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Feb 23, 2021 17:38:10   #
badbobby Loc: Humble Texas
 
just to get away from corny jokes
why don't we tell what things we like
I'll start
--A hug in the morning and a goodnight kiss from Mama

makin every light on green

makin that perfect cast--below the bushes,instead of in them--LOL

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Feb 23, 2021 17:48:38   #
ripogenu Loc: norfolk, MA
 
badbobby wrote:
just to get away from corny jokes
why don't we tell what things we like
I'll start
--A hug in the morning and a goodnight kiss from Mama

makin every light on green

makin that perfect cast--below the bushes,instead of in them--LOL


Well, I don't think I would be real comfortable with cooking in my kitchen under green lights, or trying to tie my tackle in the man cave with green lights, but what I would like is catching another 25" rainbow on a # 22 fly.

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Feb 23, 2021 18:12:50   #
Big A Loc: Gilbert, Arizona
 
ripogenu wrote:
Well, I don't think I would be real comfortable with cooking in my kitchen under green lights, or trying to tie my tackle in the man cave with green lights, but what I would like is catching another 25" rainbow on a # 22 fly.

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Feb 23, 2021 23:18:23   #
Iowa Farmer Loc: Iowa City Iowa
 
badbobby wrote:
just to get away from corny jokes
why don't we tell what things we like
I'll start
--A hug in the morning and a goodnight kiss from Mama

makin every light on green

makin that perfect cast--below the bushes,instead of in them--LOL


The smell of mowed hay, freshly turned soil. Watching baby animals play, and of course the grandkids. A good rare steak, fried fish and blackberry pie. Sunsets and watching storms roll in. Oh, and catching a personal best!

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Feb 23, 2021 23:45:06   #
OJdidit Loc: Oak Creek Wisconsin
 
Watching the sunrise, be it in a deer stand, duck blind, on a boat or on the first tee. The smell of birch bark or leaves as they fall gently to the ground. The genuine surprised look on the face of a stranger after you helped them for no apparent reason. The call of a loon as it swims across a lake at sunset. The look on the face of a child catching their first fish. The unconditional love of a baby or a dog when you come home from work after a trying day. The absolute joy of watching a good hunting dog in action. The whistling of the wings from a flock of ducks as they pass overhead, 2 minutes before legal shooting hours.

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Feb 24, 2021 08:26:14   #
kandydisbar Loc: West Orange, NJ
 
Watching sunrise or sunset, sleeping on a sailboat under the stars listening to the tinkling of the rigging on the mast

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Feb 24, 2021 09:16:55   #
tumhoefer Loc: MPLS/St. PAul Minnesota
 
badbobby wrote:
just to get away from corny jokes
why don't we tell what things we like
I'll start
--A hug in the morning and a goodnight kiss from Mama

makin every light on green

makin that perfect cast--below the bushes,instead of in them--LOL


I like the second one in particular. A number of years ago I took a job in the hometown where I grew up which was 87 miles away. I had thought I might decide to move back "home" depending on how the job went etc.
From the home I was living in to my office there were 38 stoplights. Now, leaving home at 5:30am every morning usually worked pretty well in terms of "makin every light on green" but one morning, I showed up at our weekly staff mtg with the Superintendent and must have looked a little "agitated" He asks what's wrong and I reply, " I have 38 stoplights between my house and my office and i hit every F-ckin one of them this morning!" Man did he laugh

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Feb 24, 2021 10:04:59   #
dbed Loc: Brock, Nebraska southeast Ne.
 
now not seeing double

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Feb 24, 2021 10:40:52   #
Graywulff Loc: Cortez,Co.
 
badbobby wrote:
just to get away from corny jokes
why don't we tell what things we like
I'll start
--A hug in the morning and a goodnight kiss from Mama

makin every light on green

makin that perfect cast--below the bushes,instead of in them--LOL
The smell of freshly brewed coffee or frying bacon, the sight of the stars on a clear moonless night, sunrise on the lake, flowers.

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Feb 24, 2021 12:27:45   #
badbobby Loc: Humble Texas
 
dbed wrote:
now not seeing double


goodun db

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Feb 24, 2021 15:22:08   #
Jim Kay
 
Watching TV with Jane and the pups and Bass hitting on top.

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Feb 24, 2021 15:30:02   #
Jim Sargent Loc: Payson, AZ
 
A week on Lake Powell with good friends. The smile on your grandson's face when he catches his first limit of rainbows.

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Feb 24, 2021 15:55:59   #
tumhoefer Loc: MPLS/St. PAul Minnesota
 
OJdidit wrote:
Watching the sunrise, be it in a deer stand, duck blind, on a boat or on the first tee. The smell of birch bark or leaves as they fall gently to the ground. The genuine surprised look on the face of a stranger after you helped them for no apparent reason. The call of a loon as it swims across a lake at sunset. The look on the face of a child catching their first fish. The unconditional love of a baby or a dog when you come home from work after a trying day. The absolute joy of watching a good hunting dog in action. The whistling of the wings from a flock of ducks as they pass overhead, 2 minutes before legal shooting hours.
Watching the sunrise, be it in a deer stand, duck ... (show quote)


I took a date duck hunting once. NOTHING prettier than watching the sun come up, see the world come to life, hear the pheasants cackling and hearing the whistling rush of duck feathers over your head.

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Feb 24, 2021 16:18:31   #
badbobby Loc: Humble Texas
 
ripogenu wrote:
Well, I don't think I would be real comfortable with cooking in my kitchen under green lights, or trying to tie my tackle in the man cave with green lights, but what I would like is catching another 25" rainbow on a # 22 fly.
careful rip
that's gettin close to you know what

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Feb 24, 2021 16:23:06   #
badbobby Loc: Humble Texas
 
OJdidit wrote:
Watching the sunrise, be it in a deer stand, duck blind, on a boat or on the first tee. The smell of birch bark or leaves as they fall gently to the ground. The genuine surprised look on the face of a stranger after you helped them for no apparent reason. The call of a loon as it swims across a lake at sunset. The look on the face of a child catching their first fish. The unconditional love of a baby or a dog when you come home from work after a trying day. The absolute joy of watching a good hunting dog in action. The whistling of the wings from a flock of ducks as they pass overhead, 2 minutes before legal shooting hours.
Watching the sunrise, be it in a deer stand, duck ... (show quote)


methinks you love to hunt OJ
just keep it in the woods though
the

Mrs. wouldn't approve of you huntin those city dears

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