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Live from KS, TX and OK

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Denny
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I agree, good shit man!

I do love Texas!

My earliest years as an adult was in San Antonio, basic training, then in Wichita for line school with all the newbie lady nurses. I thoroughly enjoyed my time far more in Wichita though. I've done a lot work throughout the years as well down there too, Fort Worth/Dallas area and then again in San Antonio. My youngest brother lived just outside of Houston at the tail end of his military days, so yeah, I absolutely love Texas for a whole verity of reasons.

Again, looking forward to more of your sharing from the 'Lone Star' state!
 
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Cogz

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Not live from the stand yet but getting close in KS!

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Cogz

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TOO tired to write anything but hopefully the pictures tell a story! You’ve heard of one stickin? Im no stickin these days. Hung at 15ft one day with no sticks, but this one called for a lower elevation to be shielded by crp. The pic with the yellow and brown paths are where i saw that buck walk the days prior. Of course when i shot him he went to my right, the south with the wind out of the NE. So i had one window at 23 yards and then he would have me pegged. Made the most of it. And the yote was watching the farmers dogs tell me where my deer was.

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Cogz

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Pretty sure what I thought would be beans this year is corn and is still up. Going to bail on this cut field and go there inna bit. About a mile away but i can see corn thru the binos I’m pretty sure. It was corn last year and this field was beans. Figured theyd both flip