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Just a miserable day here today. Wind is howling, blowing snow sideways and it’s right around the freezing mark, but a quick walk out to our greenhouse made things feel a bit better. Got a whole feed of fresh peas for dinner tonight, and radishes are ready to start picking!

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New truck day.  

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Only way to get all my demands was to buy a fleet truck.  

But I love the rubber floors I can hose-out after a fishing trip.  

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When I parked at the greenway summit trailhead for a bike ride, a car pulled in beside me while I was gearing up.  Their dog hopped out of their car, and hopped right into my truck.  

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My old red, truck, btw, was done at 250,380 mi - transmission was slipping 3rd.  It made 20 mi to the dealer on the back road in 2nd gear, to be worth "$1000 if you can drive it in."  When I left, my dealer said, "See you again in 17 years."  

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2 hours ago, bulldog1935 said:

New truck day.  

3shfY7H.jpg

Only way to get all my demands was to buy a fleet truck.  

But I love the rubber floors I can hose-out after a fishing trip.  

2EVWkVb.jpg Ag7NV7q.jpg

When I parked at the greenway summit trailhead for a bike ride, a car pulled in beside me while I was gearing up.  Their dog hopped out of their car, and hopped right into my truck.  

msFP64d.jpg

My old red, truck, btw, was done at 250,380 mi - transmission was slipping 3rd.  It made 20 mi to the dealer on the back road in 2nd gear, to be worth "$1000 if you can drive it in."  When I left, my dealer said, "See you again in 17 years."  

Nice! 

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5 hours ago, bulldog1935 said:

New truck day.  

3shfY7H.jpg

Only way to get all my demands was to buy a fleet truck.  

But I love the rubber floors I can hose-out after a fishing trip.  

2EVWkVb.jpg Ag7NV7q.jpg

When I parked at the greenway summit trailhead for a bike ride, a car pulled in beside me while I was gearing up.  Their dog hopped out of their car, and hopped right into my truck.  

msFP64d.jpg

My old red, truck, btw, was done at 250,380 mi - transmission was slipping 3rd.  It made 20 mi to the dealer on the back road in 2nd gear, to be worth "$1000 if you can drive it in."  When I left, my dealer said, "See you again in 17 years."  

Exactly how my dad is, buys a work truck bare bones and keeps them for 20 or so years. Rinse and repeat.

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1 hour ago, N Florida Mike said:

Saw this pretty corn snake today. He was real aggressive and shaking his tail like a rattler…He was around 4 feet , which is the biggest one I’ve seen…

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They are pretty snakes.

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I always meet this guy when I am bass fishing :) 

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52 minutes ago, ATA said:

I always meet this guy when I am bass fishing :) 

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LOL.....I've got at least half a dozen of them on my homelake that are roosting in similar areas.   They won't move, but don't get too close.   

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1 hour ago, slonezp said:

The Goodyear Goose?

I believe so.

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8 hours ago, NorcalBassin said:

Pleasantly surprised he hasn't tried to make a chew toy out of one of them.

That's impressive restraint.  My dog would destroy a domesticated chicken if she ever came across one.  She is a 10 year veteran hunting pheasants and I have to imagine the association would be very similar.  The only difference is that a chicken is about 3 times the size, a lot slower, and can't fly.

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22 hours ago, gimruis said:

That's impressive restraint.  My dog would destroy a domesticated chicken if she ever came across one.  She is a 10 year veteran hunting pheasants and I have to imagine the association would be very similar.  The only difference is that a chicken is about 3 times the size, a lot slower, and can't fly.

Back when we were teenagers a few of us went to a friends farm to chase pheasants. One of our friends had a German Shorthair and within .5 seconds of getting out of the truck she had a chicken in her mouth. ?

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35 minutes ago, galyonj said:

The teacup panther in repose.

 

You may not like it, but this is what peak performance looks like.

 

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Teacup Panther. I’m going to steal that. I have a teacup tiger!

 

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18 minutes ago, AlabamaSpothunter said:

I want in on this, I got a teacup Asian Leopard Cat ?

 

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Your cat is cooler looking than mine. 
 

But does your cat let you give it a bath like ours does? Please say no. ??

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27 minutes ago, 12poundbass said:

Your cat is cooler looking than mine. 
 

But does your cat let you give it a bath like ours does? Please say no. ??

LOL, you are most certainly safe.   I'd look like a murder victim ?

 

There still is nothing better than a rescued mutt kitty imho, especially if you save it from a really young age.     

 

 Bengals are really cool cats, both of mine have been smarter than a Golden Retriever and Alaskan Malamute I had growing up.   They talk more than I do seriously.   They require the same level of attention as a high energy dog breed.  They bond with you hardcore yet half of them want to be around you, not on you like a good companion cat should in my book.   

 

 

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