If I had a spot I could just drive to, and walk a short distance, I wouldn't be quite so bitchy.I agree 100 percent .at 65 years old the heat is just ridiculous. But I find I still can't stop digging guess what does not kill you makes us stronger . That's because us bottle diggers are tough
Not to far behind ya, my route is 10 miles every day, come home eat and say what the hell I might as well dig a 2-3 hrs and come back with oh nothing sometimes. Oh life is grand.If I had a spot I could just drive to, and walk a short distance, I wouldn't be quite so bitchy.
I don't even have a "good" spot at the moment.
The places I'm looking at, have 2-10 miles involved, through thick woods.
Went to check out a potential site today (only 88° lol), 5 miles total, a sea of stinging nettles and have nothing to show for it..
Not to far behind ya, my route is 10 miles every day, come home eat and say what the hell I might as well dig a 2-3 hrs and come back with oh nothing sometimes. Oh life is grand.
Just remember guys if you want bottles you have to do an go where other people do not.i hate hot weather but while some people sit in air-conditioning we find bottles they don't. 1It's nice to get out and enjoy nature, but I wrang ONE of my shirts out three separate times before I put on a spare.
Got all scratched up and exhausted for nothing.
Gotta pay to play though..
Hi Newtothiss,I hate it!
With temps in 90's, hiking and digging is just not wise. I'd have go pack 50 lbs of water and at no point be comfortable.
I just wanted to bitch lol.
Stay safe, stay hydrated.
The BEAR'S will take out Panthers anytimeRoy,
"There are no ( __) in CT." Baloney! A while back I saw a mt. lion that walked right in front of my truck (live near I-91 high ground). I'll never forget that long rope like tail. (Now a [home] Panthers fan in the NHL.) Once in a while we get bears too (but my NFL allegiance is already spoken for.)