Plan C on the Pioneer Project and a Bunny Chase for Abbey

By: plapman , 1:20 PM GMT on February 03, 2012

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I blew the rifle stock project again yesterday. After staining the stock and hollowing out a small grove for the barrel then gluing the barrel in place I realized that I had the barrel on the wrong side. I guess I'm into plan c today and carve out another one. This time I;ll slice a piece of mahogany moulding left over from the bathroom project. It should come out a nice color for the stock. I think I;ll make a small box, label it explosives, and blow the whole thing up. :) But as the Queen says" It fills your day".
I checked the Link Alley left me yesterday, that guy sure makes realistic looking cabins. I wonder if he uses mud and grass clippings tp chink the spaces between logs. I could start building log cabins and add them to my growing list of enterprises of a bakery, screech coffee shop and roofing business. :) On that note it's time for me to create some more goodies as all the treats have dissappeared.
I got Abbey out on the gopher trails yesterday and I'm going to have to change the name of our route. Yesterday she flushed out a bunny and when she finally gave up the chase she came back to me oanting. That walk sure is good exercise for her. The vet won't want her on a diet again as Abbey now has hips again.
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4. ShenValleyFlyFish
7:09 PM GMT on February 03, 2012
Hi Tony,

What's it doing above freezing in Manitoba in Feb? I thought you guys were the North American Siberia.

Take care.
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3. unclemush
3:07 PM GMT on February 03, 2012
Hi Tony.I think you need a mini crossbow.One that works.Making the arrows should keep you busy for awhile.:)
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2. shoreacres
2:51 PM GMT on February 03, 2012
Morning, Tony,

I wish I could take Dixie Rose on a walk/chase. She needs to see her hips again! But at least I've gotten her to eat a particular wet food now, and the vet says that should help with the slimming down process.

I've got a solution for the rifle. Give it a name and tell everyone it's a new design! ;)

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1. Alleyoops
2:42 PM GMT on February 03, 2012
Good morning Tony, sounds like little frustrations are beginning to set in. Thing is, leave that part for a while and go on to something else, I am sure there are many other parts to work on in your project. You can always come back to the rifle at a later time. Maybe if you check out the local dollar store in the toy section they may have something you can use for the wagon...Kids should not have all the fun...LOL

Anyway dear one, have a great day. Enjoy your baking....
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