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Old 07-09-2012, 12:07 AM   #1
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Saw 6 deer as we drove in the RV lot.
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With slightly cooler weather they are out in force. Drive down the hill to Dripping Springs and we'll show you 10-15 most any time and no we do not feed the pests.
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was there yesterday what a small world in drippin spring we ate at salt lick had a blast go to gruene also. we saw 3 deer
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We used to live in Austin and we once saw a pair of deer mating on the beautifully landscaped front lawn of a very fancy house one Sunday morning...!
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Ah! We are at Seal Beach, CA and don't see any Texas deer, but then they should be here as the temperature during the day is a balmy (hee hee) 65-71 degrees, and lower for sleepin' weather.

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