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Jock
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This is typical Roe Dear habitat

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If you look carefully, there's a doe feeding here

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This buck was starting to shed his winter coat when my buddy shot him

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Roughcountry
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Nice pics Ron & John, Thanks [thumbsup]
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Huntrdfk
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Great pics guys.


David

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ber643
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Great pics - love the Bison.

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StanM
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Starling, 28 yards, two witnesses, nutter, 46# River's Edge Longbow.

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This fella showed up in our live trap down by the duck pond. Not trad. bow related, but thought you might enjoy.

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Stan

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Killdeer
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Now THERE'S a little spot of home away from home! Looks like a very happy place indeed, Jock!

Killdeer [wavey]

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Long, long afterward, in an oak I found the arrow, still unbroke;
And the song, from beginning to end, I found again in the heart of a friend.

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Killdeer
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Stan, that is one of the finest uses for a longbow that I can think of. Betcha can't hit a brown-headed cowbird... [Wink]

Killdeer

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Long, long afterward, in an oak I found the arrow, still unbroke;
And the song, from beginning to end, I found again in the heart of a friend.

~Longfellow

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Warren H. Womack
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Jock, I really like your custom made (Scotland Chapter) sign.

I don't think you could find a better place to hang it.

Great looking picture, as usual.

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Meathook
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Jock, I was wondering where your ever present dog was then I realized he must be taking the picture. [tunglaff]

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"Go ahead and run ya gotta sleep sometime." - Meathook's Mom

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Jock
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Yup, you got it in one Meat, very intelligent mut [Wink]
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mike hall
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Here's a perty one my wife snapped behind our home this weekend.


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Shaun
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Love the target bag hanging on the swing set, gotta work on those timing shots too.

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zwickey2bl
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Regarding Sasha Siemel, his autobiography was called Tigrero, I believe, and if I ever see it for sale reasonable I'll buy it. There is a good chapter about him in Peter Capstick's book Death in the Silent Places. Fascinating.

Ken

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Timo
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Snapped this pic last sat morn, Old momma snapper laying the next generation.

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BenBow
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Ain't she pretty!!! Wow look at that smile. She's a new mom in waiting!

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But his bow will remain steady, and his hands will be skillful; because of the hands of the Mighty One of Jacob, because of the Shepherd, the Rock of Israel, (Genesis 49:24 [NETfree])

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