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Thread: A drive & a tiny walk

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    A drive & a tiny walk

    We decided to go for a walk yesterday in a fairly popular place, the car park was full... after about a 200m walk, we heard a snort, 5-10 meters down the steep bank & BANG



    We went down to sort it out, knowing there was another lurking about, after we were finished we went further down & found the second one, a bit of a bleat & BANG



    My super light 22 Terminator strikes again, a bit of a grunt up the hill with them after popping them in rubbish bags for the short trip straight up the bloody hill



    One on the ground & one on in the pack...but why are my thighs so sore today after such a short hunt......getting old & unfit... just as well I had a porter to help

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    Awesome

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    I wish my porters looked like that....Mine have more hair and less manners.....And smell funny to boot. Your one looks like smell wont be an issue?
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    I like how your porter is carrying the pack and rifle and your water bottle you are doing something right or else you are a damn good talker. nice sized animals should be good on the barbi.

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    Quote Originally Posted by berg243 View Post
    I like how your porter is carrying the pack and rifle and your water bottle you are doing something right or else you are a damn good talker. nice sized animals should be good on the barbi.
    To be fair I did carry her water bottle & the smaller one in the bag on the ground, 15 meters up the bank

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    I find this type of Porter best after I have been walking with my 22-204, tried the human ones,this one works every time.

    Sprig & Fern Porter. We use five speciality malts in addition to a Pale base malt. This beer is best consumed at 6-8C, because at the right temperature, the Porter will deliver an fine array of flavours such as coffee, liquorice, caramel and chocolate which derive from the use of Crystal, Cara malt and Chocolate malts.
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    My bro (lives out at the beach), is a walking talking ad for the Sprig & Fern.
    Can't shut the Bugger up. @stickle7 - you must be in competition with him

 

 

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