Monday, April 6, 2015

Sometimes Nice

Bruce
The ultimate herd protector likes guinnea fowl too often. This guy is as huge as a horse, a rare breed of dog.
Guinnea Fowl

Bottle dynamics on the farm
I have been hanging around a bunch of tough cookies shooting trap. I am helping coach this group.




Over 500 kids having a great time

12 comments:

  1. And good for the future of hunting plus future conservation and wildlife. Thanks Steve...:)

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  2. Oh I bet the kids had a great time!! Love shooting!
    hughugs

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  3. Looks like you have been busy. I bet the trapshooting was fun!

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  4. Bruce is so handsome. I miss our guinea.

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  5. Hi OOTP - what fun .. I love the littlies and how great you're helping that huge group! Wonderful .. I got lost re Bruce - horse or dog?!! Guinea Fowl I know .. cheers Hilary

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    1. Thanks .. rare breed of dog - as big as a horse makes more sense! Is he a St Bernard? now I come to think of it .. I don't know my dogs ... Bruce has got a curly tail though .. so I suspect not. Cheers Hilary

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  6. The only kind of trapshooting I've ever done is on a video game and I wasn't very good at it.

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  7. Trap shooting. I don't even know what that is. I recall shooting a small rifle at camp when a kid. Enjoyed it and archery. Those are some sweet looking little kids.

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  8. skeet. my dad and I would go way out on the west end of Galveston Island back before it became so populous and shoot skeet. he had one of those things that flings them in the air.

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  9. I saw some guinea fowl about a year ago, but I didn't know what they were at the time. Once I found out, I wished I would have gotten the pictures. I've been back there since then, but I never saw them again.

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  10. Great post - we love to shoot skeet as a family on holidays. It is a great way to enjoy the outdoors for everyone.

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  11. What eyes on those adorable children and assume they call you grandpa? Nice to see young women also participating in trap shooting, even if I would not be among them.

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