wow moment on the tundra

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wow moment on the tundra

Post by leslie(nova scotia) » Sat Mar 17, 2018 8:33 pm

Darn cold out there today in the wind on a field. Of course my mind was mostly elsewhere as Marie and I just booked for 2 weeks in Peurto Plata. Once again the Peso Pirate of Puerto Plata will plunder, pillage and........well eat!

Had a wow moment a third of the way through my outing!
Echo on this photo!
Turned out to be not what I thought it to be....ding dong Avon calling.

Think my freedom 3 plus caught a cold . Took a hissy fit.....found that the pin pointer trigger was frozen...da. Something like my middle finger in the upright position.

Any way a half quota was added to the "whatever fund" with a button, wooden nob and a defunct bridge token thrown into the miscellaneous bucket.
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Re: wow moment on the tundra

Post by cantona1 » Sat Mar 17, 2018 10:20 pm

You're a braver man than me Leslie ::g

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Re: wow moment on the tundra

Post by fred » Sat Mar 17, 2018 10:36 pm

Probably enough there to buy a coconut on your holiday! :D
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