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Set a Deer Feeder at the least this morning, didn't need a coat!! #7232643 07/23/18 01:22 AM
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Dang it was hot. I'm surprised I didn't have 350 pounds of pop corn.

I had to much to do and didn't get an early start. It didn't take long to slide the feeder out of truck, installed the timer and armored flex/wire etc. As hot as it was it sure seemed like a long time.

I had to put my work glove on to put the varmint cage on it, to hot to handle. Same for the bolts. When I worked out side we would use anything we could to cover tools up with, rag, board etc. Tools can get dang hot in the sun. I don't work outside anymore for a living and I can sure tell it on hot days. Oh well, its just summer. It won't stay hot forever, it will cool down in about 3 months!!. I need to buy or build a gravity protein feeder or two to put out week after next when I got back.






Thanks, Billy


Thanks, Billy
Re: Set a Deer Feeder at the least this morning, didn't need a coat!! [Re: Gringocazador] #7233111 07/23/18 04:31 PM
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