Discussion in 'Rallying Point and Range Discussions' started by Polishrifleman, Mar 23, 2008.
That link took me to blank page. I'm stumped!
I'm not sure what the link is, but mine takes me here:
Two Weeks!!! Hehehehehehehe
Beat ya to it, J Parker.
Can't do it this year.
But I sure want to. Next year, God willing.
Unless I am busy burying my EBRs, pistols, normal cap magazines etc. Who knows what insanity next year might bring.
Who can drive that far and not get lost, thanks to the GPS gizmo.
Bart, see the second line of my sig.
I'm bringin' 00 buck and the "Parker Special"! Hehehehehehe
Is anyone going to bring a clay pigeon thrower out? if so I will bring my shotgun but if not I don't want to lug a shotgun + ammo across the wonderful Ferry System
I really feel like Im missing out, to much work and they wont let me have time off hope you all have a blast......
We always have a thrower and clays, we normally reserve that for Sunday morning. It is a little tough to set up at the firing line. We could look for another venue to shoot at and set up a shotgun station.
I was up at the cabin this weekend and everything looks great, except for the TICKS so be forewarned!
I'll shoot them ticks in the butt!
Great, now I have to bring another gun and ammo! I'll bring a shottie, haven't fired it yet anyway...
Bought some groceries today.
Now I'm not gonna jinx us with any predictions, but I am
How early on Friday is the gate opener showin' up?
He normally comes wandering in about mid-morning to noonish. So he says, anyway.
I'm going to be bailing out of here about 10AM, so should be up there noonish, unless I get stuck in the antique shop, again.
I won't be able to leave silverdale until like 4 pm (at best) so I will be out there probably around... 8:30. But, I will be there!
I'll be there around 1pm. Just cuz you guys want a good camp spot doesn't mean you can jump the gun.
I've got a fort to finish in the morning for my kids. See you tomorrow ladies and gentlemen.
It was tough leaving the sunny warmth of Manastash Ridge to head back west this a.m. Thick fog at the summit, and of course, it was raining through the pass. Back in Pugetropolis, it's gray and gloomy.
Sorry I didn't get to say goodbye to everyone, but thanks to all (Pops, pass on to Chris & Ashley my appreciation for the air mattress -- I did get The Big Cot back to W. WA okay, if anyone's wondering), especially Bob for the great hospitality. Too much fun, already looking forward to next year!
It's not a big cot... it's a small tent
OD, I'll pass the message.
An absolutely MARVELOUS weekend. Good people, good food, good shooting, good campfire stories (all true, of course.) It just doesn't get any better than that.
Pops is home safely.
Chris & Ashley are home safely.
Well, Pops pretty much hit it all, but forgot to mention the good weather.
No soggy tents, and not nearly as much wind as last year. It was downright pleasant.
Thanks to Polish for the location, and to everyone for the food/whiskey/conversation/use of your guns.
Look forward to seeing everybody next year at the same Bat-time, same Bat-channel.
Thanks to those that made it, almost 20 people this year. I know I need a bigger cot and an excavator would be nice too. Everyone safe on our end, and I look forward to the pictures.
Excavator ? Did some uninvited gungrabbers show up or what ? Anyway I always miss the good stuff .
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