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    Quote Originally Posted by Old Hunter View Post
    I don't give up so easy.

    Cya!
    Me too!

    I have a hard time believing that there are only 20 registered Republicans in any county! I hope the stastics you got are screwed up.
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    Hopefully my source misspoke, but in town it would seem to be the truth.

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    I grew up in Boulder and didn't turn out too bad.

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    I was born in Boulder and I am ashamed!
    A bad day in the woods is better than a good day at work.
    Shoot the best, Shoot PSE!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Colorado Cowboy View Post
    Me too!

    I have a hard time believing that there are only 20 registered Republicans in any county! I hope the stastics you got are screwed up.
    Gotta be Boulder County! I worked in Boulder for 16 years. Tough place for a conservative. But I do know that there are quite a few hunters that live in Boulder County and the Republic of Boulder too.

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    I guess I have calmed some, I did apply for a youth cow elk for the bear hunter grandson. Me and the new bride are going to stay a while in Co in may and for once I won't be doing much scouting. I already know where to look for elk for the grandson. Chances of him getting his tag are 74% so maybe the 24th of may we will be smiling again. No the new woman doesn't hunt but she is okay with me hunting.

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    I hope our rants about the Denver, Boulder metro area didn't get you tee'd off. Those of us who live in the really rural areas like to rant against the populous areas that control the state's politics. Their views (and votes) are generally opposite what we are.

    Welcome to Colorado.
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    I know that CC, most of that comes from people who were not native to the state of Co. I don't have much patience with them and quite I am not trying to improve on that. Sides, Old Hunter is still in the state, I figure if he can dodge them, I can too.

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    I am just trying to go back to school now that I am out of the Army. I don't really care if Boulder is not all that friendly to people like me havng guns and hunting. I will do me and they can just deal with it. Just trying to get some help with hunting.
    Fill the freezers then the walls.

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    I was born in Longmont... still have family in Berthoud and Loveland.. Its a shame what was once a conservative state went sour to the left... But my home state still has the best elk hunting...

 

 

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