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My BIG questions entering the Spring
I’m confident Kirby will have the team ready to play when the season begins so here are my biggest concerns entering the Spring, in no paericular order after the first one.
The turkey opener is Saturday and gobbling has been lackluster Will the forecasted clear skies for Saturday get them to hollering?
Have you ever wondered how the early settlers survived without a thermacell? The skeeters serve a vital purpose spreading disease to thin the herd, but what about those pesky gnats that constantly fly up your nose below the ‘gnat line’? None that I can reason.
Morrel mushrooms and ramps are (hopefully) getting ready to be found in the mtns After last year’s morrel crop was a near bust, Im hoping for an abundance and the discovery of a new (and private) patch of ramps Will the miles of hiking pay dividends?
Is this the year I walk up on a really big rattlesnake? I hope not but I look at the ground so much that I am constantly walking thru spiders. (Don’t like ole no shoulders)
I have a queen that is producing temperamental offspring and can’t wait to pinch her **** little head. Will things get warm enough here in Atlanta for my virgin queens to get properly mated over the next two weeks?
Ticks - I now worry more about tick-borne disease than snakes. The lonestar ticks in Meriwether Co are no joke. Am I the only person who worries every time I feel an itch between my legs that it might be a tick getting settled for dinner?