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    Well done grandad, I hope the lad isnt the last generation of hunters and he will be able to take his kids and grandkids out and do the same one day.
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    Quote Originally Posted by veitnamcam View Post
    Fantastic! Memory's never forgotten right there .

    Hopefully my Dad and my Son get up to something similar in the next couple of days.
    That will be great if they do.
    Grandads make great packhorses and cooks.

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    Well what can I say other than what a fantastic time spent with your grandson. Well done both of you and some great shooting by you both. In the current climate in this country and the way things are going with this government these sort of life building experiences are being slowly eroded away. Let's hope these people who are trying to destroy our way of life and chosen sport don't succeed.
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    Yes enjoyed that ,the essence of the Kiwi lifestyle
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    What awesome memories to create. My step dad would have just turned 71 and was an avid hunter (and quite likeness to you...maybe it's the glasses), and had he not passed at 63 I know he would be taking my son out too. I missed the chance to learn from him, but look forward to my son & I learning together. I'm sure your grandson will cherish these memories.
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    Awesome. Memories that you’ll both treasure.

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    Awesome stuff, really neat story. Great effort there. Do it again. We all love reading about it.
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    What an awesome trip I my kids hurry up so I get to share the same memories with my grand kids.


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    Just awesome. Some great memories made there
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    Crikey... They can eat... can't they
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    Quote Originally Posted by turtle View Post
    Crikey... They can eat... can't they
    Hah @turtle . I can remember once my 2 lads coming in from an early start helping me at shearing time. They were about 14-15. And they had a cook up for breakfast. They cleaned up a whole loin of hogged chops. The house was full of fat smoke and the kitchen looked like a disaster zone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tahr View Post
    Hah @turtle . I can remember once my 2 lads coming in from an early start helping me at shearing time. They were about 14-15. And they had a cook up for breakfast. They cleaned up a whole loin of hogged chops. The house was full of fat smoke and the kitchen looked like a disaster zone.
    ha,,im still like that,,chain sawed some wood in the other part of the abode and smell lingered for a fair while
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    Jesus didnt realise your that old!

    Good work, keep doing it as long as you can!
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    Awsome Tahr. he's a lucky fella
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    mint readTahr,yoursons andgrandchidren are lucky to have you.
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