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Unread 11-03-2008, 01:45 AM
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Re: Successful elk hunt for AJ Peacock and Bravo 4

AJ,

That bullet hole gives it character!

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    Re: Successful elk hunt for AJ Peacock and Bravo 4

    Great story, thanks for sharing.
    Hmmmm, couple a five hour hikes to the ATV with the elk meat. No doubt about it, Marc hit em first.
    Congrats
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    Re: Successful elk hunt for AJ Peacock and Bravo 4

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    Great story, thanks for sharing.
    Hmmmm, couple a five hour hikes to the ATV with the elk meat. No doubt about it, Marc hit em first.
    Congrats
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    Don't misunderstand, I was right there with him for those hikes. But since he's a little younger and 'hit him first', his pack was a little heavier. I am sure I enjoyed the meat hauling more than Marc did, since it took me longer to get up the hill !

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    Re: Successful elk hunt for AJ Peacock and Bravo 4

    Oh come on Don, don't sell yourself short. That hike is a kick in the balls no matter how good of shape you're in.
    Add on 50lbs for your crew served weapon and shells that weigh 2lbs a piece...you couldn't ask for a better pack mule, unless we could have talked Scott into bringing out his mules.....I tried!
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    Don't misunderstand, I was right there with him for those hikes. But since he's a little younger and 'hit him first', his pack was a little heavier. I am sure I enjoyed the meat hauling more than Marc did, since it took me longer to get up the hill !

    AJ
    I don't misunderstand, just a bit of humor.
    I'm sure you did enjoy it more, I would still be there "enjoying it".
    I'm thoroughly spoiled rotten, after the shot and dressing out all I do is take pics and stay outta the way.
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    Oh come on Don, don't sell yourself short. That hike is a kick in the balls no matter how good of shape you're in.
    Add on 50lbs for your crew served weapon and shells that weigh 2lbs a piece...you couldn't ask for a better pack mule, unless we could have talked Scott into bringing out his mules.....I tried!

    HaHa, I don't mind having a crew served weapon, the lack of crew makes it feel a bit heavy after 3-4 miles of uphill/downhill at nearly 10,000' altitude!

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    Re: Successful elk hunt for AJ Peacock and Bravo 4

    the steaks always taste that much better after you've busted your hump for em.
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