Lucky for them it was, is all I will say.
Thanks to Wally for posting this on FB.
All the best,
I'LL VOTE FOR THIS OVER CUOMO & THE NY SAFE ACT COME NOVEMBER!
|One thing is for sure, there was not much of a chance I could go|
out and catch frogs of this size anywhere near me in New York.
They were a handful and their legs were a tasty mouthful.
|There were some nice looking fat legs on|
these babies and that made for great eats.
|Man oh man was that ever some froggy goodness. Golden |
brown, fall off of the bone done and absolutely delicious.
After that I headed to both Dick’s Sporting Goods and Walmart in Dickson City. Neither had 22LR, .22WMR or .35 Remington and I was looking for all three. Dick’s had a lot of other ammo though, comparable to Gander Mountain. Not being born yesterday, and figuring that the salesman over at Gander Mountain was probably born not too long before yesterday, I went back to see if I could get another 525 rounds of Federal 22LR. As it turned out, there was another salesman along with the first guy but after a few minutes the first guy took a break. So, I was in like Flint and that made it two boxes of 22LR for me – or another 1,050 rounds in total.
Then I was off to Walmart in Middletown forgetting that Dick’s was closer, in fact forgetting that there even was a Dick’s in Middletown altogether (not that it mattered). Walmart in Middletown was an utter disappointment. Their ammo shelves were in utter disarray with the wrong caliber over the wrong price stickers on the shelves. Also, there was a pretty limited supply of ammo on the shelves. They had a just about the regular variety of calibers for a Walmart but little of most specific calibers and no .35 Rem, no 22WMR and no 22LR. There was also not one salesperson anywhere in sight to help out in that department.