Moose Hunting Trip

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  1. Rokmonanoff

    Rokmonanoff Senior Member

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    No moose, but lots of fun.

    Pop in law's wheeler broke down at the end of the trip and I ended up hauling the whole camp plus him and his wheeler with mine.

    Would have loved to get one, but the only one (little spike fork) we saw was on the first day as we were riding in. Prolly 6-700 yards off, wind blowing 20+, and the cow he was trying to give the business to got spooked, so they both took off running. Would have a been a military sniper worthy shot, so we didn't take it.

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    I am so jealous I'm gonna bang my head on the keyboard.

    fohjfkhakdjihjsk;ndf ouch.
     
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    Rokmonanoff Senior Member

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    You are supposed to be jealous if I get one. .. :D
     
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    I would take just being allowed on the hunt.
     
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    Rokmonanoff Senior Member

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    Definitely a good way to recharge the battery. I enjoy being out away. Worth the investment in leave and time away from the family. I always feel like I am a better husband, father, employee, boss, and man in general after spending time away. Lots of thinking. Lots of appreciation.

    I highly recommend it. Start planning now for next fall. ..
     

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