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    Love your pics pete, keep em coming.

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    It is nice up there, but it sure wears me out getting there.

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    Just got back from scouting this am. Went up to 11,500' and saw lots of sign. Water everywhere as it looks like it has rained a lot. Soon as I get some oictures transfered I'll post them. Probably won't get back up there until a couple of days before M/L season opens. But things look pretty good. A lot depends on how many hunters are there too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Old Hunter View Post
    I took these the other day.









    Found an old cabin. Love to know the history of who lived there.

    Thanks for the beautiful pictures. I'm just a little bit jealous. I now live in Sterling, Colorado and if you love flat, (which I hate), this is the place. I spent most of my adult life in the northern front range where I could see the mountains everyday and I spent a lot of time stomping around in them. Sure do miss them. Thanks again.

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    Everything is much greener this year. Even down where I live at 8000ft the ranches are green. Normally they're burnt brown this time of year. I think it's why I hear as much bugling at 8000ft as I do at 12,000ft. Food it everywhere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Old Hunter View Post
    Everything is much greener this year. Even down where I live at 8000ft the ranches are green. Normally they're burnt brown this time of year. I think it's why I hear as much bugling at 8000ft as I do at 12,000ft. Food it everywhere.
    Which is so interesting since the plains look like they're about to combust and the res's are almost empty.
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    Thunderstorms roll through here almost everyday. Just rained about an hour ago. Now the sun is out. Mountain weather.

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    Hey Old Hunter, only 2 weeks from Saturday...............are you ready?
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    Ready as I can get. Was up to the hunting area this morning. Hunting partners are coming up from Bancarbo Co tomorrow, and we'll go up again to snoop around. Storm came in early today. It should be better weather tomorrow.

    How about you?

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