Question for Rob?
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Coulda been boxelder. I've cut boxelder before that was a bugger compared to cutting that wood. I know we took out oak and basswood but a boxelder might've been one of the dozen or so we took out.
DO NOT SHOOT THE PRETTY DECOY!
Leave a little dried pond scum on it if you want to show it's been hunted but no bb holes, please! It's too nice!
2 minutes ago, hoppe56307 said:
We just can not figure out 3 on 3 hockey, once the game went to OT on New Jersey I just turned it off cause I knew we would lose the game.
Agree! Bottom-line is we don't have the "studs" or a "stud" to make 3 on 3 work. With that few players on the ice it takes a player who can control the puck at will, go end to end, and then either snipe one in or slide it over to the open man who can then bury the puck...we have not one of that caliber of a player(s)....and have not had for years IMO. You'd think we could accidentally win a few of these OT games but we're like 1-10 going back into last year.
What are the limits this year at ripley? Is it one deer? Buck or doe, both?
I might argue it should be called "quintuple ugly..." That was a full frontal meltdown. I know nay-sayers will start bashing Bradford now, but Tom Brady would've had similar results...you can't throw downfield (or even mid level) with sub 2 seconds to act. Nobody can. I expect a much better effort next week, but the truth is that our shoddy O-line met a good Philly front and couldn't hold up at all. That must improve. Playoff time will mean more nasty front fours, and we need to score a few points to win games. Having the outstanding field position we had and turning that into basically no points is not acceptable. I fully expect Zim to get these boys whipped into shape by Monday. What a game for Cutler to come back... Skol!
On 10/21/2016 at 1:30 PM, Jim Uran said:
It's about tea season for this family, lately we've been out picking wintergreen and labrador tea, two common plants here in northern minnesota. Labrador or swamp tea grows well in tamarack bogs, wintergreen grows great in white and red pine areas. Anyone else pick these?
Do you have pictures of either you can post, Jim? Any "bad" look-alikes one should avoid? You got me curious!