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Two Bear, You have been MOST

Two Bear,

You have been MOST helpful on this forum - but I have to draw the line somewhere!

You are NOT making this any easier!!!

First the great photos of the scenery of the mountains.

Now photos of a great camp - where we can smell the fire and see the sun setting... or waking up to a light dusting of snow.

How is a fellow from out east supposed to concentrate and keep his mind on work... and look forward to just some regular deer hunting in 2011 when you are torturing him with these images???

Great photographs... and I posted earlier that I had "snapped".... I beleive now that the Illinois whitetail archery trip will get dumped for 2011 and I have got to figure a way to get out there this fall...

Great work - love the images... keep them coming... one of your photos is now the picture on my pc desktop!

Thanks -

Jim

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LOL

jim boyd wrote:

Two Bear,

You have been MOST helpful on this forum - but I have to draw the line somewhere!

You are NOT making this any easier!!!

First the great photos of the scenery of the mountains.

Now photos of a great camp - where we can smell the fire and see the sun setting... or waking up to a light dusting of snow.

How is a fellow from out east supposed to concentrate and keep his mind on work... and look forward to just some regular deer hunting in 2011 when you are torturing him with these images???

Great photographs... and I posted earlier that I had "snapped".... I beleive now that the Illinois whitetail archery trip will get dumped for 2011 and I have got to figure a way to get out there this fall...

Great work - love the images... keep them coming... one of your photos is now the picture on my pc desktop!

Thanks -

Jim

I'm going to have to charge you a "trophy" fee for that pic imagine on your screen Jim, LOL.  Glad you enjoyed.  I also have to say that I have greatly enjoyed your post and your excitment over hunting elk, it reminds me of why I started guiding in the first place.  I went to the U of Montana and got a degree in Resource Conservation when I was a younger man, my whole life has been devoted to the outdoors.  I have no regrets.  It's a good clean lifestyle, I won't retire a wealthy man by material standards, but there are other ways to gage ones wealth.

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Classic!

That sure looks like what I would call a classic elk camp, all right.

That horse in the first picture sure looks like he's earning his oats!

Jim, I didn't smell the campfire - I smelled those brook trout frying!

Man, that sure looks like a great way to hunt.

Thanks for sharing those great pictures.

 

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