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I hope the Ex treats you well on your journey! I still remember when you gave me a ride going onto the I-85 on ramp... That thing was pretty quick for a 8,000 lbs SUV...
Thanks Sous. Everything I do revolves around this trip with either my best friend, my son, and/or a brother. The Excursion eats the miles and keeps coming back for more.

 
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Hope you all had a good Halloween. No one wanted any of our nachos for some reason






 
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Iím gettin an itchy trigger finger. Iíll be in SoDak on Saturday.
I'm only partially joking here.
Can you explain why those things are fun to hunt? Several years ago I was driving a semi south on US85. There were pheasants all over the place. In the fields and on the roadsides, eating worms on the shoulders I assumed. Over the span of 1 1/2 hours I killed 29 of them with my truck. They would hear me coming and either try to take off across the road or just plain run in front of me. How can hunting something like that be a challenge at all?
 
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Hope you all had a good Halloween. No one wanted any of our nachos for some reason






My wife and I got a kick out of the nacho bowl. That is pretty creative and serves as a great conversation piece.
 
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Iím gettin an itchy trigger finger. Iíll be in SoDak on Saturday.
Have fun man! SoDak is on the to do list for bird hunts!
 
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Lol...ill order the story from Silver with a side of Wesleys nachos..bwahaha..whatta way to finish the night..
 
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Originally Posted by Silverhks View Post
I'm only partially joking here.
Can you explain why those things are fun to hunt? Several years ago I was driving a semi south on US85. There were pheasants all over the place. In the fields and on the roadsides, eating worms on the shoulders I assumed. Over the span of 1 1/2 hours I killed 29 of them with my truck. They would hear me coming and either try to take off across the road or just plain run in front of me. How can hunting something like that be a challenge at all?
You must have experienced the "urban" variety. After a few weeks of hunting season they get smart and congregate in "safe zones" (600 feet from any occupied home or in the city limits).

The idea is to let them fly, we don't ground pound. The dogs do most of the work.


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Have fun man! SoDak is on the to do list for bird hunts!
It's just nice not being around people for a week.
 
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Originally Posted by Silverhks View Post
I'm only partially joking here.
Can you explain why those things are fun to hunt? Several years ago I was driving a semi south on US85. There were pheasants all over the place. In the fields and on the roadsides, eating worms on the shoulders I assumed. Over the span of 1 1/2 hours I killed 29 of them with my truck. They would hear me coming and either try to take off across the road or just plain run in front of me. How can hunting something like that be a challenge at all?
There was a day when pheasants were so numerous here that they were pests but they were a little bit of a challenge to hunt and they're not bad eatin'. With their habitat being converted to housing here they are rarely seen anymore and it seems like they have pretty much left PA altogether. I was not aware that they were around in large numbers out west.
 
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Originally Posted by Silverhks View Post
I'm only partially joking here.
Can you explain why those things are fun to hunt? Several years ago I was driving a semi south on US85. There were pheasants all over the place. In the fields and on the roadsides, eating worms on the shoulders I assumed. Over the span of 1 1/2 hours I killed 29 of them with my truck. They would hear me coming and either try to take off across the road or just plain run in front of me. How can hunting something like that be a challenge at all?
Here in CO they are few and far between. There are area's with decent numbers, but it's still a chore and still needs dogs running if you want to have a shot under 40yds.


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Looks beautiful. Glad I'm not there
 
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That snow covered road shot reminds me of my last couple of trips to Maine this past January... I'm glad I'm not in it, too.
 
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Yep, beautiful but too early for me.
 
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I don't do a lot of FB, but I thought this was pretty mind blowing....

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Id take that snow over this bull shiat socal weather...
 

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