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Walking Eagle BS: Deer..... (52* d) RE: BS: Deer..... 07 Mar 04

Nancy!!! NEVER let your departing hubby have the good stuff! I hope you have learned your lesson! *BIG GRIN* I have BEEN THERE my friend.

Bobert, they'll change to all shot soon as some of them high falutin' show horses get killed. I'd say, ohhh, maybe two or so. BUT four humans will have to get shot and killed or wounded first.

On the serious side here. Seems as the hunters here put up a big stink at first because now they have to learn how to track a wounded animal. It's harder than you think if there is no snow on the ground and the animals' throat or mouth has been wounded.Being Cherokee and all, I'm beginning to see the benefit of bow hunting. Aww, I haven't hunted for three years because of my cancer. Don't listen to me I'm just a has been hunter.

Strangest place I ever hunted? Around Albany New York. Beautiful cover and great range of vision. But we had the straaaangest animals turn up already dead as we were working a field. The Two Legged Homo Erectus. Now, it turned out that these animals started out life in the New York, New Jersey area. They fell into a very bad pack and the pack killed them off and brought them alllllllll the way up to our neck of the woods and just left them. I kid you not, we found three mob style hits in one day. Very strange animals. Yep, hunting season helps convict quite a few murderers in New York.

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