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Sitting at the casino in San Remo
Dining at Kitchin in Leith
Bowling and drinking beer with my brother in law in Denmark
Night on the town in monaco,,,
Dinner at the le chateu de la chevre d'or in eze,,,
A fast car and a fast woman ;-)
.22lr, .22lr .222, .223, .243, .270, 12g fac, 12g, 12g, 12g, 12gand still growing.....
drinking beer at sunset on rhodes.driving a 355 daytona again,awesommmmme .watching dolphins off cocoa beach with an ice cold coors as the sun rises .memories of happy
1. Lying half naked in a wee depression on Ealing Common with a 17-year old and wanting the world to stop rather than walk her home to Elms Lane. (1974 in case you figure on reporting me!)
2. Running my fingernail down a November frost as adhered to the inside of the bedroom window before slipping the highly figured walnut stock of a .22 HW35 Export between the welcoming folds of Brady's finest canvas & leather rifle slip.
3. Cooking my Daughter breakfast after an early morning squirrel hunt as the sun floods across the Greensand Ridge and mist lingers in the hollows.
1.Sitting on the rear deck of a boat somewhere in the coral sea after a day of spearfishing for dogtooth tuna. Everything is cleaned & packed from the days events & ready for the next. The sun is resting on the pink horizon, the ocean is like glass, a hearty dinner is about 10 mins from being tabled & you're having a beer with your mates as they recall their days events.
2.That first step of a long awaited journey. It doesn't matter what you've forgotten to do or take now. It's too late to worry. All you can do now is to breath out, relax, enjoy the journey & the anticipation of what is to come.
3. Catching up wildlife. There is always a point usually not long after it's started where you can taste the situation in the air. Both man & beast are cautious & aroused. There is fear, doubt & adrenalin mixed with determination & an ever increasing need to maintain control & predict the prevent the next "anxious moment". It could be just one or several hundred animals & no two times or situations are ever the same. I often dread the situation at the time, yet as soon as its finished, i"m eager to start another & quickly forget & ignore the cuts, bruises & punctures. Getting old sux.
"Men Who Stare at Deer."
1. What i've always done
2. What i'm doing currently
3. What i'm hoping to do
1. Trying to sell shotguns
2. Failing to sell shotguns
4. Hoping to sell shotguns