Let's all look to the north for some drying winds. We need it.
Lake Gridley... very depressing!
Wow! this is horrible. I hope the city can come up with a solution other than wait.
I deleted Tony's duplicate post. Sorry Charlie your post was attached to the duplicate and melted away with it before I noticed it.
One of the side effects to being a comment of the comment vs. post reply to the original topic.
"Unnecessarily restrictive engagement requirements by default is the hallmark of a lazy or flat out terrible stage designer." ~ unknown
Sorry Charlie your post was attached to the duplicate and melted away with it before I noticed it.
Yeah... Yeah... Yeah. Whatever. ;-p
The ability to shoot straight is that part of national security which affects the individual more than any other. - Merritt "Red Mike" Edson; CMOH-USMC
If Ty doesn't like you, he just deletes you. Tough but effective...
It is never to late to learn.
- the hammer
I know that... but lemme think a little bit.... Nope, don't really care. ;-ppppppp!
All may not be lost. Just picture a Mark Barr stage. you are bass fishing in your kayak when you hook a big one. Then all of a sudden 6 horrible creatures emerge from the bottom of the range, you switch your $600.00 fly rod to your weak hand and engage targets near to far with two rounds each. WOW!
Jack... That sounds great! All we need is a flat bottom boat and hip waders for the RO..
Oh, and btw... probably 3 feet of water lapping the East Shore still.
Range condition at noon on 01 January 13. Yep... that's ice on the 'puddle' in the shade. Keep the fingers crossed for sun with that dry North Wind so that we can bust some caps this weekend!
Doesn't look very promising, really want to shoot a match. Thanks for the pics Charlie
Great pics Charlie. Thanks.
I can't wait to get out and shoot either... It looks like there is some pretty decent evaporation.. Let's hope it's enough!