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Kev308

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Last years squirrel hunt, with my fowler
Great day in the trees but no luck
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Eterry

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My father ran coyotes with hounds his entire life. He could shatter windows with his favorite blowing horn.

As his hunting friend's started passing away one by one he brought his horn to their graveside services, stepped off a distance and gave a final call.

I brought his favorite horn, well over 140 years old, to his Graveside services and through teary eyes and a tight throat called him home one last time.
 

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Hanshi, the pic with the truck in it the area looks exactly like the bench I park on before I walk to the top of the mountain where I hunt.



The photo from top to bottom were taken in Va. WV. and Va. I lived in Va. for 10 years prior to moving to New England. What state is home to you?
Long dry spell since this. Near Salmon Idaho.



Beautiful country, beautiful rifle and STUNNING mule deer!
 
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Russ T Frizzen

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Here's the best ML/reenactor I've ever seen. Saved the picture from a FaceBook post w/o keeping the attribution except I recall he's representing a 17th Century New England militiaman.
The firelocks look like Leonard Day guns. I have a dogcatch musket that Leonard made for me and a pistol just like his.
 
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