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Wild Willie


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Here that pic. Send me a e-mail if you want a copy. It looked a hole lot more impressive in action.

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I'd rather be skunked than follow the crowd!

Brian Rogers

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BDR - ever think about changing careers and becoming a freelance outdoor/wildlife photographer? Great shot! You know what they say...“A picture is worth a thousand words.” Send a copy to [email protected] Really wanted to get back up there this week to chase down some of those 40 birds we missed but I have been to buried in work this week. Let me know if you can sneak out one day next week! FYI - I found a couple of ticks on Buddy after the hunt...you may want to take a look at Charlie!

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I was going to head up to the Farm on Thursday to see if I could pick up a few scratch birds wih Luci, but I couldn't get a hold of anyone. I didn't want to drive up without talking to someone first. I'm going to make another attempt Wed or Thursday.

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Mayfly - I will give Rick a call on his cell phone Monday morning to see if anyone is scheduled to go out next Thursday. If not maybe you, me, Spinach and BDR can hook-up. Tuesdays and Thursdays work best for Spinach. Lets see if Thursday is good for BDR as well. How does that sound?

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Sounds good to me. Regardless if anyone else goes, I would like to get up there and give Luci a workout on Thursday. Let me know.

That is a pretty cool picture!

[This message has been edited by Mayfly (edited 04-23-2004).]

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I'd like to go, What do you guys think about this warmer weather affecting the dogs? Tuesdays or Thursdays work the best for me. Ok lets get this thing all planned out, We need a count of how many birds and how many in your party? What can you bring for lunch? Oh I'm just joking around that last deal took a lot of planning and was very time consuming. Lets make this one simple smile.gif Keep me posted.... Spinach

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Hey guys- I wish I could do this one but I am swamped at work. Let me know how it goes.

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Brian Rogers

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