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Just wanted to wish all my friends on the Duluth-BWCA-Ely-Range forum a safe and bountiful hunt. Friday before the opener. I can't wait grin.gif BC

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Me either. I keep looking at the clock. I had everything crossed off my list by 2 p.m. shocked.gif

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Good luck guys and be safe! Dont forget the cameras.

Steve I know I dont have to worry about that with you. wink.gif

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Good luck! Our little one decided to show up a month early and cancel my deer hunting season!

When she is a bit older we are going to have a long discussion about timing and the various "Openers."

She tried cheering me up about missing the season.

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Good Luck and be be safe.

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Good luck! Our little one decided to show up a month early and cancel my deer hunting season!

When she is a bit older we are going to have a long discussion about timing and the various "Openers."

She tried cheering me up about missing the season.

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Congrats, casey!! Is she your first?

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Thanks. She is our first.

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