I saw a documentary, maybe a Duck's Unlimited film, not too long ago about a wooden boat that you ease along in a river, making the boat lean over to provide cover. Anyone know what that boat is called. It leans to the side to the point you might think it would tip all the way.
If you don't need it all the time, there are places that rent them. One place provides two phones, extra batteries, and a charger. Two weeks for about $145. They advertise in the Colorado hunting magazine.
Scripture says wise men came from the east and also does not say they came to the stable. It says they found the "child".
11 ¶ And when they were come into the house, they saw the young child with Mary his mother, and fell down, and worshipped him: and when they had opened their...
With the passing of an aunt and uncle over a year ago, I am now the oldest among my siblings and cousins. 73 years old and married over 53 years. 3 children (one deceased), 13 grandchildren (one deceased) and 1 great-grandson. It has gone by fast but it has been a blessed life.
About the time I had my boat in the late '70's, a friend had a good sized fiberglass bass boat with stick steering and 70 hp motor. Running out across Lake Sam Rayburn the cable came loose from the motor, throwing him out of the boat and he barely missed being run over by it. The boat ran all...