Okay, so we moved up to the northern part of Idaho so that I could go back to school. It was a beautiful 10 hour drive and another 3 days of unpacking but in the end it has been totally worth it. If any of you are near Moscow just give me a ring and we can hang out. Anyway, here are some pictures of the new place as well as where I do all the packaging. I got lucky and found this farm house for $850 a month. Though it will probably cost me $300 a month in gas to get back and forth from school I think it will be worth it.
Here are some pictures of the "shop." Okay, its a garage but it is actually better for me than the shop that I was working out of before. Not really looking forward to packaging stuff in the winter though.
I bought 50 lbs of it a while back when I could get it for $10 a lb. Thats not even the full 50 lbs. I have about 15 more pounds in some shelves.
July 6, 2010, 05:31 PM
Back to school at your age? Good man.
I'll be up by your old place on the 24th to see the Blue Angels at the Idaho Falls Air Show. Moscow looks like a beautiful area.
July 6, 2010, 06:13 PM
Good looking family you have there! Thanks for the great service.
July 6, 2010, 10:12 PM
I'd like to offer one small piece of advise. Your various powders are too close to your press bench. Wouldn't it be safer to store the powder on a seperate shelf a few feet away? That way you would have to get up to get another can of powder. I keep one can of powder within arms reach. It cuts down on the chance of mixing powders. Good luck in your beautiful new area.
July 6, 2010, 11:26 PM
Congrats on the new place and the newest child. Take care of them and enjoy each day...they grow up too doggone fast.
My babies are now 12, 9 and 5 and all think they are in their 20s.
July 6, 2010, 11:36 PM
Nice looking family, God Bless...
As for the Winter, if you insulate that garage you will be a lot more comfortable IMO.
July 6, 2010, 11:54 PM
+1 to taking a day and insualting that garage! you are going to get cold, man!
Great looking family. Congrats on the move. Moscow is part of the 'real' America.
July 7, 2010, 09:05 AM
I think I am going to try a space heater first. Unless I get a huge amount of orders my time in the garage shouldn't be more than an hour or two. Most of my work is done inside at the computer.
July 7, 2010, 09:33 AM
Looks nice and quite there. Hope you settle in nicely. -FD
July 7, 2010, 03:11 PM
10 bucks a pound powder, wish it was that cheap again..........
July 7, 2010, 03:32 PM
On all a beautiful family, beautiful place, and also on the soon-too-be
new addition to your family. A job well done, pard'ner~! ;) :D
Many thanks for sharing those lovely photos with us here at THR. :)
Looking at pictures of your new 15 mile range make my club's 300 yd range seem tiny! :D
Congrats all around.
July 7, 2010, 04:24 PM
all & all looks like a nice life you have surrounded yourself with; but---
July 7, 2010, 06:07 PM
Congrats... beautiful scenery! Best of luck to you all!!!
July 7, 2010, 06:53 PM
Nice. I'm jealous.
July 7, 2010, 07:46 PM
Looks nice and quite there.
That was the first thing I noticed. I actually slept through the night. No motorbikes, punk fights, or cop lights. ....That rhymed.
Thats all wheat. Lots and lots and lots of wheat. Dry farms sure a beautiful.
Looking at pictures of your new 15 mile range make my club's 300 yd range seem tiny!
Yesterday I watched a pheasant from about 1000 yards away through my scope. I sat there for probably 20 minutes practicing my trigger pull on him. I am used to mule deer and have yet to see the white tails that hang out on the property. Their tracks are everywhere but they are nowhere to be seen. Are white tail tracks supposed to be bigger than mule deer or do I just have some huge deer hanging around? Maybe I'll get a chance to do some long range hunting this fall.
July 8, 2010, 07:37 PM
white tails should be smaller but those midwesterns are monsters, big whitetails ive noticed are nocturnal there gona be walking around at night mostly, stay up late and look for them, bait with a few apples to get them to come close, then you should be able to catch them. cracked corn will work just as easy.
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