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Just saw that on the News, 2 feet or more Wow! You better start a fire and stay inside Big smile Hope all is well!

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Location: Peyton Co
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SoCoKHntr,

Welcome! I think you will enjoy this site. No one will "flex their keyboard muscles" on you for posting something that goes against the "norm".

The snow was terrible in Monument (rumor had it at over 2 feet) were I work. I got there at 0450 Wednesday and didn't get home until 1130 today. Great over time though.

How did you fair down in your neck of the prairie???

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Location: Austin Colorado
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Welcome SoCo! I'm pretty new to this site also but it's a wealth of info. It would be interesting to start a thread with the geographical locals in the area. Just to see where folks are and how spread out they are. Talk with you soon.

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Location: Austin Colorado
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I live on the west slope of CO. Near Delta we got a whoopping 2 inches of snow from this last storm. I feel for you folks on the east slope.

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Austin - I think that would be a good idea for you guys to start a thread of where all you Coloradians are. Get it Started Thumbs up

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Location: San Diego
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Welcome SoCo
I live in So Cal now, B&R in Gunnison but still do all my hunting in CO and UT. I would love to move back to CO but hard to pass up the summertime in So Cal. San Diego women drive me crazy. Looking forward to another great year of hunting in the Great State of Colorado.
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you all Thumbs up

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Ripstop wrote:
SoCoKHntr,

Welcome! I think you will enjoy this site. No one will "flex their keyboard muscles" on you for posting something that goes against the "norm".

The snow was terrible in Monument (rumor had it at over 2 feet) were I work. I got there at 0450 Wednesday and didn't get home until 1130 today. Great over time though.

How did you fair down in your neck of the prairie???

Ripstop, thanks for the welcome. Just curious, what was against the norm? Seeing the elk or the bunny hunting question? The snow all pretty much melted in Pueblo by the weekend.

Cheers

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Location: Peyton Co
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Ripstop, thanks for the welcome. Just curious, what was against the norm? Seeing the elk or the bunny hunting question? The snow all pretty much melted in Pueblo by the weekend.

Cheers

SoCoKHntr,

Sorry for not being clear in my response. I didn't mean your post being against the norm, I was referring about posts in general. This is a really good forum with a lot of knowledgable people who give anwsers as if you were face to face.