What Are You Doing For Spring Break?

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Wife, the dog, and I love to get out and camp. This is our home away from home. Spending the week along the Colorado river.



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#2

thunder and lightnin run to West Virginny!:smiling_imp::smiling_imp::smiling_imp::smiling_imp:

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#3

Hopefully flying some R/C if the danged weather cooperates. I’ve acquired/built three new models over the winter that need their maiden flights!

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#4

@Texprep

Hopefully, going out to enjoy the beautiful change in season… I am not big on ‘cold and wet weather…’ My wife and I decided to GIVE BACK this year… We are ‘donating’ a few of our hours of our time to the local parks and estuary by volunteering in a ‘clean up’ effort. We thought that it would be something different and ‘selfless?’

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#5

Nothing (except yard work, defrosting the freezer, cleaning out the garage, etc.)

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#6

Oh yeah, all that crap, too. I always have massive “fall” clean-up in the spring because some of our trees don’t drop their leaves until well after the snow starts flying. And, I gotta “summerize” the snowblower, too, and hope the lawnmower starts up. LOL

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#7

Going camping in the mountains of Georgia. backpacking in and setting up using the hammock for shelter. Going with bare essentials along with a certain folding gun and a companion pistol. This time of year the bears are out and along with the 2 legged predators ( more of a problem then bears). Looking forward to the down time. I started a third job it’s part time so I need some relaxation.

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#8

Already mowing the lawn down here in Texas. Did that the day before we headed out. Not looking forward to mowing the grass this summer in 98* weather with 90% humidity.

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#9

That is the one bad thing about Texas-the humidity…

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#10

cut knee high grass today. 86 degrees in sc. all the rain weve had, the grass in the back was so high, i couldnt see the giraffes walking around…

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#11

Same here in Texas. At the beginning of winter they said it would be dry and warm. Ended up cooler and wetter. Should have started mowing a few weeks ago, but didn’t want to rut out the yard with the mower. Lots of rain, not big flooding rains, but steady wet.

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#12

Is this the type of thunder and lightning run we are talking about? Woodford Reserve, 7 up, and lime.

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#13

Time i do a turnaround, there and back, that might be a good way to knock the edge off and wind :smiling_imp::smiling_imp::smiling_imp::smiling_imp::smiling_imp::smiling_imp::smiling_imp::smiling_imp::smiling_imp: down…

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#14

@wedge would love to see some pics and vids of your R/C

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#15

@Wedge you should revive that old thread about RC aircraft.

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#16

I thought it got nuked for being “off topic” back when certain people were worried about bandwidth issues. :roll_eyes:

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#17

My son gets his new centerfire rifle on the 22nd so I expect for spring break he and I will be spending a lot of time on the range.

He wants to be able to ring the 300 yard gong, and is old enough to learn how to read a scope, range a target, and make the MOA adjustments. :grin::+1:

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#18

Hitting the range with the wife and kids.

Other than that, working on the house. Something always needs fixing.

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#19

@KM55

I take it you’ll be camping on ‘the Trail’? If so, take care-the booger bears are definitely out and about and are mighty hungry! And of course. the two-legged one’s are always out! Gimme a holler if’n you should happen to need some backup-I live between the AT and Hiawassee. I’ll be out cutting grass also unless it continues to rain. And if the rain keeps up, I may have to start building me own Ark!

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#20

Visited our place in E Tenn with wife, daughters, and boyfriends. Middle daughter got engaged so some champagne was flowing… Early morning view from the back porch.

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