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Thanksgiving Tradition

Discussion in 'Hunting' started by gbran, Nov 24, 2011.

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  1. gbran

    gbran Member

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    Every year a bunch of us relatives, kids and friends head up to the mountains early for an outdoor pan-fried breakfast.... eggs, deer sausage, apple-smoked bacon, backstraps, misc. game meat, pan-fried toast. Do a little bit of hunting on the way up and back. Mostly quail, tree rats and some varmints.

    I bagged 8 quail, 3 of them huge mountain quail. Will eat them and traditional turkey dinner in about 2 hours.
     
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    A pic from the past.

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    looks like a great time! my family and i are all farmers, yu can barely get them to stop working long enuf to eat thanksgiving dinner. the woodsmoke does make breakfast taste better dont it?
     
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    Ah yes, the ole woods ambiance.
     
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