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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by MT Damascus, Nov 14, 2012.
I just saw the Mod. reproof. Sorry, I didn't mean to be disrespectful. It was a joke.
Amen to that! It's one of the greatest means of relaxation
You should try to get a pipe for the bird as well - that would be cool! Just kidding!
Great pics everyone
Thats me some months ago on a fortress near my hometown
Great pics everyone.
Thanks Sarah for help keeping this thread current.
Sarah - This has to be one of my favorites in this entire thread...poignant moment. Three of my kids have already married, two left to go, so this brings some emotions to me.
Here's one of me, from a big Halloween party we had on the Battleship New Jersey in Camden, a few years back. I like a good costume party.
My most recent picture of the wife and I with our granddaughter Annalynn on her 4th birthday.
Those are what we call Eastern Wild Turkeys. Your Merriams likely came from the US, they are more prevalent in the Western US. We also have Osceola and Rio Grande sub-species in the US. If you get one of each you have what they call the "Grand Slam" of turkey hunting. They are not dumb here (at least the wild ones), they do have a tendency to become less afraid of humans in suburban settings or when people feed them. Both of those turkeys pictured took me five days to locate and pattern. Turkey hunting is a LOT of fun!
Here's one of me after the foot of snow early this January
And one of the family getting our tree this Christmas.
Me doing my best "Slingblade" impression at work.
Colorado a few years ago
Little bit of an oldie....that's me on the left, and my older bro on the right. Circa 1985!
ERIK...Thank you for the explanation...The turkeys here will roost in the bush edge or on fences,as they graze pastureland during the day..There are no natural predators to keep them wary,and there is no satisfaction in hunting them ..Our children hunt them as a natural progression to ducks and then upland game.......FES
Here's a not-so-goofy pic of me and my Son:
Glad to see this one up top again. I posted one from November 2012 of me alongside my dad and son on page 13, so I guess an update is in order.
My wife snapped this shot of me checking emails while we were waiting for the pepper eating contest to begin at our local hot sauce festival last September. Bought the t-shirt that day, which gave me a discounted price on their beers for the rest of the festival (also made it much easier for her to find me in the crowd!).
My son and I mugging for the camera when I was visiting him six days later. He and I both have four months fuller beards now.
Here I am in my normal environment (my office). Steven
Savoring a VS Series 55 box pressed maduro.