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BaldingEagle
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Dan Reeves
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Here's our primary cabin

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and our secondary cabin

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I first hunted out of the A-frame as a very young boy, hunted with Dad and his friends from there for a good piece of my my life. Later, Dad, my brother and I bought some land next door and built the log cabin. The original owner of the A-frame wanted to sell so now it's all ours - Lucky fellows, and we enjoy it greatly as another generation is following in our footsteps.

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Great pics all! It must be nice to have such places to get away. I hunt very near my house on some great property, but many times I long for that camp-style getaway. Must be great to enjoy time in camp with others that share your passion for the hunt.

One day I hope to have the opportunity to share such a camp.

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These are hunting camps???? half of these look like vacation resorts to me....NICE ones too! [clapper] [clapper] [clapper]

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Eastern fisher
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white Buffalo. I needed a smoke after looking at your pics of the bows in the tent. WOWWWWWW

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Hey Whip
Is that base camp TXS 08? We may need that fire ring too [thumbsup] Doc

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whitebuffalo, that last pic is a classic. [biglaugh]

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Dan Reeves,,,, will you adopt me?

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Anybody wanna adopt a thirtysomething English guy (& Wife)?

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Can either of them COOK ? [goldtooth]
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I can! If you like Progresso soups...

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quote:
Originally posted by Iron Bull:
Can either of them COOK ? [goldtooth]

Couple 'a months & you'll find out, Dad [Wink]

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Now THAT is a hunting camp Bubba!

What part of the country were those photo's taken? Kirk

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My little place in Ohio.  -

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A closeup of the cabin. [I  -

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