Wednesday, July 8, 2020

July 7 and 8





Approaching from the south...



A hot wind...



Pretty view, much baloney...



Meanwhile in the real world...



Cows is cows...



Summery...



I've been trying to arrange an appropriate image or video but it's just not coming together. Therefore, just the words for the moment. Bug and I and dashes twop, threep, and forp are going to make ourselves a family unit. Bug and I are engaged to be married, exact date to be set when we know if covidsteria will outlaw marriage or not. Maybe Septembler.

Be well and embrace the blessings of liberty.




16 comments:

  1. Congrats! And nice to see that you got the stock tank level (finally)... Good looking doe and yearling too!

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    1. Thanks!

      Only one wobbly tank to go. For this year anyway...

      That Pronghorn pair are a morning feature of my drive to the south unit. They just stand there and look back, almost tame. Until you cross into their fight/flight zone and they run like the wind.

      Thanks for stopping by and commenting!

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  2. Most important stuff first:
    Congratulations and best wishes to all!
    Then: Good to hear that your medical is progressing well. Dealing with stenosis, my wife has had ten years or so of good results in the lumbar region with a foraminotomy and then steroid injections on a periodic basis. It looks like that course may be ending with a need for a fusion, but they are going to try one more very targeted injection. I will be praying for both of you to have good results.
    And: Keep on truckin' and keep us posted when you can.

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    1. Thanks Mark, very much appreciated!

      We'll see how things go over time. So far so good. I think I'll need some more injections in the near term. Be nice if I get hit by the all better stick but only time will tell.

      I will certainly keep on truckin' and I'm sending thoughts and prayers for a goo outcome for your wife.

      Thanks for stopping by and commenting!

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  3. Okay, OFFICIAL congratulations to you and the new crew. May you all enjoy happiness forever, through good times or rough.

    You can help the young uns get their practical factors (PQS quals for today's sailors) on such stuff as thistle digging, fence mending an construction, etc. Then you can just rest your back and supervise.
    John Blackshoe

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    1. Thanks for the kind words and wishes John, they sure mean a lot.

      We'll get the youngsters trained up right. Already shopping for a hay burner -- shudder!

      Thanks for stopping by and commenting!

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  4. Huge news! Congratulations!

    Beautiful day out there, in more ways than one.

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    1. Thanks for the kind words Sarge. No shortage of lovely days out here!

      Thanks for stopping by and commenting!

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  5. Congratulations on your prospective union.
    Well done on the stock tank leveling.
    Nice wildlife post.

    As for your tag line, I always enjoyed liberty.

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    1. Thanks Skip.

      Liberty is something worth enjoying!

      Thanks for stopping by and commenting!

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    1. Thanks WSF!

      And thanks for stopping by and commenting!

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  7. YeeHaw! Congratulations on your engagement and best wishes to all.

    A level tank with a solid skirting makes me happy, for sure.

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    1. Thanks so much Brig!

      The big bottomless stock tanks are sure nice.

      Thanks for stoppung by and commenting!

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  8. Evert,
    Congratulations and best wishes

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    1. Thanks Penrose. That means a great deal.

      And thanks for stopping by and commenting!

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