Bow and Black Powder deer seasons opened a week or so ago. These fellows are just a might short:
WICHITA, Kan. –
Wichita Police are looking for burglars who stole dozens of hunting bows from a store on W. Harry.
The front door of Diamond Archery was pried open at around 4:00 Tuesday morning. Surveillance video shows three people wearing hoodies come in and take 30 compound hunting bows valued at around $24,000.
They didn’t seem to have gotten any arrows, however. Another short sighted move.
The deer are being moved around. A number of cars are resting along the highways having received bloody noses from encounters with deer during the day. Any hundred pound deer at sixty miles an hour does considerable damage.
Housekeeper increased her vehicle insurance from liability to comprehensive last Thursday after a near episode with retreating and spooked animals. Smart lady.
She seems to be treating this vehicle with a care she has not shown for any other vehicle she has owned. A remarkable change in attitude. Finally found a vehicle she both likes and can take pride in. That’s a good thing, and one I’d almost not expected from her.
I got some eye drops from the eye doctor. Free. One of the bottles was almost empty I discovered after opening it. As I dislike freebees as a general rule, I didn’t bitch to the doctor for giving away samples that are short of the real thing, so I ordered some of the same stuff from an on-line store.
After it was all said and done I received the billing from the store. The price had doubled. It was the postage that did the dirty work. If it weren’t for the fact I have a critical eye exam tomorrow I’d have opted for normal mail.
Or, it might have been wiser to put the eye doc on a quilt trip. Which is almost impossible. She’s heard most of what I’d have to say anyhow.
From the reaches,