Saturday, 24 October 2009

The wettest shoot day in years

Produced nothing for the bag, the birds that were claimed werent found (not many either) and we managed to get a thorough drenching.
The lads beating did really well and put a fair few birds over the line, we do however need to change the direction of one or two of the drives without changing the guns if that makes sense!
Clay shoot tomorrow and the weather should hold, I have to nip off in the afternoon to check out some work done to clear the Rhodedendrons from a stalking wood.
You never know what you may see so camera will be with me this time!
The RFD application is in, the local rozzers have replied with a 4 page list of requirements, I think I may have already answered most of them although financial forecasts arent easy to make these days are they?

In the meantime thanks to Darryl and Clive for this;
On a bitterly cold winter's day several years ago in northern Scotland a police constable on patrol came across a motor cyclist, who was swathed in protective clothing and helmet, stalled by the roadside.
"What's the matter?" asked the policeman.
"Carburetor's frozen," was the terse reply.
"Pee on it. That'll thaw it out."
"Can't."
"OK, Watch me and I will show you."
The constable lubricated the carburetor, as promised.
The bike started and the rider drove off, waving.
A few days later, the police officer received a note of thanks from thefather of the motorbike rider.
It began: "On behalf of my daughter, who recently was stranded

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Only 4 pages of requirements? You must have lost your touch!

Mr FM