What do you do on a Quiet Sunday night ?

Richard Tool

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Hi all - thought it might be interesting to share what we do on a Sunday evening.
I guess I should go first . A few ladies will be dropping by - Sofia Vergara said she would bring a friend or two.Not sure who but I suspect it may be Lucy Pinder and Catherine Zeta - Jones . After we explore a few ideas of mine and they have all left smiling I will probably relax with a few brews ( that won’t negatively effect my blood sugar) and then I may start to watch the new Ken Burns 10 part documentary on the history of the Norton motorcycle. A little pathetic I know but ...
How about you gents ?
 

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I usually wish I had eaten a little less, check the forum and replay my Sunday morning ride in my head.
 
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Have some more wine.
Work at getting the kids settled down and ready for bed......fed, bathed, teeth brushed, homework done, clothes folded and put away. Then maybe split a beer with the wife and unwind.
 

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Work at getting the kids settled down and ready for bed......fed, bathed, teeth brushed, homework done, clothes folded and put away. Then maybe split a beer with the wife and unwind.
Same here!

This post was obviously started by some who‘s either never had kids, or who’s kids have been gone for so long they’ve forgotten .... :rolleyes:
 

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Kids, what means kids? Sounds like a disease magnet.
 

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Our kids are grown and gone , in fact we now have one 7yr old grand boy ... thanks for the memories of bath/bedtime things could get hectic, especially with the 2 English bullies vying for attention at same time , now a days usually do as little as possible on Sunday evening unless it NFL season .... rarely ride into the dusk or dark for pleasure just too many deer , in fact today I’m moving our sentry sprinklers around to keep them (deer) guessing where danger is , got 5 strands elec. horse fence around veg. garden but they still challenge even that off and on ... not much happens around here on Sunday evening haha!
 

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I've found if you lay chicken wire around the garden, the deer won't walk on it. It gets stuck in their cloven hooves. But it's really only viable in the winter, in the summer you can't mow over it. The 300 Savage to the head with a 125 grain SX bullet also works. I hates deer meat, so I give it to the guy that works for us around the yard once a week but I've no worry about killing them. Thick as thieves here.

Yeah, rug rats is another name.
 
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