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ChrisM
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Jeff Show everyone what you looked like when we arrived on thursday morning [Wink]

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dragonheart
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Okay Chris

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And the driver upon arrival

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Bisch
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Whoa! What were you on, Jeff? That looks rough!

Bisch

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ChrisM
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We were on no sleep for well over 24 hrs and a 13hr drive after a full days work. Being a cattle farmer used to transporting cattle at night during Texas summers I think I faired way better than old Jeff.

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12 hours driving, not enough coffee, toothache, and sinus infection. I was struggling a bit at that point.

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Awesome pics though Jeff! ;-)

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Thanks Ross. You guys were a blast to hunt with.

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Arrowhunting

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Dave and I both had new tents, never before set up. I think his came in a Pringles can. He threw it in the air and it automatically set itself up while my back was turned. I had just laid out the ground cloth for mine when he was thumping in the last of his pegs.

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While searching for the directions for mine (what is this foot-long piece of Autumn Orange 4316 for?) I found an anthill the size of Manhattan near my foundation. I retreated and threw my tent up by instinct, and pulled out the stakes from their bag, where I found the instructions.

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By this time, Dave was swilling a brew and laughing at the floor show. Thankfully, it wasn't raining yet. I think I was swearing at the vestibule, which took it in stoic disdain, while the second Pringles can was opened and the Kelty sunshade was flung up. After the rain started, the fly was added.

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Across the pine-needle carpeted sward, guys were shooting, hunting arrows and having fun. I continued my efforts, until I had shelter, light, and a comfortable bed. It got dark, the rain came, and Dave's little Weber became a mainstay in this little camp. It was a portable fire pit, and served us well.

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I think I finally figured out how to post pics from my little lap top. This was camp Knawbone with the pond in background.

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Knawbone I loved your set up. That was a pretty comfy campsite.

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Thanks Chris, it served me well. Now if I can figure out how I got that pic on here, I'll post some more.

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I actually did make a kill at Ocmulgee from about 6 yds.

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HHA W Special 66" 52@26
HHA W Special 68" 56@28
GN Bushbow 64" 56@29
21st Street Chinook 64" 58@28
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You can do a lot of things when you have too W S Butler My Grandfather

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Darren and RC going over the wma maps

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HHA 5 lam Cheetah 65" 48@26
HHA W Special 66" 52@26
HHA W Special 68" 56@28
GN Bushbow 64" 56@29
21st Street Chinook 64" 58@28
Kota Prarie Nomad 60" 47@24
You can do a lot of things when you have too W S Butler My Grandfather

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Paul and Damon at camp Moleman ( Moleman and nomad88 }

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HHA W Special 68" 56@28
GN Bushbow 64" 56@29
21st Street Chinook 64" 58@28
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