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To not be a stranger from my good friends at Beagle World! Happy Holidays everyone from Lyle and myself. Now that things have slowed down around here and after a successful hunting season me and Lyle are going to start back on our walking regimen. Strictly forest so Lyle can sniff out the bunnies(although he seems more interested in coyotes and fox tracks than snowshoe hare.) :rolleyes: Go figure! My last Beagle was the same way! The camera will be along for our adventures. Ice fishing starts soon as well. /forums/images/%%GRAEMLIN_URL%%/laugh.gif Anyways I have alot of catching up to do and hopefully sharing some pics with you all of our little slice of heaven up here! :thumbup:
 

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Hi Bill, figured we'd hear from ya when hunting season slowed down. Looking forward to catching up on what's been happening. Lyle is looking well fed. The Bagel has more gray but still thinks he's a pup!
 

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Thanks Bob! 5 weeks that Lyle spent with his Grandparents didn't help Lyle's waist line! My dad is terrible with him, every other mouthfull from the table goes to the dog! :rolleyes: He won't eat toast now unless it is buttered! :hi:
 

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Welcome back, Bill! I was wondering just the other day about you and Lyle. He looks good--but please keep that nasty white stuff up by you!! /forums/images/%%GRAEMLIN_URL%%/laugh.gif And don't worry about Lyle's having chunked up a bit--once you start walking regularly with him he'll start slimming down, I bet.
 

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Bill! Glad to hear you guys are well. Tim is looking forward to seeing some pics from you. He had a semi-successful hunting season. He came home with a fine mule deer from Wyoming that is now gracing my living room wall. It's a pretty animal, but I'd rather see it in the wild than in my house. In September, we moved into our first house, no more apartment living for us. Both Molly and Maggie love it here. We have a family next door that spoils them and us rotten with treats and baked goods.

Rabbit hunting is upon us and Molly has been doing well. Yesterday, she almost went into a trap, which the results of that would not have been good. Tim said that trap was never there before and he plans on checking all the spots they hunt for them in the future. A nice man in the area saw them hunting and said they can hunt on his farm and he swears there are no traps there.

Sturgeon spearing is creeping up on us soon here. The only problem is, no ice to speak of. Maybe an inch or two in spots, but it's been so warm here. All the hunters are nervous.

You guys take care and I look forward to hearing about your adventures.
 

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"successful hunting season" thats sounds great!

My 16 yr old nephew got his first buck (or deer of any kind) via handgun this year...and on his first trip with new handgun too! We were all excited for him too.

Welcome back!
 

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Bill, Were elated that you recovered well enough to hunt this season! My Dad & I had our "best hunting season in our 26 yrs together", (despite the fact that I had to pass on a shot @ a bull elk that I had bugled-in, but the dang thing did'nt show itself until it was too dark to take a kill-shot @ 400 yards!) :rolleyes: Btw, my puter crashed & I lost your e-mail address, so please email me @ [email protected] so we can share hunting tales. On the top of my list...despite 4 yrs of training, Homer the huge will only "make the cut" as a guard-dog & not a hunting dog! :doh:
 
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