PA monster

RAGGED EDGE

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Before I moved to WY I used to drive around a lot up in the Quehanna area. More than once I had to stop the truck to let a bunch of monsters cross the road. Sometimes they'd just stand there and stare at me like I was the trespasser. Great Bull. Congrats!
 

yobuck

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It actually was harvested by a gentleman from the state of Washington...all I can tell you it was one heck of a chase to harvest him...more miles than anyone would or could ever believe an old warrior would travel..
Would that be shoe leather miles or odometer miles? lol
Come sit on our porch during the season Frank.
The same vehicles make the loop maybe 6 times during a day.
If youve been around that area very long Frank, you know better.
 

C.O. Shooter

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Would that be shoe leather miles or odometer miles? lol
Come sit on our porch during the season Frank.
The same vehicles make the loop maybe 6 times during a day.
If youve been around that area very long Frank, you know better.
Given the same bull, you wouldn't have done the same?
 

jfolanddvm

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WOW!! What a beast! At first glance at the first picture, he looks like a crazy atypical bull, but then the second one, it appears that he is very symmetrical.
 
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