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About delvalhunter

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  1. Kennetrek 100 pct. it’s all you see out in Montana in the best sport shops.
  2. Congrats. Sound like one heck of a morning!
  3. Sweet Valley Farms in Ringoes. They sell Breezesta poly furniture. Made in USA and only brand with lifetime warranty. They sell lower than any online prices too!
  4. For the best results, you’ll want to spray existing “lawn” with a glyphosate herbicide. It’s non selective and will kill everything down to the root. It begins working once it’s dry as it’s translocated into the plant. Although you won’t visibly see results in about 10-14 days depending on weather, it is already working. You only need to wait 3 days after herbicide application before seeding or sodding. Till the existing area, rake smooth and remove any chunks. Apply a good starter fertilizer (10-20-10) and then lay sod. Keep seams tight and stagger joints. Plan on watering the area with at le
  5. IF the chlorination in the water was the issue, you’d see complete browning of the entire plant...very quickly! The amount of chlorination in the pool water is no more than if he were to apply a slow release lime to the soil...at the most. IF the chlorine levels were high enough to affect soil pH and the ability of the plants to uptake nutrients due to this, he would surely have burned his skin when in his pool too. Let’s have him take a soil sample in the area the trees are planted and see what the soil test comes back with...loser buys the winner (me) a new 12 ga franchi SLX. If I loose,
  6. Unless it’s a saltwater pool, the backwash shouldn’t have anything to do with it. Could be sun scald...especially with them looking like they’re out in the open and near that bright white fence, but likely it’s either too little or too much water. If they were planted last season, they are definitely going through transplant shock and arborvitae will always look their worst this time of year especially if they haven’t been fed the year prior. At the time of planting and through the first season, it’s imperative to make sure the plant has ADEQUATE moisture. This means going out and ac
  7. Yeah it’s been terrible. Especially since the pandemic. I just received my Cabela’s Black Friday deals circular in the mail last week!
  8. Glock 43x (what I have and like) or sig p365sas with the bullseye sights. The sas was designed for concealed carry with nothing to get caught or catch when drawn. Very sleek.
  9. I love how you used the “good beer” to cook the brats and then you chose to drink the “crap beer” with the meal! 😂
  10. Nice offer @RICK420 . Gil is a good dude whom I met last week after purchasing his snowshoes he had listed here. @GilVim curious where you’re getting the load data for these slugs? Years ago I used to load slugs out of the Lyman book but with my shooting fewer rounds each year and when the accutips came out, I dropped those heavy 525 gr lead loads for the faster, flatter accutips. With the scarcity of ammo and prices, I may get into slug reloading again. I’d like to grab a book or two with some more modern options...curious where you guys are getting this data using the pistol bullets? I ha
  11. It was one of the worst halftime shows ever. A true showing of selfishness of the “artist” as to how “great he is”. I enjoyed last years show much better. Shakira was much better to look at for sure...I don’t care what language she was singing in! 🤤
  12. Congrats! My friend shot over 400 geese this past season and only 3 banded birds out of over 400. Amazing day getting 3 bands!
  13. Congrats! Lots of yote tracks in the snow today when I went out for a walk to grab a couple trail cams.
  14. I’ve got a huge patch of ostrich fern in my side yard that I always pick a few out of each spring. Should I charge admission and do a “pick your own” for members here?!
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