am #7502
Im a day late but Merry Christmas!December 18, 2013 at 12:41 pm #7445
This will be the first Christmas day that I won’t be with my family. My wife can’t travel more than a half hour from home and she has to work Christmas night. I am planning on cooking my wife a nice breakfast then heading out and chasing roosters. Then in the afternoon doing some late season bow hunting.December 18, 2013 at 12:39 pm #7444
Some of you guys have gone through a lot, sounds like 2013 will be a better year in the rear view mirror.
My 2013 was pretty good. My dog really came around and is figuring out hunting. I got to hunt in Sask and that was amazing. My wife and I are expecting our first kid, a healthy young me, that is what I am praying for anyway. I was able to get out after ducks and geese on a couple hunts. I shot a few but kind of wish I had more mallards in the freezer for bowl games and the playoffs. I shot a real nice buck during wisco rifle season, passed a lot of little bucks during bow season. We froze up way to early and our ducks moved out, especially wood ducks, they were gone in the blink of an eye. The job was good but it sounds like we will be let go in a couple months, new owner coming in so we will be on the Obama dollar. There are other jobs out there so I will get looking after the birth of my son. I got a free snow blower from my neighbor, needed a tune up and some work but sure beats shoveling all of this wisco snow.
Good luck to everyone and I hope things improve for you, if they need improving. 2014 is an even year and that should help us all out.December 13, 2013 at 9:58 am #7388
Baileys over rocks, wine, beer, vodka and sierra mist, captain and diet. It can all change, depending on if I’m at home, my inlaws or other extended family.December 13, 2013 at 9:56 am #7387
If the EPA does what it says it might do with ethanol and corn prices keep falling, CRP might make a come back.December 11, 2013 at 3:53 pm #7357
He is due on January 17th. The doctor says to expect him anytime from January 10th to the 20th.
I am ready, my wife is ready…well ok I am not ready. I’m scared crapless really but I figure there is no turning back now. He is coming, like it or not!December 11, 2013 at 3:51 pm #7356
Gooselore has an ideal dream spot for duck hunting and he has been stacking them up. They kill more green heads in one day than I do in a half a season up here.
I also see piles of birds from facebookers and it starts to bum me out. Is a bummer living in a northern state…were closed, ducks are around in pockets but just a few states away they are hammering on them!December 11, 2013 at 3:45 pm #7355
Wisco is void of wild roosters. The DNR lets about 90,000 a year go on public land. They are pretty much shot as they leave the chicken truck. There are some that survive and make it a week or so. Then if they aren’t shot by hunters, coyotes, hawks, owls and the like eat them up pretty fast. Well that and cars, you see a fair amount on the side of the roads.
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