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10 minutes ago, Fishing Rhino said:

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Was waiting for this.ūüėĀ

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One of the broadest Cypress trees Ive seen. It stays broad way up the trunk. You can kind of get a perspective by looking at the palmettos at bottom left. I wouldnt be suprised if this tree was 500 years old.large.20181210_134909-1288x966.jpg.329a8385816e3af009ba286f23752bec.jpg

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The story behind the photo.

 

It had to be taken in the early fall around 1985.  We were probably about thirty miles from shore.  Migrating birds are a common sight, and often took advantage of boats along their migrating route to get some rest.  It's a long hard pull for them as they travel between Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket to Long Island.

 

The bird on my head had to be extremely tired and desperate.  It sat on my head for ten to fifteen minutes.  As you can see, no razor blade company or barbers were going to get rich from me.  I'd get my hair cut and beard trimmed six times per year.

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Buy them all those toys and all they want to do is play with the box.

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11 hours ago, Fishing Rhino said:

The story behind the photo.

 

It had to be taken in the early fall around 1985.  We were probably about thirty miles from shore.  Migrating birds are a common sight, and often took advantage of boats along their migrating route to get some rest.  It's a long hard pull for them as they travel between Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket to Long Island.

 

The bird on my head had to be extremely tired and desperate.  It sat on my head for ten to fifteen minutes.  As you can see, no razor blade company or barbers were going to get rich from me.  I'd get my hair cut and beard trimmed six times per year.

 

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7 hours ago, Bluebasser86 said:

Buy them all those toys and all they want to do is play with the box.

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We all loved boxes as kids. I remember a water heater box I got to play with when I was 5 or 6. Man I miss that box. ūüėā

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19 hours ago, slonezp said:

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You know me.  I don't like to disappoint.

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On the other hand, my wife, isn't intimidated by the larger animals.

 

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19 minutes ago, Fishing Rhino said:

On the other hand, my wife, isn't intimidated by the larger animals.

 

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I occasionally travel through Amish country and see these big beasts plowing fields. They are amazing animals. 

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7 hours ago, Team9nine said:

Sunset from the water yesterday 

 

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Don't those naked branches give you the shivers.  I can't wait for them to get soft and fuzzy looking when the buds swell prior to the leaves making their appearance.

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"Yep, I own this lake." Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge, 12/19/18 (Photo by Mark Jurnigan)

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After 8 years I still have those moments where it hits me "I'm responsible for that human!" Or "I can't believe we created this human being". At times it's really surreal. He's my fishing buddy, my hunting buddy, my shadow and so much more. Maybe some day he'll join this site and have the screen name 6poundbass, until then I have the pleasure of teaching and showing him hunting, fishing, and life. 

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36 minutes ago, 12poundbass said:

After 8 years I still have those moments where it hits me "I'm responsible for that human!" Or "I can't believe we created this human being". At times it's really surreal. He's my fishing buddy, my hunting buddy, my shadow and so much more. Maybe some day he'll join this site and have the screen name 6poundbass, until then I have the pleasure of teaching and showing him hunting, fishing, and life. 

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AWESOME PIC !

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A-Jay

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Day Seven at the Oncology & Infusion Center.

Napping.

A-Jay

 

 

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Tough Christmas for you both. Thinking of you.

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1 hour ago, A-Jay said:

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Day Seven at the Oncology & Infusion Center.

Napping.

A-Jay

 

 

I know all too well how that is. I feel for Lynn, and you. She has a good support team! 

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Preparing my most prized possession today for cleaning and prayer for Lynn @A-Jay. The eagle feather was presented to me by a fellow Kiowa warrior and holy man. We consider the eagle the strongest, bravest, and holiest of all life and the eagle feather possesses strong healing power. I will go to the Medicine Man walk today and ask the creator to give her strength.

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13 hours ago, 12poundbass said:

She has a good support team! 

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17 hours ago, A-Jay said:

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Day Seven at the Oncology & Infusion Center.

Napping.

A-Jay

 

 

Stay strong you two. 

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I pray things will get better for both of you.

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4 hours ago, Harold Scoggins said:

Preparing my most prized possession today for cleaning and prayer for Lynn @A-Jay. The eagle feather was presented to me by a fellow Kiowa warrior and holy man. We consider the eagle the strongest, bravest, and holiest of all life and the eagle feather possesses strong healing power. I will go to the Medicine Man walk today and ask the creator to give her strength.

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 ~Thank You very much for this Sir.

My wife & I were really touched.

 

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A-Jay

 

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Thank God Santa found our rental house! Now I need to get home! 

 

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On 12/20/2018 at 1:35 PM, A-Jay said:

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Day Seven at the Oncology & Infusion Center.

Napping.

A-Jay

 

 

 

 

Andy, I have walked in your shoes. The moment I saw this picture my heart sank. So did my wife's. She remembers well.  We are praying for you and **** and please let her know we are thinking of her. 

 

Doug and DeAnn

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