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by puma guy
Sat Nov 18, 2017 7:50 pm
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C-dub wrote:I was just messing with my daughter by kneeling.

Regarding the hair: I realized a few years ago that I was no longer doing the thing that I first cut my hair short for and stopped cutting it. I started getting trims after a year or so to wait for the top/front to catch up with the back in length. I don't know where I'm going with it, but I've made it through two summers now without cutting it all off and going back to the flat top with almost nothing on the sides. However, who knows, there's always tomorrow.
In my younger days I had a pony tail to the middle of my back! :tiphat: I had hair back then. I also had a beard for many, many years. My wife had never seen me w/o a beard until our first daughter was about a year old and that was ten years after we met.
by puma guy
Sat Nov 18, 2017 5:06 pm
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C-dub wrote:Sure is!

H-dub was laughing so hard at me because I was squatting down a little closer to her height. I don't know why I also didn't realize my hair was so long in the back. :shock: :coolgleamA:
I wondered what we going on with the bent knees! :lol:
The last photos I took of you your hair style was a crew cut.
by puma guy
Sat Nov 18, 2017 3:06 pm
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Enjoyed meeting the DFW bunch. Thanks for the warm welcome. Enjoyed seeing several familiar faces from some of the Elm Fork skeet shoots. Namely C-dub, H-dub and the gentleman who let me shoot his Marlin .444 at the shoot and BBQ meet, whose screen name I forgot as well as meeting many new faces to put with names I recognized on the forum. If any of you come to Houston we'd be glad to have you attend our breakfasts.

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by puma guy
Fri Nov 17, 2017 10:28 pm
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C-dub wrote:
puma guy wrote:If you guys don't mind having an import from H-town attend I'll try to make it.
Bring it on Puma Guy.

It looks like H-dub will be with me again. See everyone in the morning.
I'll see a couple of familiar faces along with the new ones.
by puma guy
Fri Nov 17, 2017 9:37 am
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If you guys don't mind having an import from H-town attend I'll try to make it.
by puma guy
Sat Jul 08, 2017 4:23 pm
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Haven't had breakfast at Rudy's but here's a sampling from where the Houston South Quadrant meets and eats.
The biscuit which comes with any breakfast entree. It can double as a birthday cake when candles are added, :lol:
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Here's my regular order.
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I have to admit I donate my biscuit!
by puma guy
Fri Jun 09, 2017 1:08 pm
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Jusme wrote:
puma guy wrote:
The Annoyed Man wrote:
hovercat wrote:
Jusme wrote:
C-dub wrote:Someone mentioned busting some clays in the other thread. Is that something on the itinerary? I am off that weekend and considering coming down. I've also didn't know Rudy's had breakfast and really really like tacos of all kinds with rare exception.

Whether or not there will be any clay busting on the menu is not a deal breaker. I only ask so I'll know what to bring along.
It's not part of the plan right now, TAM mentioned it, in the original thread topic: https://texaschlforum.com/viewtopic.php ... 5#p1155128

I wouldn't mind including that if someone has a place in mind, close by. But it may be more driving than some will want to do.
Alpine range? Purchase a box of their targets,, you can split a box between twork or three, and no charge to use their throwers. Not a skeet course, just a row of spring throwers, but fun. They also have skeet, more expensive, rifle and pistol $12, might be more on weekend.
We've had two or three of our skeet gatherings at Alpine. I'm not opposed to meeting there for another skeet shoot, but I'm not familiar enough with that area to know of any decent nearby eateries.
TAM,
There are several good eateries in Mansfield near Alpine. Our Place, Joe's, Good Day Cafe if it's decided to have a breakfast and shoot. As Vol Tex suggested you may want to stick to breakfast, discussion and the camaraderie in that setting. You will be surprised how quickly two hours pass.

There is also, a brand new Barbecue restaurant, just west of Mansfield on 1187, I haven't tried it yet, but, It is a big place. http://smokeymaesbbq.com/
Jusme,
I was going to mention, but when my daughter who lives in Mansfield is down here visiting said they had some problems. She said it was good, but had closed to work out some kinks. Too much Smoke in Smokey Mae's from the pits. They have since reopened, but I don't know if they do breakfast. I couldn't find it on the menu. I'll be up there in late June or early July and plan to try it. It's owned by the folks that have many businesses in and around Mansfield, including Marksmen Gun shops and soon to be Marksmen Shooting Range next to the Marksmen on 1187.
by puma guy
Fri Jun 09, 2017 12:04 pm
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The Annoyed Man wrote:
hovercat wrote:
Jusme wrote:
C-dub wrote:Someone mentioned busting some clays in the other thread. Is that something on the itinerary? I am off that weekend and considering coming down. I've also didn't know Rudy's had breakfast and really really like tacos of all kinds with rare exception.

Whether or not there will be any clay busting on the menu is not a deal breaker. I only ask so I'll know what to bring along.
It's not part of the plan right now, TAM mentioned it, in the original thread topic: https://texaschlforum.com/viewtopic.php ... 5#p1155128

I wouldn't mind including that if someone has a place in mind, close by. But it may be more driving than some will want to do.
Alpine range? Purchase a box of their targets,, you can split a box between twork or three, and no charge to use their throwers. Not a skeet course, just a row of spring throwers, but fun. They also have skeet, more expensive, rifle and pistol $12, might be more on weekend.
We've had two or three of our skeet gatherings at Alpine. I'm not opposed to meeting there for another skeet shoot, but I'm not familiar enough with that area to know of any decent nearby eateries.
TAM,
There are several good eateries in Mansfield near Alpine. Our Place, Joe's, Good Day Cafe if it's decided to have a breakfast and shoot. As Vol Tex suggested you may want to stick to breakfast, discussion and the camaraderie in that setting. You will be surprised how quickly two hours pass.
by puma guy
Thu Jun 08, 2017 9:42 pm
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Topic: DFW West/Southwest Quadrant Breakfast
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bblhd672 wrote:Starting a new thread for the DFW W/SW Quadrant Breakfast meeting.
When: Saturday June 17, 2017, 8:00 AM.
Where: Rudy's BBQ
451 East I-20
Arlington
https://rudysbbq.com/location/Detail/arlington-tx#

Map:
https://www.google.com/maps/place/Rudy' ... 97.1031344
:thumbs2: :thumbs2: It's a great endeavor. I wish you success and I hope I can attend one myself as a representative of the Houston South Quadrant group when I'm up that way.

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