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Benny

Deer hunting near Annandale area???

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Benny    0
Benny

A friend of mine has found a 160 acer tract we can lease for $2000 per year for the 4-5 months of hunting seasons.

Is there good deer hunting up near Annandale area?

How about Waterfowl, or Pheasants?

Benny

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jbell1981    8
jbell1981

There is great hunting in the area for all 3. But there is enough public land around that I would think twice before shelling out 2 grand for private land.

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kc0myy    0
kc0myy

I live in Annandale. who is selling the land? Don't worry I am not going to buy out from under you. I am 18 and going to school in hutchinson.

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toughguy    0
toughguy

When California tumbles on into the sea. That'll be the day I go back to Annandale. grin.gif

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jbell1981    8
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Quote:

When California tumbles on into the sea. That'll be the day I go back to Annandale.
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Whats wrong with Annandale?

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kc0myy

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When California tumbles on into the sea. That'll be the day I go back to Annandale.
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YEAH WHATS WORNG WITH ANNANDALE?!?!?!?!? I HAVE LIVED THERE FOR 8 YEARS. ANNANDALE IS THE BEST THING THAT EVER HAPPEND TO ME. I LEARNED HOW TO FISH AND HUNT. AND I HAVE TONS OF FRIENDS IN ANNANDALE. mad.gif

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Gissert    17
Gissert

Easy fellas, It is just a line from a Steely Dan song. "My Old School"

I start whistling that song everytime I drive by the exit on I94.

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jbell1981    8
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Easy fellas, It is just a line from a Steely Dan song. "My Old School"

I start whistling that song everytime I drive by the exit on I94.


I guess I am not old enough to know that one! grin.gif

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Studer    0
Studer

I love Steely Dan!!! When I read that, I just started laughing knowing the lyrics and all!!! Good Stuff-

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Here are the rest of the lyrics:

I remember the thirty five sweet goodbyes

When you put me on the Wolverine up to Annandale

It was still September when your daddy was quite surprised

To find you with the working girls in the county jail

I was smoking with the boys upstairs

When I heard about the whole affair

I said, "Whoa no, William and Mary won't do, now"

Well, I did not think the girl could be so cruel

And I'm never going back to my old school

Oleanders growing outside her door

Soon they're gonna be in bloom up in Annandale

I can't stand her doing what she did before

Leaving like a gypsy queen in a fairy tale

Well I hear the whistle but I can't go

I'm gonna take her down to Mexico

She said, "Whoa no, Guadalajara won't do, now"

Well I did not think the girl could be so cruel

And I'm never going back to my old school

California tumbles into the sea

That'll be the day I go back to Annandale

Tried to warn you about Chino and Daddy Gee

But I can't seem to get to you through the US mail

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kc0myy    0
kc0myy

ok sorry guys. I just got a little up tight. Because I am down here in hutchinson in the city. and I am not in Annandale in the country. but still whats worng with Annandale??

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Gissert    17
Gissert

No worries. As far as to what is wrong with Annandale? Nothing as far as I know.

You'll have to see if Walter Becker or Donald Fagen can answer that grin.gif.

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Studer    0
Studer

And if you ever get a chance to go see them boys in concert....GO!! Awesome show!!! Now back to hunting

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Nothing's wrong with Annandale. I can't say I've ever been there. I just saw the post and the tune came to mind. I can tell you this, ALL of MN would have to fall into the sea before I would move to California.

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