east of Hudson Bay -Ungava peninsula beauty -Lac Minto region

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  1. Jimm

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  2. Len Backus

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    Jimm, I've missed you!

    Beautiful spot. Tell us more.
     

  3. Jimm

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    Ungava , the land of wind and granite

    It's nice to be missed , thanks! heres another look


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  4. royinidaho

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    Great pics

    Didn't really miss ya but did notice you were absent for a bit.;)
     
  5. Jimm

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    Ungava treachery - a bog

    Why you ol softy you !


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    Jimm:

    Beautiful pictures, thanks.:)

    Where's the 'ol guy with all of the hair that usually clutters up your pictures.?;);)
     
  7. Jimm

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    Ungava peninusula- cluttered ( and hairy)photo

    Thanks Dick , it is a beautiful place and I was trying to spare it the clutter , but heres one for you


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    Now that's more like it.;):);)

    Is that a front end loader you're packing?:eek:
     
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    Don't you read the threads!! We don't allow no stinking inlines with scopes on this forum.

    Nice pictures!
     
  10. Jimm

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    Ungava peninsula - A true tempest

    Ah well , there you go , I've stepped in it again . Although it sounds a bit like a " tempest in a teapot " eh ? . Speaking of tempests , heres a pic that was taken in 46 degree weather only for it to be 21 degrees and a complete whiteout of snow in 15 minutes from the time the photo was taken .
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    And yes Dick , a front stuffer it is . 200 grains of triple7 under a 270 parker plastic tip bullet achieves 2400 fps give or take a few .