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Old Jan 16, 2007, 4:29 PM   #1
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18 Below Zero / Gauge & Elk

I was better prepared today. Dressed right and didn't plan on using the car window.

Getting warm compared to yesterday (20 below zero) its only 18 below today. Now all I have to do is hope the Heater continues to work



Here is where I found them. Cold, Fog, Sun., Snow & Blue Skies



Insert is after I stalked in over a ridge on the right of the background photo



About 30 yards closer



Looking for the crow. I used a crow call to get their attention



Heading for the dark timber to go to bed for the day.



YUP!!!!! Lucky me a fun morning.

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Old Jan 16, 2007, 6:55 PM   #2
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Nice herd of Elk Roger! Is the fog over a lake or a valley?
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Nice herd of Elk Roger! Is the fog over a lake or a valley?
Thanks VP. Actually both, the lake is on the far left and the closes fog on the right is a valley then the far away fog on the right is a river. This area is around a different lake than I normally go to its called ElVado.

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Great as always Roger! Donna
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Thanks you Donna.

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great work as usual, Roger. you live in some spectacular country! absolutely beautiful... and that instrument clusterlooks like something out of an airplane!
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great work as usual, Roger. you live in some spectacular country! absolutely beautiful... and that instrument clusterlooks like something out of an airplane!
Good evening to you squirl033. Thanks for the nice comment and for taking the time to look.

Nopw I don't have a airplane but that might not be a bad idea to find wildlife. Its on the dash in my Camera Wagon.

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