Whitley canyon at the ranch 9/4 16. The water was 8 or 10 ft deep, about 150 to 200 yards wide and scrubbed the canyon c...
Just a note to say howdy, few photo's of Marathon. All is good here, guess you saw the news on the Hot Air Balloon ...
Thanks for stopping in, watch for those danged snakes, the seem to be everywhere since it rained, I ha...
Ya'll have a great Christmas. Suerte
Hope ya'll all survived the rain without loss of life or property. We had about 22 inches here at the house in May. Lake Travis is 9% ab...
About 10 days late getting this up this year, have not been home in the daylight to do it. This is the flag that I said to remind me to tell...
Well, needed a break from work, so my buddy Jeff and I went to the ranch to check on things, all looked normal. The water catchment was full...
This is CC Rider and her woobie this morning, soaking up some rays. It was 44 here this morning, first good cool snap of the year. Took ...
Hope your having a good weekend. Getting some 'honey do's' done here today. Trying to wipe down the guns in safe 2 this morn...
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Sunday, July 8, 2012
I rummaged around in the back of safe 2 this morning to see if anything needed attention, and Glory Be, this old .264 Win Mag stuck it's hand up, and said, 'clean me please'.
I had this rifle built with a Mauser action, back in, I think, 1974, by a gunsmith from Dallas, TX.
It shoots flat, and is a excellent round for anyone wanting to shoot 3 to 5 hundred yards with accuracy.
It also made me think, I haven't shot this thing in about ten years, so it will go to Sanderson with me next time I go, just to make sure it still works!
Took the day off with Patti today, doing honey do's for her.
Deguello, that's my .357 target from last weekend, first 5 were on target, but the rest is me pulling because of all the other guns going off around me.
Have a good Sunday, don't forget to tell your loved ones, you love them.
Thanks to Chris Miller for following this mess.