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Old 04-27-2013, 03:39 PM   #81
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"Put up" with? I thought you had other plans!?
My wife of 40 years will head north, I think, hows the old saying, the old grey mare ain't what she used to be...............Believe me, they don't makem like my wife any more........And if you find one, you have hit the jackpot........................Now i'm raising my 9 year old grand daughter, hopefully she'll come around and be the same as her mimi............[grand maw]........ She loves the out doors, hunt and fish, and play with dead animals...... she still wants to try the fried tree rat thing.......lol...... I'm saving that for her birthday..............
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Old 04-27-2013, 04:05 PM   #82
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Had a buddy w/a city girlfriend who the first time she saw a woods referred to is as "messy." I had one who said to look at the pretty horses as we drove past a milk farm and screamed when she saw me bite into an off-the-vine green pepper -- she knew they were poisonous unless simmered in tomato sauce with onions and sausage to be poured over spaghetti. OK Everybody's different. But...

...I will tell you that it is women who have been surprisingly involved and active in the TEA Party movement to save this country and they are alot more resiliant then spoiled man-childs are. I hope we never prove it...
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Old 04-28-2013, 11:02 PM   #83
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My wife grew up as a "city" girl. (And she hated every minute of it)

Within 2 years after we were married, she could field dress a deer, outshoot me with my own M-1 Garand, and field strip, clean and reassemble an M-1, AR-15 and 1911.

Her "carry" gun today is a S&W model 19, .357 magnum with 2 1/2 inch barrel.

Her favorite rifle is a SAR-2 (AK-74) 5.45X39
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Old 05-01-2013, 03:06 AM   #84
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My wife grew up as a "city" girl. (And she hated every minute of it)

Within 2 years after we were married, she could field dress a deer, outshoot me with my own M-1 Garand, and field strip, clean and reassemble an M-1, AR-15 and 1911.

Her "carry" gun today is a S&W model 19, .357 magnum with 2 1/2 inch barrel.

Her favorite rifle is a SAR-2 (AK-74) 5.45X39
Wow locutus, that's amazing. And has to be a rare exception. Good for you guys!
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Old 05-01-2013, 11:42 PM   #85
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having a wife that is quite capable helps a lot. luckily mine is.
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