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For The Deer Hunters Out There..

ghostofuga1ghostofuga1 Posts: 5,197 mod

I used to hunt many years ago and when I did, I made sure anything I got went to good use. If my freezer was full, I donated all the rest to food banks. Many a time I sat in a deer stand either being eaten up by mosquitoes or freezing to the extent my feet and toes were numb. And for the "love" of doing this, many a time not ever seeing a single deer pass my way. However, I always felt that "trophy" was right there.....watching me. Well, now I understand they were....





Happy Thanksgiving and safe hunting!!

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