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Ms Grit

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  1. It’s a sad place we are in and I am truly glad I am in the 2nd half of my life. I honestly do not want to be around in 35 years to see what becomes of humanity.
  2. And we all have to respect each other’s freedom (what’s left of it) to make our own choices
  3. So I am probably of a different thought process than the majority of people but since I had been exposed three times, I went to the doctors in February and said just run the antibody test and see if I had it and didn’t know. Well, she’s been bugging me for 10 years to run a general blood work up on me and I have been denying it, but since we were taking blood for the antibody test I finally said OK but I’m not gonna change anything about my life or what I do or what I eat or drink. Well when the blood test came back, everything was perfect so I said good, now leave me alone and let me continue with my life. And that’s pretty much how I feel about the whole Covid stuff ... I refuse to be so afraid of dying that I forget how to live ...
  4. And if the screwball in the White House says I need a card to get on a bus, I’ll just stay home
  5. Ms Grit

    DADS GUNS

    I am confident that I spoke with the correct person at my Township Police Department and gave them a detailed list as I believed there were specific things that needed to be done based on what was in the list and they gave me detailed instructions which again, I believe to be credible instructions. It wasn’t just that because he was my dad they were automatically mine, specific firearms required a will that they were left to me.
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    DADS GUNS

    When my Dad passed away in November (he lived in P.A.) I called my township police department and followed their instructions. I’m not saying what he had or how many, but they gave me what I believe to be legitimate information.
  7. I’ve been directly exposed 3 times, once helping take care of my dad before he passed away, and I did not get sick. I was recently tested for the antibodies, which I do not have. My dr said I must have a good immune system. I’m good with that for me. We all must make whatever decision we believe is best for ourselves.
  8. Good Luck. You couldn’t pay me enough ...
  9. Congratulations to your daughter. The best piece of advice I can give you is that even though she will be away at school, keep her as close to you as possible as colleges are one of the best places for our youth to be indoctrinated into the lunacy of the left wing liberalism. I lost two of my children to the idiotic ideology while they were away at college and I no longer recognize them as the children I raised. My third, who did not go away to college is still normal.
  10. Oh WOW !!! Congratulations !!! Ride that high !!!
  11. Please tell her the buck is only a bonus. It’s the memories with you that makes it a successful hunt. But also tell her to keep the faith and it will all come together when it’s supposed to and that it will be worth the wait. Patience and persistence ...
  12. Beautiful Buck ... Congratulations !!!
  13. What an awesome trophy! Congratulations!
  14. With my 92 yr old dad out of the hospital again, I came down here for a DIY Hunt on private property I have access to hunt. I have a cell camera I have here year-round and haven’t seen anything spectacular but have had a several unique rack bucks that I would shoot on the camera. Well, two days ago dad was readmitted into the hospital with not only pneumonia but a positive test for Covid. He is in quarantine. Mom, although tested negative for Covid is at home under quarantine. I cannot see either one of them and there is absolutely nothing I can do if I return home so I decided to stay here and continue as planned. I shot this very unique Virginia buck yesterday afternoon. It took me 4 1/2 hours to track, take a few pictures, gut, and drag it out of the woods. This one is for you daddy ...
  15. Awesome !!! Congratulations to your wife !!!
  16. First off, there’s always 3 sides to every story, person A, person B and the truth which is usually somewhere in between. Right now my 92 year old father is still/again in the hospital DIEING, so excuse me for not really giving 2 shits about anybody else’s problems or wanting to get involved in them.
  17. I find that very strange as I’ve had barrels there for two years, cameras there since the beginning of August, a receipt for my payment, a placard for my truck, and was given the lock code when it was changed. I also have insurance through the New Jersey Federation of Sportsmen.
  18. Ms Grit

    Piebald Doe

    Absolutely. You can laugh at me, but when I first saw her coming through the trees I thought she looked like a friend’s llama. Then when she got closer I wondered if she were a big dog. I had to do a double take to make sure she was really a deer. Then, with my dad in the hospital, I wondered if she were a sign. I finally decided that no matter what, he would encourage me to shoot a once in a lifetime deer. And then as I was standing next to a tree where she dropped, after circling me several times while I was on the phone with my mom checking on my dad, a spike came in within 15 feet of me. Truly an incredible hunt & experience that I will never forget and always be humbled by.
  19. Nice One. Congratulations to your brother !!!
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