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Valley View GC

Discussion in 'Golf Pictures' started by bames, Mar 23, 2015.

  1. bames

    bames Purchased a better game Supporting Member

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    Walked by these guys while playing last weekend. I couldn't tell if they were staring because they were impressed with my drive (which I boomed), or laughing at my second shot back up the hill that rolled behind a greenside pine. Super awesome feeling watching that roll behind a tree.

    Valley View.
     
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    Wi-Golfer Golfer on hiatus. Supporting Member

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    limpalong Mental Ward Escapee Supporting Member

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    Some good lookin' meat in that gallery!!!!!
     
  4. bames

    bames Purchased a better game Supporting Member

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    That was my initial reaction, but oddly enough, I've found myself lacking a desire to shoot them these days. I grew up in ND and MT and have hunted plenty in my life. Then one day I just decided I would rather watch them. I have no idea why. Pheasants on the other hand I'll drop all day :)...well I'll shoot at them anyway, they rarely drop.
     
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    limpalong Mental Ward Escapee Supporting Member

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    Hangin' around with the Canadian (Rock) as much as you do, he probably won't let anything on four legs be used for food... before he has a chance to use if for "other purposes".
     
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    Rockford35 Shark skin shoes Staff Member Admin

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    Not true. Typically, all the orifices of an animal are discarded, not consumed. So, the meat is never spoiled by "the meat".

    I'm not a savage.

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    bames Purchased a better game Supporting Member

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    Is this the "birdshot" approach? It saves the meat.
     
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    Rockford35 Shark skin shoes Staff Member Admin

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    I usually wait for the period after the bullet has done the deed and the carcass is still warm. I like to call it "the witching hour".

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    Animal necrophelia... Reminds me of a story about a chicken plucker......
     
  10. azgreg

    azgreg "Don't count that." Supporting Member

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    I realized I hadn't posted in this thread yet.


    carry on.
     
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    limpalong Mental Ward Escapee Supporting Member

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    Tea... deduct at least one post from this ho's numbers!!!!! Please......
     
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    Fairwaysplitter3320 Recovering Equipment Ho...off the wagon again. Staff Member Admin

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    Well played sir.
     

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