OT - A year to forget

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Re: OT - A year to forget

Post by wabi » Tue Feb 19, 2019 9:50 am

Cardinalsfanforever wrote:
Mon Feb 18, 2019 6:59 pm
...... And by the way, I have replaced some fiberglass rods in ground blinds if that is all that's needed. My son has 4 ladder stands for us and I have 2 ground blinds.......
Unfortunately it was a falling tree limb that ripped a hole big enough to walk through. I think the fiberglass rods may still be in good shape. :shock:
The landowner was with me when we found the damage and we agreed to just leave it there to provide an emergency shelter from the rain if it's ever needed. :lol:

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Re: OT - A year to forget

Post by luckymike » Tue Feb 19, 2019 1:50 pm

Thank your son for his service.lost my hunting partner(my son) to the army 2yrs ago .pretty scary for this old man at first.he's already been to Syria and back.every pic he sends he's grinning from ear to ear,having the time of his life!
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