Thursday, June 28, 2012

Deer Camp Blog 3-D

I am toying with the idea of making my blog completely 3-D. If you look at the attached picture and see a crazed right wing baby-deer eating naked zombie lunatic, you are only half right.
To see the world in 3-D you have to be drunk and  have giant coke bottle glasses and a piece of hard rock candy to look through or better yet you can wander over to the KeesKennis Blog and see the world through the eyes of it's strange and bizarre blogger. Caution! Must be drunk first!
Remember to close one eye while looking at the picture now and get ready for Deer Camp Blog 3-D!

Tuesday, June 26, 2012

Abe's Autobiography

Denise and I went to see the historical movie of the life of Abraham Lincoln. This true account is a roller coaster of action, scares and fun. Think Indiana Jones -vs- the Vampires. I personally think it is the best movie of the year. Remember, never trust a damn Vampire!

Friday, June 22, 2012

Working For The Man

Things are heating up at Howell Realty and Appraisal, in fact I have to work this weekend and it is starting to get old. Nobody at the office works weekends, hell they don't even work on Fridays. I am tired of carrying the brunt of everything. I am tired of working all the time, I am tired of working for the MAN. Wait a minute, I am the Man. Damn!

Tuesday, June 19, 2012

Monday, June 18, 2012

Sore Monday

Denise and I took Erin and her friend Destiny to Sardis Lake to meet Mark and Kim for a fun filled day in the sun. Like an idiot I tried to ski. Not a good idea. We had a great time and then for Father's Day I met Paul and Michael at the University Golf Course to play golf at 8AM the next morning. I think I hit the ball around 1000 times in a display of golf that you will never want to see repeated.
I dragged myself home and watched the US Open, Denise made her world famous Lasagna and off to bed.
Today my whole body is aching and sore. It was a fun Fathers's Day weekend.

Wednesday, June 13, 2012


A bag of peanuts is required equipment to carry with you any time you are on the property at the famous Christmas Place. In 1847 the last two wild Mammoths were captured and released on the property and they have flourished. It is kind of unnerving to be slipping through the woods and hear the trumpeting of one of these varmints and hear it coming at you on a dead run, then whopping you on the head and going through your pockets with it's trunk to find some peanuts. Damn things are spoiled rotten.
Two or three times a year we go up to the lake with long brushes and get in the boat while they are out cooling off in the water and scrub them down. No, I don't know why except Dad likes doing it. We always end up drenched from them spraying us, and yes we have to give them peanuts to get them to hold still. So if you come to the famous Christmas Place for a visit, stock up on goobers.

Monday, June 11, 2012

Wednesday, June 06, 2012

Paul's Vacation Tally

Paul's hunting trip.. errr.. I mean vacation ended wonderfully. Basically he sent me this information. They went to Yellowstone National Park blah, blah, blah but then it gets interesting. He sent a list of the animals he managed to bag on his little hunting/vacation trip. 3 big bucks and 2 mule deer, 4 pronghorn antelope, 1 buffalo, a big elk, a bear, a roadrunner, a mongoose?, 17 snakes, a limit of squirrels, 2 geese, a red fox, a bald eagle, a whole covey of quail, 23 groundhogs, 4 coyotes and god knows how he managed to get 1 wolf  too, he almost got a Bigfoot and got one Russian tourist. He was so proud!
On the other hand, his new black Cadillac truck is completely demolished and he will have to get another one as soon as his family gets out of the Psychiatric Unit.

Tuesday, June 05, 2012

Searching For Elvis

Denise and I went to the Elvis Festival in Tupelo on Saturday and were looking forward to spotting Elvis as we went from place to place enjoying the sights. We didn't see him but we finally found where he parked his car and waited around hoping to snap his picture. Denise got all fluttery and tried to get in the car but I held her back and we took a picture before we headed home. Damn! That Elvis is an elusive character!