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Old 07-19-2007, 05:17 PM
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You need to quite working so much and go shoot a pig.
wish i could i've got jobs booked up till the end of the year .Im just fininishing up a candlewood suites hotel and next month got a medical clinic over in Larado to start and another hotel after that.My buddys think becauce I'm self employed i can take off and fish and hunt when ever I want but it don't work that way I get all this work and stay busy because i get in and get the job done even if i have to work nights or weekends to get it completed on time. the ranch is between here and Larado so I plan on leaving a day early so i can stop and maybe shoot a hog on the way over or on the way back if i do i'll be sure to take some pics to post Roger Hunter
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Old 07-19-2007, 11:17 PM
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get home after a hard days work and theres only three or four new posts to read. whats a guy to do I might even have to go and ask my wife how shes been lately
I can tell you that it's probably going to rain in the next 72hrs......
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Old 07-21-2007, 08:28 AM
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I can tell you that it's probably going to rain in the next 72hrs......
yep got another inch yesterday who ever heard of swamp land in duval county
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Old 07-21-2007, 09:35 PM
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I know what you mean.. Last time I was down at the ranch one of the caliche roads going in was like a river for about a 1/4 mile stretch it was 19" deep. I stoped on time where I thought it was a little deep and opend my door and it was about 2" below my floor board. After that I measured my floor board and it's 21". The ground is sooooo saturated it's not soaking in very fast these days.. Oh, the mosquitoes look hungry too...
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Old 07-23-2007, 05:17 AM
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Shoot I have had water standing in my backyard for so long my dog has started quacking. Last night we picked up some headlamps for a round of frog gigging later this week. I checked the crawfish pot twice but only came up with tadpoles.

Good news is, after yesterday it is supposed to be sunny until Thursday then we start all over again. Might even get to drag a mower through the swamp before then.
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