Wow, it was a great day off, prepped the church sanctuary for service in the morning, as a favor to some folks who are out of town, charged the battery on the lawn mower, and mowed the clover growing in the back yard, did all kinds of small chores around the house, played with the dogs, etc.
Possible we may have a little sleet/freezing rain, or snow in the morning early, so brought some more firewood under cover just in case.
About mid afternoon, catalogued ammunition, and made a ' to buy list .'
About the only thing I might need is some 9mm, .38 special, and .45.
Some yearling mule deer at the camp water trough.
Just wondering if anyone has ever seen something like this before?
It is a hub that rotates to any lock hole, you take your lock off, and that enables you to pull that vertical rod up, and that allows you to open the gate.
This is the only one I have ever seen, it is on a very bad rough road, about 5 miles east of my place, that eventually ends up on the Rio Grand from what I can see. I tested a couple of the locks to see if any of them were Border Patrol combinations, and 'bingo', two of them were.
I did not enter, as I was not invited.
Some mama's and babies coming to camp feeder.
Ya'll stay dry and warm, thanks for checking in.