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Show me some thing you cherish !!!

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by OLD ONE EYE, May 23, 2013.

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  1. OLD ONE EYE

    OLD ONE EYE Well-Known Member

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    Home recuperating from eye surgery so computer bound so thought I would like to see things you cherish what ever they may be.

    You all are way more interesting to me than todays TV for sure.

    My best friend and companion Ginger I'm way to attached for sure.


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  2. timberfaller

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    All I have to "cherish" is my family!!

    Everything else "month and rust" will destroy in time. Or some "thief" could steal.
     
  3. mette56

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    My oldest son Jody. Had to bury his brother Jason in 1985 and his brother Sammy in 2010, so...well...you know why I cherish him.




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    MO dove hunt around '78. Jody's (far left) first shot at a dove at age 7...killed two w/one shot. Sammy (middle boy) shooting my 1st gun ever. H & R Topper Mod 48...410 hammer cock. Jason (far right) was just happy to be there. Jody and Sammy were both born on Jan. 15th, 4 years apart. Jason was born on Jan 17th between the other two. Boy, some times to cherish!

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  4. senior smoke

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    Most people including myself would show family members as this is what we cherish the most in life.

    I hate to admit this but I really don't cherish any material item I have. Maybe I just don't have any thing worth cherishing, but material things have never gotten me to excited.

    I'd post a picture but I have no idea how to post pictures on this site. Have no idea why we can't just copy and paste to this site like other sites?
    Steve Balistreri
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  5. Mike Hessong* (MH*)

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    My wife and I don't have any kids, but we do cherish our nieces and nephews, as well as our great-nieces and great-nephews, but 1 thing I really care for is an old baseball my grandfather handed down to me !!! He passed away back in 2002 at the age of 95, and was a newspaperman all his life with a big place in his heart for baseball. The pictured ball has Babe Ruth's signature (very faded) right below Hank Aaron's signature, as well as 15 other Hall of Fame players like Mickey Mantle, Roger Maris, Joe DiMaggio, Casey Stengle, Yogi Berra, Don Larsen, Nolan Ryan, Tony Kubekm Al Lopez, Whitey Ford and Tony Cuccinello. Even Pete Rose, but doesn't look like he will make the Hall of Fame, worthy of it, but everyone has their own opinion on him ! Grandpa got all but Joe DiMaggio's signature in person (mailed it to him and had it returned by him!), the rest of the signatures were gotten between 1929 and 1980 or so. Kind of interesting piece of baseball history.
     
  6. Scott Johnson

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    My wife, family and especially the grand kids, all irreplaceable. 2nd would be relationships with people those also are irreplaceable to a degree and stuff that should be enjoyed. METTE56 or Milt, so will see them both again on the other side in a better place. Scott
     
  7. W.R.Buchanan

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    Here's Feeps.. he's the best boy!
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  8. Kolarpole

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    ok..............
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  9. Barrelbulge(Fl)

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    My wife and my dog. The dog was put down 2 weeks ago after being withus for 15 years.

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    and my grandson. Early picture.


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    Here at 4.


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  10. chuckie68

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    My Dad and his brother Henry. Memories are GREAT and many!!!
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    Brian in Oregon Well-Known Member

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    My daughter Heather and son Sean.
     
  12. twcpdc

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    Doesn't get more cherished than this. Tom
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  13. bill1949

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    Freedom...Bill
     
  14. Bob M

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    My kids. Almost 9 years old, but my favorite picture. 'Fuzz', Kim, and Robbin. Now a 6th grader, a Doctor of Pharmacy, and a Senior Biochemistry major in college.


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    My beloved wife who puts up with me.


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    My 11 year old boxer 'Pudge'. She has cancer and we don't know how much longer we will have her.


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    After surviving two bouts with cancer myself, I cherish a bunch of things...
     
  15. Doubles Shooter

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    Here's mine.My 3yo fishing partner.
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  16. beeper

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    Having been to the "edge" a few times..... LIFE

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  17. TEXASZEPHYR

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    My 2 youngest grand kids
     
  18. Big Al 29

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    One eye, you sound like a creepy guy to want to see something we cherish.

    That sounds like Hannibal Lecter type stuff brother.

    take ginger for a walk!
     
  19. Maurice

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    The freedom I have that I fought for, my wife, my three children who are career commissioned officers in the Canadian military and the health that we all enjoy.
    Maurice ( The Brit> )
     
  20. Garry

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    What do I cherish the most. Now that's an easy question.

    The fellowship with my Lord God. I love him with all my heart, soul and mind.
     
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