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Old 12-02-2006, 06:29 PM   #1
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two moose and a weber kettle

Here's some pics I took in my back yard this afternoon of a cow and calf moose.







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Old 12-02-2006, 06:30 PM   #2
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cool pics..
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Something's wrong. They're still alive.

MooseBurgers !!!!!!!!!!!
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Something's wrong. They're still alive.

MooseBurgers !!!!!!!!!!!
Season is closed and some stupid law about discharging firearms in town.

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Old 12-02-2006, 07:18 PM   #5
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Nice pics Griff! But I really thought you lived in an igloo [smilie=a_whyme.gif]
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That's some of the best light you've had for moose-in-the-yard pics, isn't it?

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Great. Now I've got the "Northern Exposure" theme running through my head. (Luckily there's nothing in there for it to run into.)
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Great. Now I've got the "Northern Exposure" theme running through my head. (Luckily there's nothing in there for it to run into.)
That chick was hawt!
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Great. Now I've got the "Northern Exposure" theme running through my head. (Luckily there's nothing in there for it to run into.)
That chick was hawt!
You mean the "bush" pilot? You got that right!!!
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Something's wrong. They're still alive.

MooseBurgers !!!!!!!!!!!
Season is closed and some stupid law about discharging firearms in town.

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Old 12-02-2006, 09:27 PM   #11
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Damn Griff that was cool!
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Old 12-02-2006, 10:18 PM   #12
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Damn, I get excited if I see a deer run across the road...don't know what I'd do if I had two moosis in the backyard. Too cool.
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Hunting moose is kinda like hunting cows isn't it?

I mean the beefy kind.
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Not really. Like every thing else, they disappear during hunting season.

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Dang Griff...hope you had something for em to chew around on. Bet they like range cubes and stuff like that. Your very fortunant to live it such a wonderful any mysterious place. You ever see them Northern Lights? I would love to see that afore I go to be with the Lord.

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Hunting moose is kinda like hunting cows isn't it?

I mean the beefy kind.
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This was behind our fire house a few weeks ago. It got hit by a car a few days later and was killed. Knocked one of the racks off. We counted 10 points on it.

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This was behind our fire house a few weeks ago. It got hit by a car a few days later and was killed. Knocked one of the racks off. We counted 10 points on it.

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I don't think th eWeber is big enough Griff.
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