When I was in 5-7th grade we lived on a dirt road that ended on a creek (Bear Creek in Bay County). We used to ride our bikes, or my horse, to the creek and swim. That water was so cold and refreshing. After sitting on my mower for 2.5 hours today, a dip in that cool water would feel good.
In all honesty, I found this spot with a lot of effort to find a nice quiet place where it will 99.9% of the time be just me and my kiddos. Plenty of more public sandbars to go to with crazies around!
I recently got out of a hunting lease that had nice private access to Cold Water creek! It was super nice not having to share the creek with the yahoos! Been on the search for another access point that's a little quiet without the overtly loud river rats that can come out! It only takes that one vehicle full of yahoos to show up and ruin the sand bar!:whistling:
Took the kids to the creek yesterday also. Still got a few spots left myself with big sandbars we usually have to ourselves all day. Good creek spots are like good fishing spot, you never give out the location lol
Anyone have experience with one of these John Deere four row planter? Trying to figure out a model number and if anything is missing. It is a three point hitch.
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