Bob, glad ya got a shooter for the bow!! I also wanted to Thank "Mo" for coming. The only lady on the hunt and she puts up with a lot from us guys!! Mo it is always a pleasure!! I thought we would hear from Curt but he may be blind in one eye(just kidding)after going through the multi-flora rose and getting a thorn in his eye lid. It looked bad at first, but we wiped the blood away and continued on. He is my type of hunter!! I know Meat had a good time and I am pretty sure we got his bunny, because as Bob said, when we found him he was real fat and more proof, he puked up a bunch of bunny fur twice today. I also want to say after all the kind words "Your Welcome!!!" Shawn
I also want to Thank everyone for the donated items for our raffle for St. Judes and our prize tables!! Keith Deters with a Herb Haines quiver, Larry Rynes(sp.?)for a beautiful neck knife, Joe Skipp for two dozen arrows, and my Dad for a self bow that we all signed and raffled off. Bryan(Recurver) for a nice wool fedora, A gerber knife by Mark fedrizza, a broadhead knife by Ed(3D Muzzy) and many more!! We raised $300 for St. Judes childrens fund!! We also had a prize table, if ya broke a balloon, or hit an aeriel, or a bouncing foam disk, you picked a prize. We had nutters with 2005 Tradgang Bunny Hunt on them and 2005 Southeren NY Bunny Hunt, we had nocks, knives, guttin' gloves, shafts(which I won) and leather for handles, broadheads, you name it we had it!! It made for a great two days and I am looking forward to the next one!! OOOHHHHHH YEAHHH !! Shawn
I came upon Pop in a super thick bottom you couldn't move in any direction let alone shoot other than between your own feet and Pop asks me, "what are you doing?" I said "I am pushing what are you doing?" he says "I am watching." I say "well have you seen anything?"
Curt mentioned David's bow reminded me when he was pushing that thick bottom and we were all on the hillside wathcing he throws his bow out of the multiflora rose, cusses and then climbs out of that mess. Those bushes can be frustrating.
Speaking of Curt's little misshap it was almost funny listening to the whole thing. David and I were up on the hill and we hear "ooh ahhh my eyelid." Ouch!! That had to hurt and I could see Bob crawling through that crap.
I hope Ben did get that bunny he pushed it by me and stayed right on it after I hit it. I think that is the same bunny he was on when we last saw him. Shoulda used something that would stick a little better. I thought I had him pinned but then he shook off the arrow.
-------------------- "Go ahead and run ya gotta sleep sometime." - Meathook's Mom Posts: 4111 | From: Western NY | Registered: Mar 2003
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I was at a point in that rose bush where I had just had it, so first the bow went out, then I busted through.
Curt and his eyelid, talking about when it happened, "I screamed like a girl"
Meat on the same drive, shooting an arrow between the legs of a streaking bunny at ten yards.
Greg, also on the same drive, driving a nutter through a bunny with a 75 lb recurve, nocking it for a loop, then the bunny getting up and running, never to be seen again.
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"People sleep peaceably in their beds at night only because rough men stand ready to do violence on their behalf." George Orwell Posts: 4786 | From: Somersworth, NH | Registered: May 2003
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I think Shawn went out earlier in the week and handed out flack jackets to the critters. I was starting to feel underbowed at 54# lol. Next year the pruning nippers are a must have!
Posts: 78 | From: Western N.Y. | Registered: Dec 2003
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