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    not new but just rear riving

    Hey fellas, i have been away for 2 years i believe now, i moved back to michigan after being accepted to western michigan university!!! Missed reading stories and advice from everyone. Last year had some decent success as last day i was able to go out i decided to stick a 6 pointer. Pretty proud as it was my first buck bow kill. But I'm back and and ready to get to reading the stories!!!!
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    Well, welcome back, and best of luck on buck number 2 with the bow

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    Welcome back!!!
    I don't partake in assembly-line convenience. I don't say that killing things is bad while I hire people to kill things for me. ~ Ted Nugent

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    well took ANOTHER break from here and this time not good news. In March my fiance passed away from her epilepsy :( but now back in ohio hardwoods and figured reconnect with the hunting world. Probably wont make it in the woods this season but trying to recollect and get ready for next season.
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    I'm sorry to hear that brother. A lot of good guys on here. Stay strong

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    Sorry to hear. I hope you are holding up OK. Remember the good times.
    I don't partake in assembly-line convenience. I don't say that killing things is bad while I hire people to kill things for me. ~ Ted Nugent

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    that's a hard thing to get past, I sadly know it all too well
    I had a girlfriend pass away one X mas morning a few yrs back, Far from the X mas present anyone wants.
    But hang in there life goes on and in time things get better
    Hunting I found was a good way to see nature at its best and got to see a LOT of things while out in the woods that helped me move forward

    SO, sorry to hear and belated condolence to you
    hang in there

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    Thanks guys, it has been rough but with moving back down here my mind has been extremely busy. trying to transfer schools, just started new job, new town, etc. found thats the key thing is to keep mind busy but hopefully with a little luck i can make it out by end of season maybe get to head out for the campout, if you guys still do it that is.
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    been a while now since we had a camp out here LOST too many regular long time members
    heck its almost hard to just get ANY action at all most of the yr
    very slow in here anymore as to yrs back
    a shame if you ask me, but how it is??

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    I'd love for this site to get to the point where we can do stuff like camp outs and get to know each other on a personal level and be good friends.

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