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Old 11-13-2014, 11:10 AM   #26657
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Old 11-13-2014, 11:16 AM   #26658
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Winter has finally made it to the Barlands of Ča. Rain to until 4pm.
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Old 11-13-2014, 11:27 AM   #26659
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How this could happen is beyond me, but it appears there are those on this tread that believe I might post an untruth! Shame on you! Hehehe
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So here is a better pic, along with a pic of a deer still in full velvet , a rarity this time of year!

The cost of hunting is not about the free food, Think, the hunt is the destination!

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Old 11-13-2014, 11:47 AM   #26660
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Tim, would that qualify you to be yer own grandpappy?
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Old 11-13-2014, 12:23 PM   #26661
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So Jeff, do you wear white instead of camo? Those white Tyvek clean room coveralls would seem appropriate. Or do you just send Fred Bear out to do the dirty work while you guys stay toasty inside?

My dad used to hunt quail and dove. He once totaled up what it cost him for that "free" food. He could have bought 4 prime bacon wrapped filets for every bird he brought home. And that didn't count the dentist bill for the tooth he broke biting down on the buckshot.
Hi Barb !!

No no no I wear hunter orange to be safe coat hat and gloves, there is no question that the meat you get costs you dearly, but the thrill of the hunt, the stories in front of a warming fire, a few toasts to those with you and those that have gone before you, are priceless.
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Old 11-13-2014, 12:28 PM   #26662
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How this could happen is beyond me, but it appears there are those on this tread that believe I might post an untruth! Shame on you! Hehehe
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So here is a better pic, along with a pic of a deer still in full velvet , a rarity this time of year!

The cost of hunting is not about the free food, Think, the hunt is the destination!

Loved the poem on other site Wayne, I do have aunt that's my cousin and a bil Attachment 78939 that's my nephew !
Well done Tim, although I think you would do better to come up here in DA north country, you'll find out what shivering is all about .... lol ....

What brand of bow are you using ?
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Where will the Pacific NW mini curiosity be held, and when.
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Old 11-13-2014, 01:30 PM   #26664
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Late summer/Early Fall 2015 Location TBD

have to make it early enough we don't get caught trying to get through mountain passes in deep snow.....
There have been a couple of sites suggested.... I'd try to dig them out but I'm supposed to be loading my camper!
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Old 11-13-2014, 01:31 PM   #26665
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Where will the Pacific NW mini curiosity be held, and when.
Judy, I send summers in Seattle, but won't be there until June. Dennis, aka Possum, some other Canucks and I tried to arrange a get together last summer but life kept getting in the way.

There is talk of a Grande Curiosity in Utah or Idaho, but nothing has gone beyond the talking stage so far. A mini-C is 2 RVMs, a midi is 3-?. Those can happen anytime, anywhere mutants can be at the same place. Now the Grande Curiosity is only once a year and is an organized event.

ALL Curiosities are great fun. It's like going home, but no nagging and no disagreements. Tomorrow we will start a week long midi-C in Rockport, TX.
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I don't but I will!!! In fact I'm thinking of asking my nephew if his needed a home for a few months as where I'm staying is right along the Little Manatee River

I'll be in a place near Ruskin, parking the bus there for 5 months to keep it out of this northern mess. I'll have to visit it of course off and on and depending on my negotiation skills, perhaps I can telecommute for a bit from down there, here's hoping…
I'll be staying at the Hide-A-Way (in Ruskin) in February and March. Look forward to someone organizing a mini or midi C during that time. I know I'm going to be contacting Barb during my stay but others are lurking about in that area this winter. Even those that are 2 hours away can meet up for a dinner date or something of that fashion.
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Old 11-13-2014, 02:28 PM   #26667
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Well done Tim, although I think you would do better to come up here in DA north country, you'll find out what shivering is all about .... lol ....

What brand of bow are you using ?
Doing my share of shivering down here! Lol

Using a Remington bolt action 7mm, much more effective than my bow! Lol Good luck to you, when we do have snow on ground during season I've found it easier to stalk/track deer, also the walking keeps me WARM!

Did I mention we had a dusting of sleet and snow here this morning
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I am making peppers..... Lol... Rainy, cold, boring tv, so I painted.... Trying out a new brand of watercolor paints, but more than anything, just needed some bright colors.....

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