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The Deer Hunt.
« on: August 07, 2002, 02:04:47 PM »
While going through pictures of the cabin, I found this one. An example of U.P. cabin Interior Decor.

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Re: The Deer Hunt.
« Reply #1 on: August 07, 2002, 03:35:14 PM »
Is that how y'all do it up there?

Here's how I heard it was supposed to be done.
5pm   Got off of work.  left bulldozer behind big tree.
5:10 pm stopped by pool hall.  Had a beer.
11:00pm  decided to go deer hunting with buddy, left pool hall.
11:03  Took gun out of truck and got in buddy's truck
11:05  shined light down somebody's driveway.  Shot deer.
11:06  Loaded deer in buddy's truck
11:10  Got back to pool hall
11:11  Had a beer
01:00  Wife called, I had to go home.  Told her I just had a couple'a beers
02:00 realized I left my gun in Buddy's truck.  Oh, well.  I'll get it in the morning when we get to work.  Wonder what he did with the deer?

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Re: The Deer Hunt.
« Reply #2 on: August 07, 2002, 09:04:13 PM »
Deer Hunt, Chattahoochee style:

0600.  Drag my carcass out of bed.

0605.  Nuke a cup of yesterday's coffee.

0615.  Stagger out to barn near back corner of pasture, where I planted the pea patch. Climb into loft, open door, and settle into strategically positioned recliner.

0617. Shoot deer.

0800.  Pack quartered deer carcass in ice I stole from work, yesterday.

0815.  Saw some logs, either literally or figuratively, depending on how early I went to bed, last night.

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