Showing posts with label work. Show all posts
Showing posts with label work. Show all posts

Sunday, November 6, 2011

A little to good.

First off let me apologize for not posting in a long time.  It’s a little crazy right now and I have not been having a lot of time.  Buckman is still trying for the State Championship so he is also a little preoccupied. 

Even with all of this going on we did make it out to the pond last Saturday to check the water levels and all I can say is…    Oops

Sunday, September 4, 2011

Food Plots

Deer season is here.  Well for most of us it is here.  I could have been hunting since August 15 but lets face it is just too hot for that.  However we did get the food plots planted. 

Thursday, August 4, 2011

The Clubhouse Roof

This week we at Briary River had to replace the roof on the clubhouse.  The metal has been in for over a week but we have not been able to work on it due to rain and other things. 

Monday, July 25, 2011

Beginnings, Heat, and Drought


It seems as though we missed a blog this week. It’s not Joe’s fault, it was my turn to write, I was out of town and hadn’t left him anything to put up. I was at football camp. Yes, it seems as though summer is almost over for me. You see, with the exception of Joe, who was a high school quarterback (Yes, I know it is hard to believe that Joe was a football player at one time, don’t tell him I told you, but his team sucked.), the rest of us guys here at Briary River are or were high school football coaches. Summer passing league camp brings the end of summer break, as it comes right before the start of football season. Practice will start Friday.

Sunday, June 5, 2011

The Monkey

Today Buckman and I are going to try something different.  We are releasing two blogs together on the same subject at the same time.  We are doing this to give you both sides of the situation.  Let us know what you think.

Wednesday, April 27, 2011

He Thought He Could Walk On Water

He just did not have the faith.

Let me first explain that we all have our fears.  Mine is spiders and most of the guys here at Briary River are terrified of snakes.  I respect snakes but I am not afraid of them. 

Sunday, April 24, 2011

Between Seasons Drag

I noticed a couple weeks ago that the between seasons drag was back. It never fails. We have all kinds of big plans for what needs to be done. After duck season ends Joe is always gung ho about getting everything done right then. After a couple weeks that passion fades and the amount of things getting done slows down. This year it took the slow down a little longer to start. The excitement of starting something new pushed up a little farther than normal.