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Thread Admin: Joes Custom Guns (257-1-1) (Last 10 Posts) Posted: 04/25/2007 at 15:08:29
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Thread Title: "The King of the MT. has fallen"
(no avatar) I just eat the best Dinner that I have had for a long time,Fryed turkey breast,Fryed potato's with ramps,Biscuts and gravy,Yommy Yommy,It was from the big gobbler that I got the first day of the spring gobbler season in WV.The gaint weighted 26 lb.12 oz.,And should win the big gobbler contest here.I got my secon one it weighted 22.4 lbs. So now I am in 1st. and 2nd place

I may write a few notes about my hunt when I rest up,Now I am to tired,I hear that sometimes from my wife, LOL (:<

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Former Seller: OLD RATTLER(142-0-0) Post#1 - Posted: 04/25/2007 at 16:45:24

Seller: Hagrid(6-0-0) Post#2 - Posted: 04/25/2007 at 18:21:49
Hagrid Two real nice birds Cyro, Congratulations, I can smell it cookin from here. TRAPPER

Seller: RobW(108-0-0) Post#3 - Posted: 04/25/2007 at 19:35:50
(no avatar) Good going, Cyro, but it sounds like you're giving the rest of us 'the bird'! Grin

Buyer: got sig?(7-0-0) Post#4 - Posted: 04/25/2007 at 22:35:22
(no avatar) Bet Quack wish's he had one. LOL

Former Seller: quackilla(11-0-0) Post#5 - Posted: 04/26/2007 at 08:07:01
quackilla All the birds around here are getting web feet and growing extra down. I quit counting how many inches of rain we have gotten and the temp. will be 80 one day and today at 6:00am it was in the 40's I dont know from one day to the next if I'm going to need thermals or shorts Quack

Buyer: 5thcommjarhead(31-0-0) Post#6 - Posted: 04/27/2007 at 10:17:57
5thcommjarhead Quack - Ever consider buying a pair of thermal shorts?

I very nearly got a big gobbler last Saturday night as my bride and I were on the way to the St. Andrew's Society Tartan Ball. He flew right out in front of my SUV and I just don't know why the turkey crossed the road. He was a big ol' tom and I'd estimate him at 30+ lbs dressed out.

I guess it's a good thing I missed him, notwithstanding the damage to my car. I'd have had to dress him out right then and there and it would have looked a bit peculiar - a man wearing a skirt dressing out a turkey using a knife he pulled out of his sock.

Thread Admin: Joes Custom Guns(257-1-1) Post#7 - Posted: 04/27/2007 at 12:08:47
(no avatar) jarhead..That wasn't a turkey gobbler,That was a turket buzzerd and he was coming to pick your bones

Seller: RobW(108-0-0) Post#8 - Posted: 04/27/2007 at 18:36:13
(no avatar) 5th, you must really be Scottish if you have tartan balls! LOL, Rob

Buyer: got sig?(7-0-0) Post#9 - Posted: 04/28/2007 at 05:45:08
(no avatar) LMAO

Buyer: 5thcommjarhead(31-0-0) Post#10 - Posted: 05/02/2007 at 04:14:56
5thcommjarhead RobW - My last car had a bumper sticker which read "Scotsmen Have Tartan Balls" and I guess I'm going to have to find another one of those. The St. Andrew's Society of Baltimore has three formal events a year - the Burns Nicht dinner celebrating the poet laureate of Scotland in January, the Tartan Ball celebrating our "Scottishness" and HRH Elizabeth's birthday in April, and our Anniversary Dinner (the next will be our 202nd) in November. It's a good excuse to "put on the dog" and get some use out of the $3K worth of clothes it takes to dress in Scottish formal wear.

Check out the AA pages on Frappr.com and you might see an ol' jarhead in black tie.

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