Re: Casper Wyoming
Got the job last Monday and went lookin for housing yeasterday and start work next Monday.So far its all ben scouting for a liveing but hope to get out and about scouting critters soon.The longrange possibilities are lookin good!
<font color="blue">sasquatch </font>
Thats what I was hopeing for,someone who knew the area and looking to share some shootin with.Email sent.
<font color="blue">Varmint Hunter </font>
Got a few jacks on the way down from Gillette with the car too [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/smirk.gif[/img]When we come outa the motel yesterday the rugrat askt if there where any pronhorn in town?When I turned to tell her probibly I noticed a couple of fawns 50yards in back of the car.Saw a few mulies too while looking for housing.
<font color="blue">270bdl </font>
They call me a welder these days but I went to school to be a dairy farmer[img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/confused.gif[/img] Welding is steadier pay and a lot less work and hassle.The oil and coal fields are booming and so is Casper,I hope it continues.I start work on the 3rd October building dump boxes for the big coal haulers.
<font color="blue">Ol' Mike </font>
Not sure how to take your post [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/confused.gif[/img] Dispite what the bunny huggers would have you believe the prairie dog is alive and thriveing.Shot a lot of dogs in Montana,Wyoming,Colorado,Kansas,Nebraska,North and South Dakota.They sure aint hard to find and most are a lot closer than the Shirly basin to wherever you are from?
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