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. I made this video a few weeks ago. I have since taken the winter cover off of my pegoda. Panzies in the pots. The pit you see is a covered for safety gold fish pond. It will be showing water plants soon. I do have some rail cars that I will be running soon once I get the track evened out more. The long tunnel/shed has locking doors on each end so I will be able to store my train there during the summer months. For me.. just like my coral reef.....it is relaxing and addictive.
 

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Pro sheep showman! Showed at the fort bend county fair, Houston rodeo, cinco progress show, I45- livestock fest, summer slam livestock show, and a couple others :) F48CD727-81AE-4C9B-AAAD-B2AA09FC26F5.jpeg 6793C178-13DC-4351-899B-61B7457F85D5.jpeg F2B1D197-018D-4919-BB79-9AAC3460A0EB.jpeg DE488C04-5250-4A84-A3D6-B5994D6560CD.jpeg
I didn’t know you were an FFA girl. My cousin is 16/17 and really into raising and showing pigs.
 

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Borzoi (Russian wolfhound) showman! Yep, that's my best side.
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And showing cars! The light blue one on the left is my 1957 Aston Martin. I won't lie - it was pretty cool getting to drive into NRG Stadium.
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Dogs and cars, cars and dogs - seems to be kind of a theme.
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I also have been into photography for a long time - used to do darkroom work back before digital was a thing. And one of these days/years, I intend to put this thing back together - it's a player pump organ from I think the 1920's that's about 7 feet long and tall.
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Borzoi (Russian wolfhound) showman! Yep, that's my best side.
PC010414.JPG

And showing cars! The light blue one on the left is my 1957 Aston Martin. I won't lie - it was pretty cool getting to drive into NRG Stadium.
P6090335.JPG

Dogs and cars, cars and dogs - seems to be kind of a theme.
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I also have been into photography for a long time - used to do darkroom work back before digital was a thing. And one of these days/years, I intend to put this thing back together - it's a player pump organ from I think the 1920's that's about 7 feet long and tall.
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Beautiful dogs!!
 

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those cross stitched fish patterns are very cool. also nice how you totally encapsulated 2021 in just one picture.
 

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During baseball season, I follow the sport pretty closely and other hobbies kind of fall by the wayside. Last year, I picked up collecting roses (started with 4, up to 12 varieties now). I'm a long-time cross-stitcher but started designing my own patterns this year.

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In love with the fish!! I made this pattern for a hermit crab a while ago :) DC1F0D93-E407-4539-B6BF-738FCEACF859.jpeg 4400FE97-71E8-4D60-A4C5-FE6E25E336D4.png
 

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Far too many that compete for time/resources, the big few are woodworking and fossil collecting, and a little video game collecting up until the collector market went through the roof. I'd love to put kayak fishing on the list but considering my kayak hasn't been wet (minus rain) in over a year I think it got bumped.
 

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Far too many that compete for time/resources, the big few are woodworking and fossil collecting, and a little video game collecting up until the collector market went through the roof. I'd love to put kayak fishing on the list but considering my kayak hasn't been wet (minus rain) in over a year I think it got bumped.
what kinda kayak you got? i was kinda in the market for one. But honestly I haven't been fishing in a while
 

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what kinda kayak you got? i was kinda in the market for one. But honestly I haven't been fishing in a while

I got a good deal on Jackson Kayak - Big Tuna about 10-12ish (holy crap) years ago. Its huge, and has a live bait well in the hull. After looking, it doesn't appear that they make it anymore though.

I think if I were to get anything now, it would be something with a pedal drive (re: Hobie) which seems to have more options than it used to.
 

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I got a good deal on Jackson Kayak - Big Tuna about 10-12ish (holy crap) years ago. Its huge, and has a live bait well in the hull. After looking, it doesn't appear that they make it anymore though.

I think if I were to get anything now, it would be something with a pedal drive (re: Hobie) which seems to have more options than it used to.
I have a couple of these with trolling motors. They’re perfect because you sit off the water a little more than a kayak. Easier to cast. Plus, with the trolling motor, you just sit back, relax, and enjoy the ride.
 

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