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  1. #41
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    Thumbs up Re: Waiting on a Whitetail

    Beyond Excellent!
    You have a marvelous writing skill Sir!
    And I truly enjoyed this tale.
    One for the books.

    Condolences on your Father.
    I lost Mom just a very short time ago, and like yourself back then, have yet to let an arrow fly or a trigger squeezed since.
    Missing that now.
    Your tale has given me the inspiration I needed.
    Late archery whitetails within the week it is.

    Many THANKS for the share.
    Truly Appreciated!

    Cheers,
    Matt
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  2. #42
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    Re: Waiting on a Whitetail

    Had to delete. Way to deep.
    Last edited by bwhnter; 11-27-2020 at 04:28 PM.

  3. #43
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    Re: Waiting on a Whitetail

    lol.... ya watch out for that we are kinda "Surface people"

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    Re: Waiting on a Whitetail

    Quote Originally Posted by bwhnter View Post
    Husky great tribute to your father.
    Not my tribute but a nice song by The Zac Brown band that I think many can relate too, yourself include. My father is not a hunter, but I myself am a religious hunter and have been dragging my kids along with me since they could walk so your story speaks to me, and I know if we raise them right they will get that song too.
    Last edited by Husky7mm; 11-28-2020 at 08:32 AM.

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    Re: Waiting on a Whitetail

    Great story congrats on some fine animals. I lost my dad a year ago and think of him every time I go hunting

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    Re: Waiting on a Whitetail

    Wow, those were a few crazy seasons bwhnter, congrats. My brother-in-law lives out of Rolla and he sees tons of game too.

    Condolences to you and family. Your father will always be with you on your adventures and the memories will never leave you. My dad comes to memory more times than I can tell you. Life carries on and memories is all we have, but we get to relive them on every turn.
    If you can pack it in, You can pack it out !!!

    UNITED WE STAND, DIVIDED WE FALL !!!


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    Re: Waiting on a Whitetail

    Great story and hunts with your family. And to be able to hunt with family that is something so very special especially to have a passion that you and your dad had. Those hunts I am sure you will never never forget.
    Nothing is like climbing a mountain, and then feeling like you are at the top of the world.

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    Re: Waiting on a Whitetail

    Thank you for sharing your beautiful story!

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    Re: Waiting on a Whitetail

    Thanks for sharing your story! This is what HBC used to be all about!

    Hopefully you inspire others like me to start again!

    Sorry for your loss, it does get a little easier with time and there will be ups and downs, but he will always be there and the memories will never fade. Ever time I kill an animal, I look up and give my dad a big smile and thanks! He is there in my heart and mind.

    It has been a weird year for whitetails, lots of deer around, but they are so nocturnal this year. Congrats on the great buck! A true trophy no matter the score!

    Thanks again for sharing!

    Cheers

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  10. #50
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    Re: Waiting on a Whitetail

    Thank you everyone for the condolences and the kind words.

    I have a few more stories in mind. I enjoyed sharing and the stories other people have shared on here were the reason I joined.

    I am pleased that the stories have helped inspire some to get back out there.

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