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Old Feb 20, 2011, 12:15 PM   #11
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more ... (note: they are not that bad at charging ... in October. However, at spring....)
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Old Feb 20, 2011, 12:26 PM   #12
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So you're saying that in the spring the females are looking at Gilles and going "Hmmm" and the males are saying - get this dude out of here?

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So you're saying that in the spring the females are looking at Gilles and going "Hmmm" and the males are saying - get this dude out of here?

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To make a short story ... yeap. They are not as bad as black bears (or Grizzlys) but they can give you a serous headache ... so better safe than sorry (this is when you love your 70-300mm)

It is "funny" to see tourists on a side road trying to take pictures of big horns from 6 feet away ... and sometime with toddlers in their arms...
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Yeah - I've watched people at Yellowstone walk right up to a moose to take a picture. (Do they not get how large a moose is? Most horses are smaller.)

I have the impression that the park rangers there, feel that Charles Darwin was correct - natural selection removes the idiots in the species. And we're not talking about the moose...

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Yeah - I've watched people at Yellowstone walk right up to a moose to take a picture. (Do they not get how large a moose is? Most horses are smaller.)

I have the impression that the park rangers there, feel that Charles Darwin was correct - natural selection removes the idiots in the species. And we're not talking about the moose...

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Buffalo are good for working the Darwin theory. My Daughter used to work in Jellystone, the workers there are VERY cautious around Buffalo.

Hoping that I can earn a bit of money this year and pick up a used E620 or even a E30.....PRIORITIES...!
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