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Old 02-17-2011, 09:57 AM
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Wyoming - Where it all starts - This is good

Wyoming back in the day:
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Old 02-17-2011, 11:05 AM
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Thats freaking epic!
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Re: Wyoming - Where it all starts - This is good

Around camp at night the subject of being able to ride an elk has come up. That would throw a whole new light on elk hunting wouldn't it.

Maybe it's not so farfetched...... Thanks Roy that's a great picture.
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Is that Roy in his younger days???
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In this case , Eating your transportation wouldn't be to bad.

Also I would have liked to see him break the ELK in.

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Re: Wyoming - Where it all starts - This is good

That elk turn his head far enough and you're gettin' smacked by a big antler in the side of your head!
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That's cool!! I can envision that ending badly if he got a bur in his butt over something!

I know you don't want to try roping elk when they get to be that size unless you want to practice your saddle bronc form
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