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    When the elk are on the move ... seen a few herd crossings like this from the cabin atop the hill. Hunting season soon ... YEAH!!

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    That looks beautiful I just wish we had space like that here in the mid west.
    I have been trying to hunt deer but the weather has been so warm this season than the deer are going nocturnal to avoid the daytime heat. We have had a few cold snaps down to the lower 40s to upper 30s so the deer have started getting heavy coats but with daytime temps running upper 70s to 80s they can't move without over heating during the daytime. It has been a sloooow early bow season around here.

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    very nice BB.

    we dont have anything like that here in the hills.

    herds of deer just dont compare to that.
    Hate takes LESS energy & thought... Dont be so Lazy.

    Building or Bitching? which are you here to do?


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    Virginia is introducing game now that was here 200 yrs ago. I want to say Moose. Can't hunt them yet,but it's nice to know.

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