The Close Season What You Doing Today Thread?

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Just finishing my black pudding square sausage and egg bap..... donning my outdoor garb then off for a 7 mile walk with the squeeze. Back, start up the mk1 golf gti for a bit, then settle down to watch Aberdeen FC smash 4 past Killie, then hopefully Motherwell turn over Celtic

Cold but beautiful November’s day here

DCH
 

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Planting the last 150 crocuses, lifting my daliahs, and walking the dogs down the Northie. Maybe ask
The the grand prix later on.
 

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Just finishing my black pudding square sausage and egg bap..... donning my outdoor garb then off for a 7 mile walk with the squeeze. Back, start up the mk1 golf gti for a bit, then settle down to watch Aberdeen FC smash 4 past Killie, then hopefully Motherwell turn over Celtic

Cold but beautiful November’s day here

DCH
You Really do live in a fantasy world...................




Aberdeen score 4 goals! Ha ha ha.
 

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Take a drive around my location local waterway and assess the damage this morning after loads of rain and gales.
Watch grand prix. Then tie up a. Dozen flies or so. Pop to the local for a carvery and a pint and a nip.
Might even consider some sexy time also.
But not when thee. G.P is on
 

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A few more hours at the decorating, then a walk up the Don with the dogs and a couple of pints with a mate at tea time.
 

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Waiting for my wife to get ready so we can go out for whats left of the day, then listen to her winge in the car about how cold it is and winge when she gets out of the car about how cold it is. Then i will be acting as referee between my 2 and 3 year old boys who dont really like eachother much and insist on fighting most days. Then home and take the dog for a walk for some peace then retire upstairs so i dont have to watch that celebrity in the jungle **** or people singing.

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Going for a walk along the river to see if I can spot any spawning activity,then going to spark open a few beer and watch Celtic thump motherwell,HAIL HAIL 🍀 🏆
 

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Just back from work at teesside, I'll have quick cup a coffee then take the dog a walk down the Clyde side, back hame and get the chook in the oven and chill for a bit wae a wee beer then get the gear ready and back teesside in the morning
 

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I’m sitting at the truck stop eating breakfast. I just went to the railroad underpass here In town and net a few pigeons with a long handle net from under the bridge. I’m headed out falcon trapping today but the suns not up for another hour so I’m killing time.
 

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The nice thing about going before sunup as opposed to after sundown I the evening is there is less traffic and the cops don’t show up. Usually they get calls about ‘a guy tormenting pigeons’ in the underpass and come out. They know me now tho so they just tell me ‘try not to get run over’ then go on their way. Silly busybodies with nothing better to do than complain calling them I’m sure. Small town Merka!
 

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Building a website for one of my pals...then taking the dog on the beach for a walk.
Probably try and catch some more Hannibal on Kodi later
 

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Limping along putting skirting on a newly laid floor. I say limping as I have a very sore disc injury in my back and bad whiplash (someone ran into my car). So doing it all with a back brace on. My physio would kill me if she knew but it’s all got to be finished by Christmas so the pressure is on and needs must. .

Currently my wife is running me a hot bath with some cocodamol and some strong cider at the ready. So not all bad. . .
 

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What time is sun setting and uping in Merka now?

Winter time mainly for Vodka and sleeping
Here in Montana the sun starts peeking around 7:30 and last light is about 5:15-5:30.
 
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Firstly cleaned the house, then sorted a pile of firewood out. Visited an Edwardian festival, saw my children's choir sing, bought some nice food and beer. On here now until Blue Planet starts then i'll open a beer!!
Cheers
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Bored already!,spent a riveting afternoon stripping down tubes flies for re-tying,cooked a reet tasty mega fry up for me n Mrs Rennie(wasn't fried really, just the egg, all grilled and oven cooked),sat with a gurt mug of tea now contemplating how I'll use all those Loop bottle tubes I've just liberated!.
Long time till I cast a flee again!.Pedro.
 

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Closed Season?? What closed season?:confused:
When you have shooting dogs and fishing rods the season never ends..
I Simon love this time of year too, out beating with Charlie hard day beating back home after a couple of pints of Landlord in Gargrave. Tea shower and bed after a couple of drams of Cardhu, im lovin it.....
 
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Closed Season, Closed Season...:confused::confused:

It`s the Close Season Simon, any true field sportsman would know that ...:D:D
 

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Struggling with the lack of daylight. Up before dawn to get the best I can. Fish, guns, dogs and kids mean I'm always busy but I savour long walks with the dog and occasional days shooting with friends. I love walking my patrol zone on the river. Seeing the last fish through and, now, the first kelts down, making life a misery for cormorants and gooseanders. I love the dawn and seeing the tracks of a fox or otter. I love pretending I'm training my puppy when we both know it's just fun to see what's round the next corner. Evenings of fire and family and, often, wine. I miss the bustle of a June gloaming and I ache for the love of short summer nights of peal and the odd grilse. But winter has its own special quiet; the incredible silence of a freezing December night. The more I learn to move with the seasons and enjoy the pleasures of each time the happier I am.
 
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