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Unread 02-12-2013, 04:26 AM
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Re: Woof season blues. . .

Good luck old dude. Don't take your blow ups to the horse-piddle. The real nurses will be better........
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    Unread 02-13-2013, 04:24 PM
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    Re: Woof season blues. . .

    Hope ya heal up quick, Roy we need your boots on the ground... following wolf tracks. Or your ass in the seat that sweet yute, which ever gets ya back out quickest.
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    Re: Woof season blues. . .

    That is one fine looking woof-tracker. Take care and get home soon. I'll be interested to find out how that "old" kidney withstands the 375. LOL

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    Re: Woof season blues. . .

    Roy,

    Take care of yourself. We expect plenty of wry posts while you are recovering!

    You know, there are cheaper ways of losing weight than the 'body part removal plan'.

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    Re: Woof season blues. . .

    Very cool utv indeed! How about instead of shooting your kidney you use it as bait for a woof and shoot them instead. Not really baiting if their trying to eat your body parts right! Hope you have a quick and smooth recovery.
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    Re: Woof season blues. . .

    This was a rough one.
    Here's a coupla pics

    This was my second C Section. First one was the spleen. It was even bigger...
    Poor ol' surgeon was digging around in there for over 8 hours.
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    Re: Woof season blues. . .

    Roy, What is that? Not a kidney! If that's a kidney, no wonder it needed to come out!
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