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Old Sep 15, 2007, 8:29 PM   #1
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Since hunting season started I haven't had time to even check out the forum. Getting paid to be out in the woods and not having to deal with clients is a real hoot.


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Old Sep 15, 2007, 8:41 PM   #2
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roger,
this is one weapon i've always excelled with. i'm a natural at it. altho i don't hunt with one i do miss shooting and fishing with one. if ever there was a way to attain what ZEN teaches, this is the way.
oh! motorcycle maintance also.

oh, again.. i forgot with your limited education, you've probably never read the book.:blah:

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Old Sep 15, 2007, 8:45 PM   #3
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Old Sep 15, 2007, 9:20 PM   #4
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this is one weapon i've always excelled with. i'm a natural at it. altho i don't hunt with one i do miss shooting and fishing with one. if ever there was a way to attain what ZEN teaches, this is the way.
oh! motorcycle maintance also.

oh, again.. i forgot with your limited education, you've probably never read the book.:blah:

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You are right about me not reading the book. To many big words.

It takes a lot of talent to be good with a bow.

Thanks Roy for taking the time to look and for commenting.

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Old Sep 15, 2007, 9:21 PM   #5
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It is different enough that I like it mtngal. Thanks for the nice comment and for taking the time to look.


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With all those things you've got hanging on that machine you're holding, I suppose some of them find the deer, and the others field dress it for you?:-)

I actually own a compound bow, but never pimped it out like that. lol

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With all those things you've got hanging on that machine you're holding, I suppose some of them find the deer, and the others field dress it for you?:-)

I actually own a compound bow, but never pimped it out like that. lol

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Hi Brian, it is not me with the bow it is one of our clients. Thanks for the make roger smile comment.


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Roger, you ain't making this buck fever of mine any easier! :GActually, I got my bow out of the case for the first time since last fall on Saturday. Although I have just gotten into bow hunting a few years ago, it really felt good just to draw it back a few times just to make sure everything was working right.

Thanks again, Roger!
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Roger, you ain't making this buck fever of mine any easier! :GActually, I got my bow out of the case for the first time since last fall on Saturday. Although I have just gotten into bow hunting a few years ago, it really felt good just to draw it back a few times just to make sure everything was working right.

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My pleasure, this is a funtime of the year for me. Now till the end of December I spend most of my time out in the woods.


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