Season Ends With a Bang!

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skipper
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Season Ends With a Bang!

Post by skipper » Sat Jan 22, 2011 3:09 pm

Today was my last day for the 2010-2011 season. It was in the high 20's this morning, not a cloud in the sky. Nice way to end the season. These birds were taken in Brookshire, Texas over a flooded field. 1 Pintail, 1 Spoonbill (I didn't shoot it), and the rest were Green Wing teal. Now I have to retire to the garage and start cleaning all my gear. Take care!

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Re: Season Ends With a Bang!

Post by Gube » Sat Jan 22, 2011 6:56 pm

Nice pics Skipper. Good to hear from you again. It has been quite a while. Do you still go out and play with your 204's?
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Re: Season Ends With a Bang!

Post by ryutzy » Sat Jan 22, 2011 7:57 pm

very nice! Looks like it was successful!!! I just had my last day of duck hunting here, it wasn't our best day out. We still have about a week of Geese hunting left. It has been a good year for us though. I wish we had a little more water to hunt over, seems like more often then not we have to hunt the cornfields.
It's hard to detect good luck, It looks so much like something you've worked hard for and earned.
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Re: Season Ends With a Bang!

Post by skipper » Sun Jan 23, 2011 4:51 am

I still love my 204s just as much as ever, I just have a lot less time to devote to anything other than work and family. Things at work are slowing down somewhat now that the electrical industry has made the transition to the new market design. For a while there, I was spending more time in Austin working on regulations than I was at home.
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