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  • #61
    George again.

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    • #62
      A feast for the eyes.

      https://youtu.be/0rLhJZTHYo4

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      • #63
        Originally posted by fitch270 View Post
        Can’t leave this out. Older footage.




        Excellent! Thanks for digging up this one.

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        • #64
          "Lawn Chair Lazy" by James Barker Band

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          • #65
            "Wasting Time" by Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats

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            • #66
              "Sip It Slow" by Colt Ford .... Is this what Country music has become, mixed with Rap???? Whatever. I'm gonna hang at the pool with Babe and the girls and put back a few...

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                • #68
                  Creedence Clearwater Revival - "Lookin' Out My Back Door"

                  Bother me tomorrow, today, I'll buy no sorrows

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                  • #69
                    I picked the wrong week for this thread. Knocked off work early yesterday only to bust my rear in the afternoon and all day today. We’re getting ready to put the garden in as well as preparing for an upcoming sweet sixteen birthday party and the Kid’s graduation. Of course it’s hit the mid eighties to add insult to injury.


                    Oh well.

                    Dobie Gray has the answer.

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                    • #70
                      Sunday morning bump. Have a nice day gents.

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                      • #71
                        "Bony Fingers" by Hoyt Axton

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                        • #72
                          "At My Job" by Dead Kennedys

                          If your machine might slip a gear
                          Push this button to help it clear

                          Your time card says that your name's Joe
                          But we'll call you 6-3-0

                          I'm working at my job
                          I'm so happy
                          More boring by the day
                          But they pay me

                          All that time spent going to school
                          Just to end up following rules

                          I'm working at my job
                          I'm so happy
                          More boring by the day
                          But they pay me

                          Now it's time to take a break
                          Don't stray too far or you'll be late

                          Thank you for your service and a long career
                          Glad you gave us your best years

                          I'm working at my job
                          I'm so happy
                          More boring by the day
                          But they pay me

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                          • #73
                            Originally posted by fitch270 View Post
                            I picked the wrong week for this thread. Knocked off work early yesterday only to bust my rear in the afternoon and all day today. We’re getting ready to put the garden in as well as preparing for an upcoming sweet sixteen birthday party and the Kid’s graduation. Of course it’s hit the mid eighties to add insult to injury.


                            Oh well.

                            Dobie Gray has the answer.

                            That heat Saturday was unpleasant, for sure. I can't complain much, though. While you were busting your rear, and Pighunter was no doubt recuperating from things that need recuperating from, I was wading the cool, cool river and getting a good start on the summertime smallmouth scene. Total take on the day was only four smallmouth, but one was a hefty 17-18 incher and the others were those chunky little 12-13 inchers that clear a good two feet with every jump. Also got a bunch of rock bass and a decent 14-15 inch brown.

                            That stretch of the river comes down through a big dairy farm, and the farmer was out planting. He had his little boy in the cab with him. I caught two of the smallies while they were passing in the field right alongside the river. They stopped to watch me land the bigger one, who had a couple impressive jumps of his own. And it was a tougher than usual fight because I was using my Ugly Stick 5-foot ultralight, after snapping the tip off my longer and slightly stiffer one, my favorite one for river fishing, last week. Anyway, I'm usually pretty humble in the outdoors, but I have to say it was satisfying to have an audience when catching a really good fish. I held the bass up before releasing it and they gave me a big double thumbs-up from the tractor cab.

                            All kinds of different critters out. Saw a red fox slinking along a hedgerow behind a barn at about 4pm. This early summertime weather has everything a little out of whack and ahead of schedule, it seems. We've already got wild strawberries in full blossom -- that's a good 2-3 weeks ahead of usual.

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                            • #74
                              Matt, you were right, I didn't get home until 1:30am Saturday morning. What you did sounds like a great way to spend the day! You're inspiring me to do some fishing. I've need to schedule my annual trip to see the Cahaba Lilies and wet a line.

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                              • #75
                                Roger Miller - "King of the Road"

                                https://youtu.be/WrhAC0dFis0

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