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Blinds in your area

Postby goosesmacker » Sun Oct 15, 2006 2:23 am

Here is the question:How many of you have a cooking stove in your blind?

I notice yesterday, folks were out working on their blinds. Some of the blinds are the normal 6x12 box blinds.
:eek: But on the other hand, some of them may have a mortage too! :eek:

So folks, what types/size of blinds are in your area?



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Postby cut_un » Sun Oct 15, 2006 1:35 pm

You know that if I'm anywhere around ..there will be food. I have a small single burner stove so I can heat up some stew or soup when it gets good and cold. Being in my floater it is nothing big, but if I ever have a big stationary blind, I think I would set a table :salude: :salude: You know me smack, every outing is an ocassion to enjoy in my book, why not enjoy it to the fullest :umm: :umm:
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Postby chspk dux » Mon Oct 16, 2006 10:17 am

cut_un wrote: but if I ever have a big stationary blind, I think I would set a table


Cut, I thought you had a stat blind that the tags kept getting stolen from for this year???? Either way........Good luck with yaull's season and happy blind brushing.
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Postby cut_un » Mon Oct 16, 2006 11:23 am

I do T but I was talking about one of those blinds like YOU have :thumbsup: You know, the boat hide off to the side. The big "kitchen off the back" The kind you set up and spend the night in. As you know ,some folks have a lots of time and money tied up in blinds. AND ...if I ever find such a spot.I'll spend all season in it :toofunny:
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