misoiltester wrote:Clark .. Welcome to the land of fire ants, ticks & chiggers and copper heads There are plenty to go around, so don't be concerned about a shortage
Cold now, will be "bone chillin' ", and not what you're use to in Illinois. I sure hope you adjust to the humidity & heat, better than I am or am still tryin' to anyway!!
Ya' git' settled in, plan a visit our way and we'll buy ya' lunch some Sat. at Fatz's
ads1 wrote:Clark, we will miss you in Illinois, but I know you will enjoy those grandchildren. Best wishes as you move on to the next chapter of your life. Terry
Cut N Run wrote:There's a lot of good people around the Carolinas, even if some things are different from what you're used to. I know you have a lot of fond memories of Illinois, but there's lots more to be made with grandchildren waiting on you in South Carolina. misoiltester is right about the ticks, chiggers, copperheads, and fire ants, though peach season's right around the corner and you'd have a hard time finding any better than that part of the world produces. Get used to things coming to a halt when there's two to 3 inches of snow on the ground. People don't tend to expect as much productivity out of others if there's snow involved. It's usually gone soon enough anyway.
South Carolina also has plenty of turkeys too and a very liberal bag limit on deer, so there should be plenty of hunting opportunities. The lowcountry starts turkey season and allows plenty of birds as a limit. It might take almost two S.C bucks to equal one of the corn-fed monsters from the midwest. In some parts of South Carolina the rifle season for deer starts in August.
I hope you have a smooth move and things works out best for you, Doris, and your family. I hope to cross paths with you somewhere down the line. Good luck.
WillowRidgeCalls wrote:Clark, hope your move to SC goes smoothly and you and everything makes it there all in one piece. Good luck and don't forget about us all up here in the frozen tundra .
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