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Sorry...feeling nostalgic
« on: September 29, 2017, 07:56:13 PM »
so going through some stuff around the house this afternoon and found this pic and brought back a lot of memories...have had enough beers and it brought me to want to share with you.  especially hard because my good buddy/hunting partner is in the pic-unfortunately he was killled a year ago June in a tragic situation in McKenna.  I think about him every day and miss the Hell out of him...thank you for letting me share

this pic is from around 2004 of our hunting crew.  I don't remember the actual date but obviously it was from December (due to holiday decorations).  It was a day we spent up in Vail bowhunting...best day we ever had.  5 does down-not bad for 8 hunters

L-R---Jeanine, Ronnie, Sandy, Brenda (my wife-deer #1), Bob (R.I.P. - deer # 2) Big Bob ( deer # 3) Teddy ( deer #4) and me (deer #5)

sorry for the crappy quality but it is a pic of a pic

thanks for letting me share..



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Re: Sorry...feeling nostalgic
« Reply #1 on: September 29, 2017, 07:59:18 PM »
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Sad that we lose people, but memories like this keep them with us!!

Thanks for sharing...
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Re: Sorry...feeling nostalgic
« Reply #2 on: September 29, 2017, 09:38:58 PM »
A good day indeed - you guys slayed 'em that day! 

Really sorry about you loosing your friend.  Time heals all wounds.  Unfortunately, some wounds are a bit deeper and take more time.  Hang in there Brew - it'll get better.
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