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    Hi everybody,
    I am brand new to this forum. Just retired after 36 year as a Ironworker. Now I plan on catching up on all the hunting trips I have missed over the years due to work I have pp in Wyoming and Colorado that I want to use in the next couple years. I am mostly a bow hunter but also love black powder and rifle . This year im headed for NM for archery Elk, MD and Black bear. I plan on staying the entire archery season. Im from Wisconsin and would sure enjoy hearing from some of you Western Hunters!

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    Hey schl44, thanks for taking time to tell us about yourself. I think you will really enjoy the forum. Welcome!
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    Congrats on the retirement! Only about 25 more years for me...

    Enjoy spending the entire season in NM, that would be awesome!
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    Quote Originally Posted by schl44 View Post
    Hi everybody,
    I am brand new to this forum. Just retired after 36 year as a Ironworker. Now I plan on catching up on all the hunting trips I have missed over the years due to work I have pp in Wyoming and Colorado that I want to use in the next couple years. I am mostly a bow hunter but also love black powder and rifle . This year im headed for NM for archery Elk, MD and Black bear. I plan on staying the entire archery season. Im from Wisconsin and would sure enjoy hearing from some of you Western Hunters!
    Retirement is good........been retired for almost 14 years now. Enjoy it!
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    Welcome schl44. Congratulations on your retirement. Now go have some well deserved fun!

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    Welcome 44!

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    Welcome. Iron worker is some heavy duty work. Congrats on retiring. Make sure you post photos of your adventures.
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    Have fun in NM! Congrats on the retirement, welcome.

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    Welcome and congrats on your retirement, I have about 16 months to go and I'm out.........can't wait!!!!!

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    Welcome, what a great way to start retirement. That sounds like a good month!

 

 

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