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post #31 of 128 Old 02-28-2013, 12:10 PM
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Well, you are in HIS territory, aren't you?
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Ok....I'm sitting in Mexico right now, pretty much being a vegetable while my husband goes zip lining...(I'd love to zip line, except its an hour boat ride, and no amount of medication helps me out of being sea sick!) anyway, your all talking about eating moose again......so I'm going back to my fugly piña colada and my fugly private beach with my fugly self! Moose meat - ack ack ack!!!
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Ok....I'm sitting in Mexico right now, pretty much being a vegetable while my husband goes zip lining...(I'd love to zip line, except its an hour boat ride, and no amount of medication helps me out of being sea sick!) anyway, your all talking about eating moose again......so I'm going back to my fugly piña colada and my fugly private beach with my fugly self! Moose meat - ack ack ack!!!
Excuse you... why did you not take me with you? That's it, i'm filing for divorce *stomps away*

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Excuse you... why did you not take me with you? That's it, i'm filing for divorce *stomps away*
Ok I want my half! Not the fugly half either!
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post #35 of 128 Old 02-28-2013, 12:27 PM
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We have moose here in montana, and our horses are scared to death of them. Not only seeing them, but if they smell them, they get all kinds of worked up. Why, I have no idea, I have ridden up on bears, deer, elk, cows, I have followed wolf. But the one thing that REALLY makes our horse go bug eyed is the Moose every time. Its almost funny, except when you are on a trail ride with ten kids and you cross paths with a moose and all the horses start look at other places they would rather be. Moose??
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Before we boarded our horses, we kept them with us. We had a huge stack of hay that was covered and well secured for the winter and overnight. Well, we ended up putting boards, the truck beside it, the woodpile beside, everything we could think of to keep the elk out. Yea, it didn't keep them out. We came back after all our hard work - hay was EVERYWHERE. It was scattered all down the road, up to the fence, down the hill, in the bed of truck. It took days to clean it up. Well the elk find one little scent of it and it's done. They hay is done. Haha!

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Why not a good rifle, one good shot and he will never leave, but the freezer will be full
If I were an Indian I'd be all over him. LOL
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Well, you are in HIS territory, aren't you?
Ha!
I'll be in HIS territory when HE pays the property taxed.

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Ok....I'm sitting in Mexico right now, pretty much being a vegetable while my husband goes zip lining...(I'd love to zip line, except its an hour boat ride, and no amount of medication helps me out of being sea sick!) anyway, your all talking about eating moose again......so I'm going back to my fugly piña colada and my fugly private beach with my fugly self! Moose meat - ack ack ack!!!
You know, I'm so not impressed with you right now.
I hope you cut your toes on a sea shell and the pina colada thingies make you sick.
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That was my first thought but I didn't want to encourage moose hunting off season But we could all have a nice moose meat stew when we have our meet up... okay now I want moose meat.
Jerky!
I've been craving moose jerky.
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