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8elk
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Thanks for sharing ! Tell us how your hunting went !
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Thats an awsome experience, loved the story and the photo's. All shooting stars in the sky are great to watch until they just disappear.
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Tedd
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So is everyone crawling up on the rest tonight and trying to shoot off the nuckle?

My Morrisons are cut pretty close, but not as much as Fred's
Tedd

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Mark Fedrizzi
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............Thank you for sharing this with us..

THIS IS VERY,VERY [thumbsup]

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Keep Em' In The Kill Zone

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Killdeer
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I think a book of stuff like that, and a bunch of hunting stories, would be very instrumental in my education and growth as a bowhunter. Furthermore, it would be a swell present for a bowhunting buddy next Christmas. And if that weren't enough, it would be the highlight of my coffee table.
No, that was a lie. I don't have a coffee table.

But reading a book like that would be FUN, and help me get stoked for the next hunting season. [bigsmyl]

Killdeer~nudge, nudge..

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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

TGMM Family Of The Bow

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Dano
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Geeze Charlie, had I known you were that famous I woulda had a better brand of beer in camp at MOjam, NOT!! [Big Grin] I love to hear stories of Fred, Thanks buddy.

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Littlefeather
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Dano, Charlie wouldn't have recognized it as beer if it hadn't been cheap. LOL!

I've been after Charlie every time we are together to write the book. I think he need just a bit more prodding. I'd even hold the paper if he'd start writing the damn thing. CK

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Van/TX
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Man that's cool Charlie [Big Grin] Thanks [wavey] [wavey] ....Van

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Retired USAF (1966 - 1989)
Retired DoD Civilian (1989 - 2009)
And drawing Social Security!
I love this country ;-)

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joe skipp
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Charlie...sitting here at work reading this. What a super story...I envy you fella. [thumbsup] [thumbsup]

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"Neal...is this heaven?" "No Piute but we are dam close". Top of the Mtn in Medicine Bow Nat Forest.

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Terry Green
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Great read Charlie....as always.

Thanks for sharing your words and the pics.

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IB
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YEP ! It's a BLESSING to personaly Know and Hunt with Charles "T" and to be able to gleen what we do from him [Not Worthy] [Not Worthy] [Not Worthy] [thumbsup] [thumbsup]
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SteveMcD
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Wow! Charlie... Thanks for sharing!!! That is some piece of archery history there! Thank you!

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Someday you and I will take the Great Hart by our own skill alone, and with an arrow. And then the Little Gods of the Woods will chuckle and rub their hands and say, "Look, Brothers. An Archer! The Old Times are not altogether gone!"

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