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Picture worth a thousand words

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This is the 3rd year that I have posted this picture while at deer camp. So many have replied with positive comments I thought it would be good to show again especially this year! Enjoy
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Don't see anything ?????
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me either, there is no picture
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Look closely.
There are the guys in white camo standing by white tents in a whiteout.

:lol:
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Thanks Jim , took awhile but that is some Great Camo. :shock: :lol: .
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Hey they aren't wearing masks or socially distancing!

Ah the good old days , when a gathering was just that- a gathering.

Goid luck, hope you shoot a monster!
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Seems to be fixed now. Lot of leverguns in there.
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I don’t think I see any guns that are not leverguns...! :D
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Thanks for the post and the picture , sure is Great To Have Them Back..........I hope they had a Great Week hunting in the Sky. :) :) .
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Great picture! It has it all.
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What a wonderful photo!
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94 carbines sure rule the roost there....see a pair of 92's and a 95 in 30-40 Krag.....the second one also appears to be a 95..maybe....dunno.....

i noticed not many of those guys have on their required orange vests-----6
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6 Guys and 7 leverguns.

Does that mean one of them is the dog's??

:shock: :lol:
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COSteve wrote:
Wed Nov 11, 2020 10:45 am
6 Guys and 7 leverguns.

Does that mean one of them is the dog's??

:shock: :lol:
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GunnyMack wrote:
Tue Nov 10, 2020 3:17 pm
Hey they aren't wearing masks or socially distancing!

Ah the good old days , when a gathering was just that- a gathering.
I worry those days are now gone. Get ready for mandatory vaccinations which still wont alleviate all the restrictions They just locked Europe down again to soften them up to a vaccination push.
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no deer in the picture, I guess they were not using super flamboyant magnums we use today? :D
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mickbr wrote:
Wed Nov 11, 2020 4:19 pm
GunnyMack wrote:
Tue Nov 10, 2020 3:17 pm
Hey they aren't wearing masks or socially distancing!

Ah the good old days , when a gathering was just that- a gathering.
I worry those days are now gone. Get ready for mandatory vaccinations which still wont alleviate all the restrictions They just locked Europe down again to soften them up to a vaccination push.
Just like you can only get so far in life because of the good reputation of your parents; at some point YOU have to prove yourself... None of us are going to get any freedom handed to us that we don’t fight for.

The problem with most of us is that we are fundamentally ‘romantics’ who reminisce and revere a time and place where intelligence and strategy and yes, even violence, were the way to win. Now that path is more complex, and includes very unpleasant things like spending time on telephones and on hold and faxing and writing and generally annoying legislators, who we respect about as much as what we scrape off our shoes after walking in the dog pen.

Unfortunately, that is the reality.

Most of my conservative friends are incredibly well-versed in history and philosophy and science and logic, and most of my liberal friends are incredibly well-versed in emotion and suspicion and fear and hate for anything that challenges their naive, childish, and narrow world-view.

They are nice people, with good intentions, but I’ve been missed lead into thinking that their armchair quarterbacking of current events somehow gives them authority, despite the incredible amount of miss information they used to make decisions.

Instead of hating them, as many of them do us, we need to try to educate them as to the real world, the real history, the real political situation, the real facts, and the real consequences of their political positions. It’s not particularly difficult, because history is rife with illustrations of what happens when you embrace the so-called ‘progressive’ agenda. People die, real innocent lives are lost, real nations are destroyed, real poverty happens, real deaths and starvation happens, and real power grabbing elites rise to power under their supposedly egalitarian policies. Facts are facts. And as Ben Shapiro comments, “my facts don’t care about your feelings”.

We don’t get to solve today’s political and social problems by use of our woodsman ship or marksmanship. We have to participate in the political sphere the Democrats have twisted for the past 50 years to enrich the big corporations and the Moocher-class at the expense of the working-class. Unfortunately, far too many people are so self-absorbed and thinking about nothing other than materialism and the superficial aspects of life, that they really don’t grasp what is happening; They are assuming that today’s Democrat party is representing what it did 50 years ago, which is about 180° the opposite.

We ALL need to get to work NOW...

Sorry it isn’t as simple as it was 200 years ago... :|
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That's a wonderful photo evoking an era not so far gone. Love that dog.
As for vaccinations, I would have volunteered my worthless old carcass for a trial if I could have. I am all for them.
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Vaccines have saved millions, and maybe billions of lives.

That dog might have been there to track down wounded deer. Looks like a terrier. Even with taking good shots, deer can sometimes run a little way. One dog I used to have loved running up to the target and barking at my arrows after each shot. She would wait beside me until the arrow hit the target, then she went after it just barking like crazy. I haven't shot an arrow since she died.
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I love their camouflage hunting outfits!
And no !*&%# cell phones.
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piller wrote:
Thu Nov 12, 2020 11:19 am
Vaccines have saved millions, and maybe billions of lives.

Sure did. But ban alcohol, smoking and junk food youd save even more lives. I still like the choice.
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mickbr wrote:
Fri Nov 13, 2020 10:29 pm
piller wrote:
Thu Nov 12, 2020 11:19 am
Vaccines have saved millions, and maybe billions of lives.

Sure did. But ban alcohol, smoking and junk food youd save even more lives. I still like the choice.
I am not advocating mandatory vaccinations. Adults should be allowed the choice for themselves and their children. I am just pointing out that they have saved lives.
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I agree Piller, well noted.
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I just had a look at everyone's response and am glad that most enjoyed the picture again.

As for AJMD response, I ma glad that you are not my Doctor!!!!
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I think we all should take whatever opportunity we have to be in a hunting camp with good friends again. We should not let this tradition die out.

I have a theory about the extra levergun. I think someone had to take the photograph and it is his levergun.
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