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azmntman 
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azmntman
12-06-17 09:07 AM - Post#1655414    

    In response to Dutch Schoultz

Marry the right woman and chase her HARD, ALWAYS. I have but once been in hot water for being gone too long in a duck hunt (and had I known why I would have scurrried home lickidie split). 95% of the time when I ask (or state) I want to go hunt or shoot or camp I get a no problem reaction When son was home I was encouraged to have him join me. Seems the trick may be the lil ladies need for time off

 
Wes/Tex 
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12-06-17 03:35 PM - Post#1655473    

    In response to Dutch Schoultz

We all benefit from the fact you had a lot of time on your hands back then. The muzzleloading world is better for it anyway. Not sure what to say about your car except damn...but it's probably in pieces in some old garage across the river!

 
Dutch Schoultz 
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12-06-17 07:12 PM - Post#1655511    

    In response to Wes/Tex

No, my auto is relatively all together and in the hands of the police where it is being checked for fingerprints. I may be able to pick it up tomorrow sometime.
Problem is the key fob is not in it. As he knows where I live he can come pick the car up anytime he feels like it.

I'm to go get fingerprinted tomorrow so they will know which is him and which is me.

Iy's a Mini Cooper which I bought as a fun sort of thing but am very much in love with it. They go like rockets, great power to weight ratio, and while I live and work in a hard to find parking place area, this you can park just about anywhere. I have little or no depth perception so it suits me just fine

Lots of excitement for a few days.

I learned to drive in a Model A Ford and I like the feed back you get from the older cars. I have rented an Elantra which is a nice car, I guess but it sort of floats.

I'm getting some spiral bound books of the System which I thought of giving as prizes )For doing what?) II;m waiting to see if they are affordable.'

Local Police are great to work with. People tell soldiers Thanks for your service as I have been doing since the practice began. For the last year I have also been saying to the various city police as they seem to be getting as much flack from the populace as the soldiers are enjoying over seas.


Dutch

 
Wes/Tex 
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Wes/Tex
12-06-17 10:23 PM - Post#1655535    

    In response to Dutch Schoultz

Good, glad it's working out. If I could go back and get one from my past it'd be our old 1949 Chevy 4-door Deluxe. It was a low speed tank but just cool!

 
Dutch Schoultz 
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12-07-17 07:14 AM - Post#1655585    

    In response to Wes/Tex

Wes Tex,
My first and only new car was a '48 Chevy two door. Midddle level of the three levels they turned out in those days.
I have to go get fingerprinted so they can tell which are his and which are mine. And look at photo line up. The police are excellent. I intend to have all my future cars stolen in Maplewood, Missouri.


Dutch

 
Wes/Tex 
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Wes/Tex
12-07-17 07:20 AM - Post#1655586    

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1776Patriot 
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12-07-17 08:10 AM - Post#1655600    

    In response to Wes/Tex

Wow, does that bring back memories! My wife at the time and I bought a 4-door, '49 Chevy for $50. bucks, and that old tank carried us back and forth from Easton, PA. to East Stroudsburg State College every day for a couple of years until we graduated. And, then pulled a 16 ft. U-Haul to our first teaching jobs in Montgomery Co., PA. Shortly after that hauling venture, the engine called it quits!

It is amazing how cars fit into our lives as we live them through the years. Now, a 2015, Chevy Silverado, hopefully will be my last set of new wheels needed.

 
azmntman 
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azmntman
12-07-17 08:30 AM - Post#1655609    

    In response to 1776Patriot

Well I hope so cuz as I hear it the 2018 modeles have changes that remove them from the Historically Correct list of traditional muzzle loading transport vehicles!

 
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