No woodworking, spindles are still on the kitchen counter for the lawnmower. But Eric, Tess' husband stopped by in the morning with this.
21 pounds, 10" beard, 3/4" spurs
So after all the pictures, saving the fan, beard and feet. Debreasting and taking the legs and thighs we went out back and I got this after one of the most enjoyable, restful time I have had in a long while enjoying mother nature and what she has to offer.
21 pounds, 9" beard, 1" spurs
Another round of pictures, getting him checked in, taking the beard, fan and feet off. Debreasting and legs and thighs skinned and rinsed and in freezer bags in freezer along with Eric's bird.
Currently, Tess and Eric are out back, hopefully tonight will have one more to show. Eric is shooting a 3"shell out of a 12 gauge Winchester Express semi auto. I am shooting a 3 1/2" shell out of a Browning 10 gauge pump.
God and family, the rest is icing on the cake.
I'm so far behind, I think I'm in first place.
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