Hey Rick, thanks for the comments on my movies, those were some good times.. and it appears from your collection of photo's that you have done really well for yourself and have a great family. The frog pond is not only bottomless, but it has every car that was ever stolen in Midfield in it.... as I told Bryan Waldrop recently, we are all lucky we survived our teenage years in the highlands.. man we were as clannish as the Scottish.. but I do remember the great football games we had on the corner of 12th Av and 8th Street.. I look back on the people I grew up with that helped me prepare to face the world.. I quickly learned that us highlanders could compete and perform in the world with the best of them.. Its good to hear from you..
Hey hey Brother Rick,
How's the world as you see it from there? I've had occassion to stroll down memory lane recently and couldn't help but to reflect on my ol bud. From your photographs you seem to be taking care of yourself. My love to you and all of your kin.
Thanks for the message! And yes ROLL TIDE! Things are going good here and the season has been good to us so far. I did get the chance to go down to Melanie's and hunt one day this past year, wished you could have made it down. Stay in touch and we will be in the south in a few weeks at Atlanta and Talladega.
That's pretty good shooting there Greg!! Very impressive to say the least. I am about a consistent high eighties and I shoot quite a bit. Keep up the good work and remember to keep both eyes open and aim with your heart!! "can't miss! ;-)"
Rick, how are you ? gotta tell you a funny gun story, I had a over & under I could not hit anything with it. Other people could hit with it, but not me. Sold it, it was not a expensive one. I was looking for a camo shotgun for turkey hunting, found a unused Winchester National Wild Turkey model 1300 pump, $275.00, I can hit 4 out of 5 skeet with it !