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nutmeg
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Awesome Paul. Thanks. BTW, I remember the newspaper and the article. Hasta V. [bigsmyl]

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Rich Potter

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Chuck Wyatt
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Mr. 8th,

Thanks for sharing those stories about your pard.

"I admit teasing him about shooting lions over bait!"

You crack me up sometimes.

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I don't give a damn for a man that can only spell a word one way. -Mark Twain

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Jim Spencer
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Thanks Paul,I really enjoyed it.

Jim Spencer.

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Thank You Paul......I don't know what else to say after reading that.....Just Thanks You

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"I love you Daddy".......My son Cade while stump shooting 3/19/06

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leftbow
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Good read.
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Marc B.
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Thanks Paul. You who knew him were lucky.
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Jock
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Many Thanks Wee Man!!
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Peckerwood
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Great article Paul! Now when is the book available?

Bill

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Carcajou
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Excellent stuff...thanks for sharing!

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" Brothers of the Flaming Arrow "
" I came in from the Wilderness, a creature void of form"
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knapper53
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Ditto the suggestions about the book. Hell, make it a chapter in the Paul Brunner Field Notes!!!

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LC
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one word WOW! Thanks for sharing Paul.

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Most people get rich by making more money than they have needs, me, I just reduced my needs!

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mindbender
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strong and powerful story- worthy of Paul.

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Few things are crystal clear in my mind; but to attempt to do some things that are honorable, or at least decent, seems to make some sense. A more traditional lifestyle fits...trad gang fits!

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8th Dwarf
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None of you could ever imagine how much I miss hunting with him. It's almost like losing an arm. We hunted Elk so much together that we didn't even have to communicate...we just looked at each other, grinned, and moved into position.

Paul's death taught me one thing for sure. You never know when death is coming. You should live life at 100 miles an hour...ALL THE TIME. You don't get a second shot at it. As a result, I am doing just that. I know that Schaf would have approved...

Too Short

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Too Short or Too F. Short

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Scott Grella
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Great read, wish I'd have met the man. I asked this on the other thread and if this is inappropriate the please disregard. What ever became of Hunter. Is he following in his Father's footsteps?
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W. H. Bill Fuller
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I'm amazed at how well he could shoot a bow, especially at long range! Thanks for the read. 100 miles an hour is a little fast for me but I agree, you do need to enjoy every day.

Bill

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Bow shootin' 51 years & still counting.
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