"No, it's the wind," the other answers, as a breeze makes it difficult for this duo to paddle their way to shore.
From time to time, the Pa. Water Rescue Team would give a few helpful hints, and the young men eventually conquered the seas.
Or at least a pond. .
Northampton County Youth Field Day, something that the Stockertown Rod and Gun Club hosts every year. Kids who register are taught about conservation of natural resources, safety, sportsmanship and the hours of fun available in the outdoors. Trained volunteers in each sport give the kids and the adults instruction and hands-on experience in fishing, shooting a bow and arrow, boating safety, PA wildlife, and target shooting.
All those willing to try are given a chance to shoot BB guns, 22 cal. rifles, shotguns, and black powder rifles with over 75 experienced sportsmen volunteers watching over their safety.
|Officer Fred Lahovski gives firearms safety tips.|
So I put on my "Shackled for Stickers" T-Shirt, and went to the Rod and Gin Club. I taunted Officers Steve Schleig, Freddy Lahovski and Eric Schwab that there wasn't a damn thing they could do to me because they had no warrants. I was having a good laugh until, behind me, another voice cried out.
"I can change that." ..
It was Judge Zito! I genuflected, but it was too late. He issued a warrant. So I am writing this story from a padded cell.
|From L to R: Nazareth Officers Stephen Schleig, Fred Lahovski, Judge Leonard Zito,|
Nazareth and Stockertown Officer Eric Schwab, Sockertown Officer Alex Soloe and
Officer Phil Cohen from Tatamy .
There was also a weasel fur. You need about a million of them for a tissue.