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My Little Huntin' Buddy #8084529 12/11/20 01:18 AM
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I was waiting out the last little bit of daylight this evening, hoping a few of the hogs would make pre-dark appearance like they had been (they didn't; musta gotten a better offer elsewhere) when a bit of movement 15 yards away got my attention.

This little fellow has come past me late in the evening here before; it was good to see him again. Man, I need a proper camera...trying to do decent work with a phone sucks.

Mark

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"I always take care to fire into the nearest hillside and, lacking that, into darkness". - the late Dr. Hunter S. Thompson
Re: My Little Huntin' Buddy [Re: 218 Bee] #8084603 12/11/20 02:04 AM
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I like having them around. But then, I don't raise chickens.



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