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    An exorcism takes time. 😉

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    Suspect. Isaias De Jesus Valencia, 39,

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    Google pear tomato. I have had good luck with them.

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    Thanks. Exactly the comments I wanted. Wanted to go diesel, but would have been more that double the money. Didn’t want payments. Was interesting when they tried to charge me a credit setup fee. I said no dice, paying cash. Nice try. 😉

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    Nice. I never caught anything that cool thru the ice.

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    Quote by: phaffy12

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    Can anyone recommend a free stone, self pollenator plum?

    Look at European varieties. They typically self pollinate and are freestone. Check hardiness for your location, not sure if you’re in zone 4 or 5. Stanley is common around here but only zone 5 hardy.

    Asians and hybrids can be more cold hardy, but need a partner for pollinating. If you’re northern Iowa zone 4, I would check with some of the cultivar releases out of U of Minn Extension. They’re nice people and have info on readily available varieties.

    Thanks, that’s the info I need.

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    Can anyone recommend a free stone, self pollenator plum?

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    Take a good camera. Many of the shots will be distant.

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    The cactus he is talking about is Cholla cactus, also known as jumping cactus because the spines embed so easily. We had a student pilot who was getting parachute training. They were parasailing and one student got caught in a large dust devil and dragged thru a Cholla. We hauled him to main base and they spent several hours hot waxing him.
    Four Corners is interest and the Mesa Verde cliff dwellings near by are awesome.

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    In the desert if it’s green it has spines or thorns. If it’s an insect, reptile or furearing, it stings, bites stinks or major pain. Two legged, see post above. Never camp in dry riverbed or gulch. People die every year in flash floods from thunderstorms miles away. The biggest pain I had was scorpions. They love boots, sleeping and any things else they can hid in. Rattles, gilas ect are protected in most states out there. Flaming Gorge would be a great starting spot.

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    What a difference 24 hours makes. Went to Council Bluffs today. Snows/blues from yesterday gone. Onawa south along I29 tons of small ducks where there was open water. Only scattered Canada geese. Wind went southeast, transit geese vanished.

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    How old are the boys?

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    Check your email. Appears they were made for Grossman shooting galleries.

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    Dark colored jig fished slow. Tipped with small minnow.

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    Quote by: Hutch

    Crosman, bolt action, .21 caliber, co2 model 2260. That was the best I could do on short notice…lol
    Anytime partner,
    Hutch

    This is actually a .21 caliber. I believe made 1946-47 period.

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    Possibly a model ASA 121. Saw one years ago that I remembered the odd caliber. Just trusting to memory which badly needs more ram. 😳

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    Any inexpensive closed face will work, however throw away the factory line and replace. Horrible stuff.

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    What wowed me was wing set tumbling in. Canada’s, snows, light geese, duvets, several bigger ducks I couldn’t I’D. Some of the geese were landing within 100′ of road.

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    Was down in the river bottoms yesterday near Sloan and Onawa.
    Geese and ducks by the tens of thousands
    . Just standing in the parking lot at Winnavegas for a couple minutes I counted over a dozen species. They were just tunneling in at an awesome rate. North wind was screaming.

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    Not a hardcore birder. I have a pair of Carl Zeiss Jena Deltrentis 8X30 Binoculars. I picked them up in Germany many years ago and keep going back to them for casual birding. Not the stringers but excellent lenses. Have a spotting scope I use to watch waterfowl on Silver.

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