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solocam

Pictures of hunting and fishing kids in the outdoors!! (They are our future)

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This is my youngest with a fish that she caught this summer.

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This is my son with a buck that he shot two years ago.

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A mark of a great dad is if he get's his kids into the outdoors.

WTG Solocam!!!!

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Sorry Harvey,I did not see the post that you started on the top. Should I delete this post?

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Sophie is a little to young to be in the woods but she loves to climb on Dad's tree stands.

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Looks like you have a up and coming hunter on your hands! laugh.gif

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Daddy's lil girls are precious!

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thats a nice buck your son got a couple years ago...wish i would of got a buck like that at that age!

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Here's my daughter's last fall Oct. '06 on a grouse hunt. They were 13 and 8 at the time.

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Brian

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It would be nice to keep all of the future pictures in the Post that was stickied at the top. Otherwise everyone has to look in many different posts.

Thanks

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