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Northlander

MMM MMM Good!

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Just a huge thanks to Cheffrey and Grand Superior Lodge for a fantastic spread tonight! Man Im still stuffed!

When we got home the wife and I took the dog for a walk to try and get circlulation back in our legs. I think my belt shrunk 4 notches at the table and I had a hard time feeling my toes. wink.gif

When we got home my wife crashed and Im not far behind.

Anyone looking for a good wild game feed should keep Cheffrey and his crew in mind. Oh and the South Shore Brew wasnt bad either. grin.gif Thanks to Badger for a nice variety of drink.

Frank and Lota is was nice to see you and your better halfs. I hope you guys all had a safe drive home. Those deer were crazy on the way home. shocked.gif

Who knows maybe you guys will be famous in the Big City. I think that camera man really liked you guys. cool.gif

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Northlander, nice to see you again and nicer to see your lovely wife. Ha!

Cheffery and crew put on one heck of a spread. Last year my wifes favorite was the ravioli rabbit in a cream sauce. This year she loved the rabbit in a red suave.

After those dishes I might have to let Jr go jihad on the Cottontails on our garden. My favorite was the grouse & portabella mushrooms. Amongst that was Bore-kabobs, Antelope & curry sauce, bison salad w/blue cheese dressing, Rattlesnake casadias, Pheasant, Venison Swirls, and on, and on, and on.

On the way home we almost had venison on the grill a couple times.

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Jihad on the cottontails. You are too much Frank. BC

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stop you're making me hungry, and jealous. grin.gif

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Im still full!

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I will have to make the next one in spring!!!! thats if there is a next one,,,sorry I missed it ,, sure sounds like a lot of great food and drink

Randoid

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Maybe I can find a babysitter by the time the next one rolls around.

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It sounds like I missed a good time also. I'm finally done with my two weeks of schooling at work and I was able to get the rest of deer camp in order with the help of LoonASea and my Dad on Saturday.

I spent the last two hours putting things away in the garage for the season and I'm giving some serious thought to heading down to the French and float a couple of crawlers for a few hours.

I'll do my best to make the next game feed when it comes around next time. I think Cheffrey should practice a little more of his talent at our first ice fishing outing for the season. Sound like a good plan to anyone else??

Take care,

Tom (BD110)

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Ummm MMM NOO BD110, fishing is for relaxing for me my friend. But I would not be aposed to judging everyone else's talents.

Maybe next Fish Lake gathering we can put Thomas on Fire duty for the day? What does everyone think? tongue.gif

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Ya a Island Fire for Tom to put out and Hot Dogs for Cheffrey to cook on it. shocked.gif

Just kidding of course.

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I can provide the birch core for the fire ,,,,But first things first ,,we need good ice !!!!

P.S. I can burn weinies with the best of them!!!!

Randoid

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Cheffrey,

Could I talk you into bringing me some cheesecake then??? grin.gif

Take care,

Tom (BD110)

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Island, fire, hot dogs. cheese cake take the hot dogs add one thing and have coneys.

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So when is the date?

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This will have to be our 1st Ice gathering. We will wait and see what the weather brings us for ice.

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