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    • George D. Stout
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      Well they chopped the corn down by the creek this past week. Now the bucks will be relegated to the ridges above the fields and hopefully more approachable. Saw a good eight point Saturday morning, but he caught me in the open…like they can pretty often. 😕

      Anyway, this still gets the heart pumping after nearly fifty years of bowhunting….and they can still make me look pretty silly at times.

    • lyagooshka
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      Great looking piece of land. Good luck. Be well.

      Alex

      😀

    • kellydockter
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      good feelings and good luck

    • David CoulterDavid Coulter
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      Nice view, George. I think perhaps we’re the silliest when we’re taking ourselves to seriously. Love the venison and glad to have some chicken in the freezer. dwc

    • Wexbow
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      Oh the potential… 😀

    • Roger Norris
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      Now you gottem George!

    • George D. Stout
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      Saturday was a nice day to be in the woods. It was about 25 degrees on the ridge, and when the sun finally hit the tree tops, the leaves started to fall and the whole woods was in motion for awhile. Nature never fails to keep me alert and energized. Don’t know why anyone would take I-pads or books into the woods with them when one only needs to pay attention to see a naturally entertaining show.

    • archer38
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      George D. Stout wrote: Saturday was a nice day to be in the woods. It was about 25 degrees on the ridge, and when the sun finally hit the tree tops, the leaves started to fall and the whole woods was in motion for awhile. Nature never fails to keep me alert and energized. Don’t know why anyone would take I-pads or books into the woods with them when one only needs to pay attention to see a naturally entertaining show.

      Well said sir…well said

    • William WarrenWilliam Warren
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      Sounds great George. I agree. Not just the sights but the sounds too. Just listen to the quiet patter of the leaves hitting the ground along with squirrels cutting acorns or hickory nuts. It’s just nature doing what it does. If you blink you’ll miss it.

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