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    I to grew up on a mink ranch until my teens, dad sold out in th late 80's. Since then I have done several different things. Guided in S. ID from 02-04, mostly archery elk hunts and had the time of my life. Married in 04 and had to get a "normal job" to make ends meet. Currently work in N. UT a for large breakfast cereal co., sit in a control room and moniter computer and control screens and try to stay awake.

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    Wow thank you all for your service. I do Crop Consulting in ND, so I drive ATV all day looking at crop, weeds, and big whitetails
    Mathews Switchback XT- Toxonics 5 pin - Trophy Taker Pronghorn - Mathews Quiver – FMJ Axis 340
    Mathews DXT( Black)-Spot-Hogg Hunter-it 7 pin(Black)-Schaffer drop-away(Black)-Mathews T5(Black)
    Mathews Drenalin- Spot-Hogg 5 pin - Whisker Biscuit - Mathews T5 Quiver – FMJ Axis 340
    Mathews Drenalin LD-Spot-Hogg Hogg-it 5 pin-Vapor Trail drop-away- Gold Tip Pro X Cutters

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    I own my own buisness and do Consulting for the hunting Buisness, I will also like to thank all our Military folks on this fourm for giving us the right to choose what to do Thanks!
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    I'm a civilian Drill Instroctor for the Montana National Guard Youth Challenge Academy been one for four years now that's 9 cycles.
    Can you handle the challenge.... hunt hard but safe!!

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    I echo the respect and admiration paid above to all those who have served this country. Don't stone me - I work for local government as a HR Director/Attorney.

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    Im a assistant chief operator in a power plant.Another words I keep the lights on for ya.I work around steam driven turbine generators.Im outside doing anything I can find to do as much as possible when Im not at work.Live in Iowa but we head west whenever possible! Anywhere with mountains suites me fine.

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    I began my law enforcement career 23 years ago as a state game warden......transferred to a major law enforcement agency in the area a year later. Liked being a warden.......but when I couldn't take vacation to go hunting (busy time for wardens), I decided to transfer. Been with my current department for 22 years now.
    BOHNTR )))----------->

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    This is a cool thread!!
    Fascinating what folks do for a living, I am a painting contractor in the portland area ,although I try to stay out of freaksville.ie portland, freaks ,treehuggers and alot of hippies I hate working there, but one must go where the work is. self employed for 16 years and love the freedom of being my own boss . ditto to all the military folks, "YOU" are all are real hero's !! not that idiot charely sheen

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    Hats off to those military members. I truly appreciate all you do.

    I'm a Sr. Environmental Health Specialist for the Health Department. I head up a crew that conducts Zoonotic disease surveillance and abatement in the Las Vegas area.

    We look for disease outbreaks in animals that have the ability to bridge the gap from animal to man, then eliminate the source if possible. This includes diseases like Plague, Hantavirus, West Nile Virus, Equine Encephalitis, Rabies, Raccoon Roundworm, etc. Been at it for 6 years and loving it.

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    Distribution Linemen for a utility in Wisconsin. Get to climb 80 year old power poles and play with voltages from 120 to 24.9kv, pretty decent job and it keeps you on your toes.
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