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    It is clearly a front end loading pigsum which is also known as a greedy possig in the South Island. They are as rare as five digits on a west coasters hand.
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    Quote Originally Posted by upnorth uplander View Post
    What a beauty. I count 23 bars in the photo.
    It takes 43 muscle's to frown and 17 to smile, but only 3 for proper trigger pull.
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    Out walking my feral cat.Name:  20161206_185411_5557.jpg
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    We have/had 7 baby bunnies living at the end of the drive. I walked past the bathroom two nights ago and heard a noise, one of them was wheel spinning on the lino, the cat had brought it in and left it there. At. 3:15 this morning I had to get up and chuck the dead one the cat was playing with on the bedroom floor out the window.

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    yep, real cat toys.

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    isnt it nice that the cat leaves half the guts on the floor in the middle of the doorway so you can stand on them when getting up in the morning.
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    Piggy having a little christmas dinner.

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    The Moultrie shat itself, so now Iím using Browning

    Note to self, donít put the camera so far up the tree! Doh.

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    sorry for repeat
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    Awesome photo of the fawn having Christmas lunch!
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    Nice series of pictures, the fawn one is a cracker. We have noted quite a bit of fawn sign in the area we hunt last weekend, good to see.

 

 

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