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Here we go again!!

Discussion in 'Hunting' started by scchokedaddy, Dec 29, 2012.

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  1. scchokedaddy

    scchokedaddy Member

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    Granddaddy I want to go hunting wiff you. OK I said, to which he informed me he was taking his gun too. I said what gun? He says my bb gun and I'm gonna kill me a deer!! So I had to get my rifle out, done cleaned and put up, wasn't gonna hunt anymore this season and get ready to go. Little turkey just cslled and asked if I would take him tommorow too!!! Reckon I will be hunting some more after all, heck I might hunt mon, ang tues. with him too. Let ya'll know how it goes. By the way my wife is betting on me losing my mind!!!
     
  2. DammitBoy

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    Jealous
     
  3. 1911 guy

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    She might win part of the bet. No doubt you'll come back a little rattled after entertaining a kid for a few hours. However, these are memories that both of you are going to cherish for a long time to come. Well worth a little tooth grinding at times.
     
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    Without question. I was never extremely close with my uncle, but he took me hunting one year when I was younger. I learned a whole lot about him that day. We didn't get a deer but its still a memory I look back on fondly, 15 years later.
     
  5. wyohome

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    You should be so lucky. I see my grandson a couple times a year, and would enjoy some quality time with him. Real good time for some gun safety training as you aren't particularly meat hunting. Have fun!!
     
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