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January 23, 2008


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That picture reminds me of how I feel after paying for gasoline every week!


YES SIR! Just have to read about the big bucks cause I sure can't afford to travel to hunt one.

That's a beautiful buck - too bad a hunter didn't kill him. You're right, Mike, mom nature is cruel. I hope I don't find a dead buck this spring but if I do I'll send you a pic.

Great new site, by the way.


Glad you found me and the new blog, welcome aboard!

Good one, Jim!

if you go to the archers choice website they have a tribute to a big buck that slipped and broke his back on ice during the shotgun season


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