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Enjoying retirement from 22 years of guiding on Richards Chambers Lake #14051280 07/03/21 06:51 PM
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Hello to all of my good friends especially those who fished with me all those years. I'm thoroughly enjoying my retirement but I work until late every day in my yard.
It's just my hobby and a way of exercising.
My front and back yard looks good
It sure likes this rain and cooler weather. I will probably grow me a tomato plant or two next year.
All this yard work is kinda a celebration of my retirement. It is kinda like i went fishing for 22 years and wanted to kick start everything.
I have the watering sit up on timers now and it reminds me of the wiring to my depth finders!
Hahaha!

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Re: Enjoying retirement from 22 years of guiding on Richards Chambers Lake [Re: BOB HOLMES GS] #14051315 07/03/21 07:44 PM
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Congratulations on your Retirement!

Re: Enjoying retirement from 22 years of guiding on Richards Chambers Lake [Re: BOB HOLMES GS] #14051316 07/03/21 07:45 PM
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Looks good. You have a lot of plants to care of and it looks like you have prepared for the dog days of summer with a watering system.
Good way to exercise and the rewards are worth it. Enjoy.

Re: Enjoying retirement from 22 years of guiding on Richards Chambers Lake [Re: BOB HOLMES GS] #14051900 07/04/21 02:01 PM
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How is the shoulder? I am 4 weeks post op, chewing at the bit to get my arm back. Good to hear from you, and I bet it's nice not knowing what day it is...


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Re: Enjoying retirement from 22 years of guiding on Richards Chambers Lake [Re: BOB HOLMES GS] #14052016 07/04/21 03:25 PM
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Yes Sir, "Living the Dream"! Keep enjoying your retirement! cheers



Side Note: I will still try to get some fishing time in! Just my two cents. thumb


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Re: Enjoying retirement from 22 years of guiding on Richards Chambers Lake [Re: BOB HOLMES GS] #14052326 07/04/21 09:54 PM
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Enjoy your retirement!


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