Monday, December 29, 2008

Mixing up the game bag

The boys decided to mix it up a bit this weekend & bring a different variety of fowl home besides duck & goose. Son Delley, his buddy Justin, son Lane & Tate the "pint- sized pointer" with some pheasants & a quail they bagged down by Imperial, NE.

Tuesday, December 23, 2008

Hardcore or CRAAAZY?

You decide, it was a balmy 15 degrees for the Wine & Gravel ride but the show must go on! A few brave souls decided it was a good idea. From left, Kendell, Patty, Lane, the Paxton Coyote & his better half Jessie

Jessie cresting the big hill north of town, Patty bringing up the rear in the background.

Just a little additive to keep the motor from gelling up, enjoyed in MODERATION of course!

Choose your path carefully kids, it's a long, icy descent at 30 mph!

Back into town & the sign says it best, BRRR!

We may have to talk to the proprietors of 5 Trails Winery about some bicycle parking as I'm pretty sure there will be many more rides in the future that end up there.

Finally arrived & enjoying the warmth of some fine wine & fellowship with friends, mother-in-law Allie on the left was our SAG driver & photographer, was a nice little ride despite the temps & road conditions, any day that a bike can be rode is a good one for me!

Sunday, December 7, 2008

Culture in a small town

 It's crazy that a small town like ours can support 3 bars but now they have some culture to compete with in the form of a brand new winery. Welcome 5 Trails Winery! It's amazing what a very old building has been transformed into, VERY NICE & a welcomed change of pace in a small town such as ours!

 To help celebrate this culture coming to town & have an enjoyable afternoon with friends we'll be hosting a Wine & Gravel Ride December 21 at 2 pm MT, meet up to ride 15 miles of gravel despite the weather then go to the winery for a tasting & some fellowship. If you don't want to ride then you can meet up with us there.


Back in the blind!

 Another day of hunting for Delley & "Critter Gitter"  We will definitely have "Christmas Goose" this year.