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    Quote Originally Posted by typically8 View Post
    You should get some, I bet they would look real pretty in the snow!!!!
    hahahaha.
    I'm happy to tell you that the snow is 99% melted away, and it's now 47 degrees. And NO, I am NOT getting PINK arrows!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arrow Splitter View Post
    I'm happy to tell you that the snow is 99% melted away, and it's now 47 degrees. And NO, I am NOT getting PINK arrows!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! LOL

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    real men ware pink and shoot pink arrows.

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    I do have a pink shirt.
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    GD is right, real men are'nt afraid to have pink accessories! I've got pink mini gear bag in my pack, it holds all of the locks, cables, and keys for the trail cameras. Talking to a guy while waiting in line at the post office ( it's on the way, Simon, with a little suprize for you ) and he says that we'll be getting snow tonght or sometime this week-end. NOAA says 31* tonight......brrrrr
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    Quote Originally Posted by elkslayer4x5 View Post
    GD is right, real men are'nt afraid to have pink accessories! I've got pink mini gear bag in my pack, it holds all of the locks, cables, and keys for the trail cameras. Talking to a guy while waiting in line at the post office ( it's on the way, Simon, with a little suprize for you ) and he says that we'll be getting snow tonght or sometime this week-end. NOAA says 31* tonight......brrrrr
    Enjoy the cold, it's supposed to be 60 degrees here on Monday.

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    Well, the cold will make the deer move, but not deer season right now, bear and cougar are still open. And the bears don't truely hibernate or in fact even slow their metabolisims down at this elevation, so they are looking for more protien to pile on the fat and stay warm, so thanks, I wll enjoy the cold!

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    No snow here in Ohio, we could use some though. I am seeing some early rut activity, I think by next week it will be full on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ElkSlayer View Post
    we will need pictures...
    no mud sledding.it was way to cold and things froze.we stayed next to the fire and the camera was forgoten about after 3 gallons of apple pie and other good stuff.lol

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    Boy Thats a lot of pie...
    It's all fun an games till you put that big boy on the ground.. now its time to get to work
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    Quote Originally Posted by ElkSlayer View Post
    Boy Thats a lot of pie...
    it was well shared with people.i can't drink much of it...too sweet.stick with mountain brew

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