If you’ve been missing your daily dose of Second Amendment news and information, you’re not alone. I too wish that I was able to sit down and put out an episode of Bearing Arms’ Cam & Co, but it’s probably going to be a couple of days before I can get back in the studio to do so.
I was able to upload a brief explainer for folks, which you can check out above, but I also want to assure you that everything’s fine with my wife Miss E, myself, and the family. It’s my car that’s having an issue, thanks to a deer that ran smack into the side of my ride on Sunday afternoon just a quarter-mile or so from my house.
Thankfully nobody was hurt, and the temporary inconvenience and annoyance will soon pass, but we’re down to one car for three working adults at the moment. It could have been much worse, but I have to admit I’m still ticked that the deer took off after smashing into the side of my SUV. I was hoping to at least get some fresh venison for my trouble, but it bounded off into the woods instead.
What does this have to do with producing new episodes of Bearing Arms’ Cam & Co? Well, because of the rural nature of my home, I do Cam & Co in an off-farm location where the Internet is much faster than my slow-as-molasses satellite connection. Unfortunately I haven’t been able to get to the studio the past couple of days because of the logistical issues that come from having three working adults and just one vehicle between them.
I feel confident that we’ll be back by Thursday for sure, and while I’m really hoping to get into the studio for a new show on Wednesday, I just can’t guarantee it will happen.
We will be back as soon as possible, and I appreciate your patience and the well wishes. I’m looking forward to being back behind the microphone in the next couple of days, but in the meantime, if you’re a resident of central Virginia and you happen to see a doe walking with a limp, let her know I’d like a word with her.