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    Me too. Will be getting my travel trailer out of the barn later this week to pack and get everything going. Just need to get some grub bought and packed and I'll be ready. I will be leaving on Wednesday to get my camp set up. Going to the range tomorrow to try something new on my .257 Wby, not even taking my M/L. Only problem I have is I will have to come home on Monday during the season (only for 1/2 day) to take an NRA certification class our club arranged for. Maybe I'll get lucky and have my cow by then....

    Good luck, and have fun.

    Roger
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    Much easier for me. I come home every night. So, I only need to bring enough for the day. It only takes me 30min to the hunting area.

    A bed and a shower sounds better to me than a sleeping bag and a creek.

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    I'm going about 40 miles up the road to a FS camp and then it's an hour ride on a 4 wheel drive road on my quad to get to where I leave it and another half an hour or so hike to where I want to be at daylight. Stay all day until dark, then back to the trailer, dinner and bed. Start over the next day...
    Colorado Cowboy
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    "My Father always considered a walk in the mountains as the equivalent of church going."
    Aldous Huxley

 

 

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