When I was 15 my buddy and I put in hay for 3 different farms my home farm and 2 neighbors who both added more lights to the barns so we could unload hay after dark some days we would start at 6: am and quit at midnight pay was never great but your hard work was appreciated and we ate well. One of those old boys would see me in the winter when there was no work and hand me a $50 and say I think I owe you that when I would argue he would say take it or I’ll find someone else to stack my hay. My grandfather on my mothers side could go a week on 2 hours sleep a day he also did farming with us as well as mine and logging on weekend and winter he also owned school busses and drove when he could and most of the repairs.
My wife got a text yesterday from her sister. Our 13-year old nephew was at homeschool co-op and someone was teaching Geography. The nephew was extremely frustrated with the way the teacher was pronouncing "Namib Desert."
He knew it should be pronounced NAH-mib, but the teacher was saying nih-MEB.
When his mother asked where he learned that, he responded "Uncle Petey's brain."
He spent 11 days staying with us about a month ago, and a few evenings we watched African hunting shows like Under Wild Skies, Tracks Across Africa, and Hornady's Dark and Dangerous.
Hello Milan, I just watched your video on disassembling/reassembling the CZ 550. I have spent days looking for something like this. I now have no reservations taking apart my rifle. I like to do this with all my guns so I understand them "inside and out". Thank you very much for the information. It is greatly appreciated.