A fun, oh, by the way, conversation with good friend Todd points as he tells me about a recent trip to Montana to go bird hunting. Two buddies of mine, Todd Points and Eric Anderson, recently drove from Boise up to a spot in Montana that they wouldn't reveal to go duck hunting. Todd breeds raises, and trains poodle pointers. Eric had just acquired one, so they wanted to do a test run, find out how the dogs performed, but rather than fly to Montana, they drove. And that's where this story begins. Paying for the. Speaker2: Airplane. Yeah, I'd never been in a Scheels. And they have one in Billings, Montana. Yeah, I can't believe it. When that one opens up in the Treasure Valley, my wife's gonna. She's gonna keep me out of it. I was in there four minutes, and I had a brand new over and under shotgun on the counter paying for it. And Eric had a brand new one right behind me. Wow. Speaker1: You get, uh, 16 or 12 gauge or what? Speaker2: I bought a silver pigeon, 20 gauge. I have a 23 year old one. I bought the 20 gauge and Eric bought a Benelli 20 gauge stock barrel over and under. And I don't think I missed the first five times I shot it. And Eric hit his first bird, and then he missed, like, five in a row, and he went back to his other shotgun. So I might be able to get his pretty cheap. Speaker1: Hahaha. That's that's. Speaker2: Great. I told my wife. I'm like, hey, I saved all that money by not flying private. You know, shotgun was. That's barely the tip, right? That's right, that's right. All right, Sparky, I'll, uh, talk to you soon, man. All right. Speaker1: Todd, thanks so much.