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Ian johnson
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are there snakes in that water

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53@29 sheepeater shaman recurve
52@29 66 bear grizzly
51@29 dryad orion td longbow

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Benny Nganabbarru
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Hey! G'day Luke! Good to hear that you're at least frightening some pigs! Is your new Black Widow on the way yet?

Ian, I s'pose there might be the odd snake in the water. Tony nearly trod on a 1.5m king brown at the edge, and I tapped it gently on its tail with my bow tip to make it scoot away.

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AnointedArcher
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Awesome pictures, sure looks like a blast!

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John 8:36
So if the Son sets you free, you will be free indeed.

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TomMcDonald
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Ben,
Where abouts are you in the NT?
The first pics look quite South but the last ones are obviously in the tropics!
I spent a couple of years in Alice but did NO hunting.

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Benny Nganabbarru
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G'day Tom!

Mate, good to see a Tolstoy reader! I'm halfway through W&P, and loving it!

I'm in Katherine, but those goats were in WA.

Cheers,

Ben

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TomMcDonald
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Ben, yes he was a genius!!
I see, I thought there were too a few too many eucalypts to be in the Central Desert.

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Benny Nganabbarru
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Just the chap from yesterday's yesterday, already on PowWow:
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Ah there Ben!
It just sucks to be you hey mate?
I had plans for a camel hunt this winter but I still may get out there before it gets too hot.

Lovely bows and great pics!

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Ben Maher
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as always Ben, done yourself proud! But Tolstoy ? W & P ? Probably a recurve shooters thing. Longbow shooters prefer Dostoyevsky ....and compound shooters...if they could read...it'd be mills and boon .....

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" All that is gold does not glitter , not all those who wander are lost "
J.R.R TOLKIEN

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Benny Nganabbarru
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Mate, one of my other favourites is "The Brothers Karamazov", by Dostoevsky! But then, I do have a couple of longbows lurking about...

Adam, all the best with those camels!

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Great stuff mate!
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well done, beautiful place !

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save a cow eat a vegetarian !

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TomMcDonald
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quote:
Originally posted by Ben Kleinig:
Mate, one of my other favourites is "The Brothers Karamazov", by Dostoevsky! But then, I do have a couple of longbows lurking about...

Adam, all the best with those camels!

Best book ever written, hands down.
The crescendo in the courtroom at the end was INTENSE!

Anyway, nice shooting.
How long can you spend shooting a target with that thing?

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Benny Nganabbarru
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About thirty arrows before I start getting tired.

Tolstoy and Dostoevsky certainly cover all the angles on the big questions.

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Matt Wright knocked this young boar over yesterday; Black Widow PLX "Zebrawood", 70lbs @ 29" / GoldTip arrows with Zwickey / Ribtek broadheads.

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