Cleaning smiles

by Oct 23, 2011Uncategorized

Cleaning smiles

In an effort to clean my house before I go mia for the next 5 weekends, I started cleaning my office. I was of the mindset that if it was not critical to my daily life or have a significant historical impact, it was going in the trash. I had to. A lot of the stuff has been hiding in a closet for more years that I know and has been moved in those boxes probably 4 times. As I was going through stuff, I found the following that made me smile:

They are handouts from my hunter’s safety course. I am not sure why I held on to them since they are out of date now. I also found a notebook with permission slips for hunting on other people’s property, information on how to keep invasive species out of the waterways and how to safely keep a firearm in your home. Fun things to find!

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