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 Post subject: Re: Scouting new territory
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Jose , you would probably just shoot 'em.

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Jose , you would probably just shoot 'em.


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I told the landowner the same thing Jose, I can’t imagine my light hitting that first one in the dark!! Yesterday I had to ask what in the world was going on. The lady laughed and said that she walked up and down that mountain daily for the exercise, her children now in their twenties are always trying to scare her. Then she pointed out another one right beside her chicken coop where she closes them up at dark every evening. Nothing like the love of children!


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Here is another picture I took from where I climbed a tree, guess what?


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I told the landowner the same thing Jose, I can’t imagine my light hitting that first one in the dark!! Yesterday I had to ask what in the world was going on. The lady laughed and said that she walked up and down that mountain daily for the exercise, her children now in their twenties are always trying to scare her. Then she pointed out another one right beside her chicken coop where she closes them up at dark every evening. Nothing like the love of children!


Hmmm, they haven't upped the life insurance policy recently, have they?

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The husband informed me that the contraption on the mountain was their internet service.


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Hey, as long as those don't act like scarecrows to the deer I'd say you're in like flint.

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