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#5422499 - 11/15/14 02:34 PM Prankin the kiddos!!!
Brian C. Offline

Registered: 11/14/14
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Got a trip planned for my oldest (8 yr) and his cousin (10 yr) to go on and get thier first deer. My boy is struting like a banny rooster!! He's an extremly avid outdoorsboy between Scouts, our adventures and just in general living the country life. I wanna do up a big one to really make some memories. This will be thier first real adventure. I will have both thier granddads along for the trip. We've done the snipe thing and bigfoot is a household pet at this point. Im leaning towards savage wild indians that raid at night.

Any ideas? They're pretty though
God Bless Texas!!! Godspeed our Military!

#5422556 - 11/15/14 03:08 PM Re: Prankin the kiddos!!! [Re: Brian C.]
colt45 Online   content
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Registered: 08/19/06
Posts: 5216
Loc: bastrop county
rubber snake under the covers?
hold on Newt, we got a runaway

#5422565 - 11/15/14 03:19 PM Re: Prankin the kiddos!!! [Re: Brian C.]
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Registered: 02/06/07
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Tell them the circus lost two man eating tigers when passing through y'all's area and they have been spotted nearby. As you walk to and from the stand point out all the evidence that they have been there recently. And every unexplained noise is the tigers as well. clap

#5422623 - 11/15/14 03:52 PM Re: Prankin the kiddos!!! [Re: JCB]
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Bet they never heard the story about Smokey Joe and his little brother Smokey Jack. They were raised in the wild by and old female coyote that found them wandering in the woods. Nobody ever knew where they came from but the old female yote took a liking to them and provided food and care for them for a few years until she finally expired from old age. They use to live in a cave on Browns creek in central Mills county but nobody around here has seen them or heard they howling the last couple of years. eek2

Edited by KG68 (11/15/14 03:55 PM)


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