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    Quote Originally Posted by Mooseman View Post
    Go the grey power, be joining the ranks shortly but still several years behind you fellas , good haul of meat and the boar has a nice set of teeth. Keep it up love your adventures.
    It creeps up. Sorry you can't join us down south @Mooseman

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    yeah but you two have a legit reason for feeling tired. You've been doing tiring stuff, even for us younger bastards
    I can only hope I'm kicking along half as good as you guys when and if I reach your age.
    Inspiring stuff

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    They make us feel tired too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tahr View Post
    It creeps up. Sorry you can't join us down south @Mooseman
    Yes I have to get the paper work done for the pension and they are making the appointment about when we would be down there. I spoke to Rod and I would be keen maybe late April early May. Need to get up North for mums 92 birthday too.

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    Good on you two old boys. Inspirational springs to mind.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mooseman View Post
    Yes I have to get the paper work done for the pension and they are making the appointment about when we would be down there. I spoke to Rod and I would be keen maybe late April early May. Need to get up North for mums 92 birthday too.
    All good. We will keep going there util we can't.
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    n here i was thinking i would catch up to you two in age,yet again im 1yr behind,,oct born hunters just keep going
    i too am heading south but in two weeks or so,,tahr first n wallys if its rough weather
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    Will you two STOP IT.
    I finished my mothers kitchen re-build and gave myself a sleepin and day off, now reading this i feel soft.
    good work
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    I dont feel sorry for Brian carrying the Boar at all. I remember in one of your posts a while ago there was a photo of Brians legs. Great big powerful set of boar transporter legs, in his prime he could probably carry a Boar under each arm for 10 km without a stop
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    Quote Originally Posted by Moa Hunter View Post
    I dont feel sorry for Brian carrying the Boar at all. I remember in one of your posts a while ago there was a photo of Brians legs. Great big powerful set of boar transporter legs, in his prime he could probably carry a Boar under each arm for 10 km without a stop
    Exactly. And after carting a Bren gun around the hills in the army he thinks that a real rifle has to weigh at least 12 lb ad have a pistol grip.
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    Well done to both of you. Doing more than guys half your age. Your proof of the gotta keep going attitude that a lot don't have now.
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