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Saturday, January 12, 2013

Cheap Therapy

I'm not just observing as a third party the swirl around gun control.  I am experiencing it first hand.  The range has been packed with people I have never seen before.  The Basic Pistol class and CCH classes are fully booked + for next weekend.  Ammo of almost any caliber is hard to get.  Hell, primers and powder are too. Again.

I have a day job.  I don't need to do this.  I go to the range and do what I do because of my passion to pay it forward.  Give citizens the knowledge to defend themselves. Still, I never thought it would get this crazy. 

So for tonight I have a moment of Zen.





 
















From the new Mustang the view into the garage.  Three generations of these cars are represented here, another generation is out of the shot as it is the daily driver. 

I'm thinking sometime in the Spring I will take some days off and put the new one on the road. I long for the release. Maybe meet some old friends in WV and head to IN to meet more.

  

20 comments:

  1. Psst! Drive to WV and we can FLY to IN!

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    1. That is a capitol idea! IF we can do a INDY 1500 show and a blogmeet up there it would be covered in awesome sauce.

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  2. Concur, those long drives ARE like a Zen break... And range time IS getting expensive!!!

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    1. A perfect math problem you have there sir!

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  4. All those horses... that's not a garage... that's a corral...

    Dann in Ohio

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  5. Jealous doesn't even come close. My first car was a '65 Mustang, bought for $2000. Poppy was helping me restore it (how I became a tomboy grease monkey). Older brother borrowed it when he was home on leave and wrapped it around a telephone pole. He walked away with a few scratches and a bump on the head. My Mustang did not.

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    1. I have heard a lot of those stories!

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  6. US 220 is calling to you.

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    1. How far up do I need to go to see you?

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  7. Make sure I know when you are coming to IN. Beer is on me if you are in the NW part.

    Maybe make and INDY Blogmeet. Where I will still gladly buy the beer.

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    1. Thanks for the invite B.! Lets see what we can do.

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  8. Let us know if you happen to venture further north. It is unlikely that we will make it back to your neighborhood for quite a while into the future.

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    1. I understand Mrs. S. I will let you know if I get that far!

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  9. Come up here and let Murphy's Law drive your 'Stang.

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    1. Let me think about that..... NO! LOL!

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  10. I love my truck in the winter time, but I do so miss a fast car.

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    1. What is this "winter" of which you speak? Fast cars we have. Moving around in the snow not so much.

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