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    • If I choose not to dig the horseradish, will it keep growing next year? 

    • 1 hour ago, Jim Almquist said:

      Most years they show up at the end of October into early November. Just hope this one was lost and not trying to escape early.

       

      Funny I was just looking at wool coats Dotch  :whistle:

      That's funny, I was just looking at airplane tickets.....  :D

    • 8 hours ago, Bear55 said:

      He's outside the political box but kind of like Hillary, a lot of the country hates them or doesn't trust them and really why would they? Seems like now more than ever would be the year for a 3rd party to step up but with this 2 party monopoly and 2 party media we won't get an honest answer until the votes are counted. A long shot for sure but things are shaping up nicely for a lot of people to jump to a 3rd party.

      It could be said that Trump is actually a third party candidate, who is taking on the two establishment parties one at a time rather than both at once like Gary Johnson.      Sort of like a fight against two opponents.   Take out one first then fight the other.  

      Trump was pretty clearly not a part of the Republican Party establishment when he declared his candidacy.   He was opposed by all of the other candidates as well as the Party apparatus.    But now they have lost and are faced with losing their influence if they don't support the nominee.  

      Gary Johnson, on the other hand, chose to go the traditional third party route and take on the whole establishment at the same time, an endeavor that is doomed.  Even Ross Perot or Ralph Nader couldn't pull it off.  

      It was Trump who had the the insight to realize that he could inject himself into the cluster thing that was the Republican nominating process and with his money, media savvy, and recognition get the nomination. 

      That's how it has to be done these days.   And it may have been a unique opportunity.    Next time the Republicans will probably change their process to be rigged like the Dems did after the McGovern debacle, especially if Trump loses.  

       

    • 4 hours ago, BobT said:

      Yeah, I know. I was just adding to it. 

      that one got by me.  Missed the metasarcasm.

    • On 9/6/2016 at 9:24 PM, leech~~ said:

      Scrapes or rubs? I can see rubbing some velvet off around now but scrapes already?

      I have a couple of spots where scrapes are opened up every year by opening weekend bow in mid Sept, they aren't easy to find but they are out there.

    • I think it might would have worked better if that tree in the picture would have not fallen in front of the rub.

       

      also I had a fair amount  of does and fawns check it and lick it. 

    • my brother said he didn't get one either with 2 preference points. I think its because he lives in packer land!!!!!!:grin:

    • Ha ha. Hope it pans out for ya! I have 2 points now, so perhaps I'm getting closer.

       

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    • As the week went on I wish I could say each day got better but it didn't, the entire group kept seeing the same 4x4 and 2 cows but could never get close enough for a shot, the bowhunters had a couple different zone options we didn't so they did some day trips to different areas but never saw anything the 65-75 degree temps no rain made for a very very tough hunt.  Toward the end of the week I decided to head to the area my father in-law and I saw the bull as I got closer to the area I couldn't find a way to drop down to the aspens where we were and I didn't want to retrace our route we made to get in there and I don't think I could have figured it out either so instead I sat in a area that was close and with lots of sign I figured maybe I will get lucky. I sat for about 5 hours without a sighting and the winds were getting strong so I figured I better get moving so I didn't get caught in the rain stormIMG_0506.JPG

      Was very cool to see the weather systems move over the mountains as I headed back the rain turned to a mist so I stopped at a small field we found early in the week with lots of sign and just sat till dark my only visitor had no I idea i was there got to about 15 feet from me.

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      It was a great learning experience weather played a major factor and taught us some valuable lessons that's for sure, I can wait to go back but it will probably be a couple years now. 

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    • 3 minutes ago, pikestabber said:

      I think you took mine, Smurfy, no go for me this year... ;)

       

      sorry??????:cry: I had 3 preference points!!!!!!!!

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