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Unread 06-22-2012, 06:11 AM
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Re: Making the best of it!

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    Re: Making the best of it!

    Great pictures!! Definitely God's country. It's way too hot and muggy to do much in the woods here in Florida. If the mosquitos don't carry you away this time of year, you float away on your own sweat. Won't be cool enough to get into the woods until about October now.
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    Well, Len... a successful hunt depends on a lot of things as we both know. Let me tell you those pictures you took are beautiful, and to me its the culmination of a fantastic hunt. To be in that spot where you took them; is what us hunters live for, and not just for the kill. Many times in the mountains we stop at a meadow, or a brook, or view a stream from a mountain cliff. Just a silent moment sometimes to take it in. I stood on top of a 5,000 ft Mountain one time with my Father. I remember that I was 16...We didn't see any deer that day, but it was just Dad and I standing there looking across that mountain range. Yea, we know its Gods Country. A lot of non hunters don't understand this, but I would love to stand in those spots where you took those pictures.

    "A true Hunter doesn't measure his success or failures, by his kills alone."
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    Well, Len... a successful hunt depends on a lot of things as we both know. Let me tell you those pictures you took are beautiful, and to me its the culmination of a fantastic hunt. To be in that spot where you took them; is what us hunters live for, and not just for the kill. Many times in the mountains we stop at a meadow, or a brook, or view a stream from a mountain cliff. Just a silent moment sometimes to take it in. I stood on top of a 5,000 ft Mountain one time with my Father. I remember that I was 16...We didn't see any deer that day, but it was just Dad and I standing there looking across that mountain range. Yea, we know its Gods Country. A lot of non hunters don't understand this, but I would love to stand in those spots where you took those pictures.

    "A true Hunter doesn't measure his success or failures, by his kills alone."
    Bob Tucker
    Well said. Been there, done that many times also. What a wonderful feeling.
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    Re: Making the best of it!

    Len,If you where in my neck of the woods?Would have been glad to help you out
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    Re: Making the best of it!

    Now that looks like a "good ol USA huntin Rig" !!!!!
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