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Unread 05-30-2013, 04:44 PM   #11
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Unread 06-03-2013, 02:45 PM   #12
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Danny and I had a great time as usual. Hanging out with old friends and making some new one's. Most notably was Harold Pickens a true gentleman. You never know what the weather is going to be like up in the beautiful mountains of northeastern Penn. and this year it was hot! Damn hot! But no matter a wonderful weekend! Here are a few pictures I only took a few but I know Mark O was lighting up his camera all weekend.

Pictures 1 and 2 Parker table and tent.
Picture 3 Dean, Allan and Egger.
Picture 4 Dean,COB,Harold Pickens,Rick Losey
Picture 4 Mr. Double Lab
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It was definately a great time as always. My best purchase of the weekend was a pair of shorts at Wallmart Its hard to belive that all that fun is over with for another year. I can't complain (really I can but to what point) as I have done three shoots in about 5 weeks time. Is this a great summer or what???
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Although it was a bit of a hike to the Plastic Potty
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my what a spread you got there..you know how to live it up out in the bush...i swear you have made me hungary just lookin at that fryin pan...way to go... charlie
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Eggar;
Did'nt you have Mr. Purtil's clays chariot for the potty runs and the use of the entire woods for relief of said duties? I think you had the best room in the house. Thanks for showing that awesome VH. What a find! This certainly has turned in to the best shoot of the year for me. Harold Pickens is now hooked. He wheeled and dealed like the best of them this weekend and truly is a gentlemen. Great to see everyone there and if you missed it I'm truly sorry that you could'nt make it. George P. shot his 10ga hammer really well on some tough targets and it was a blast shooting with him, Harold, Rich and Rick Losey. Eggars friend Alan had a beautiful H&H 16ga. and was his campmate. Can't forget to mention George's VH28, the 3rd. one made. Wow... what a weekend. See you all next year.
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Did'nt you have Mr. Purtil's clays chariot for the potty runs and the use of the entire woods for relief of said duties? I think you had the best room in the house.
The beer relief trips into Sherwood Forrest were appropriate, however mine fields at 5 AM are not my thing. Amenities not withstanding, I have to agree. Summer time just isn't the same inside a stale hotel room.
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Deb and I had a great time at this event. Even though it was very hot, this was the first time since we've been going that we had three straight days without rain. This was the first year we were able to stay and shoot the Main Event (80 targets) on Sunday and it was a real pleasure to shoot with the boys from up north, namely Scott, Pete, and Frank. Thanks to everyone who helped out at the Parker Booth and we are already looking forward to next year. We enjoy shooting there so much we are planning to attend the Endless Mountain Side X Side Challenge in August later this year.
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It was really good to see everyone again and meet some new friends.

lots of good stuff to look at, I did take a deep breath and passed on a print, but on Kevin McCormack's table I found a project case that will fit the newest other project (note to self -enough projects going on for now)

some repairs, new straps, new lining - a label - and a match is made



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Rick what print did you pass on? Carol Lauder had a very nice Grouse print of two dead birds but I can't remember the artist. It was reminisient of an oil painting that hangs in my Moms home. I bought the print and asked her to keep it for me. When I went to get it on Sunday it was gone She was very apologetic and refunded my money but that print would have been nice in the cabin.
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