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    New hunting partner.

    Daughter turns a year old in two weeks. Grandma got her a pony. Seriously. A pony. First thing out of my mouth was. That thing'll pack a whole deer out. I think im on to something here. Her name is barbara. 2 year old. Straight from the circus. Click image for larger version. 

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    So funny. I think the same thing when I see a big dog!

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    That's the first time I've ever seen a horse in a living room.

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    "That's the first time I've ever seen a horse in a living room."

    That makes two of us! Apparently this thing will ride in the backseat of a pickup truck. Not my pickup!

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    Too funny!
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    DO IT! You come strolling out of the back country with your striped pony carrying a deer. You just look at the people staring, nod your head a little, like 'sup dudes. Acting all perfectly natural as if, well, you're not walking out of the back country with a striped pony named Barbara carrying a deer.

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    I probably could have done it straight faced. Now i will start giggling if/when it happens because of your post. Ill throw on my camp flip flops before I get back to the trail head. So when people start to stare they will be like "did that dude really have a mini horse and flip flops"?

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    You guys are hilarious!!

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    Too funny! Thanks for sharing

 

 

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