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Author Topic: Bunny Bustin'  (Read 427 times)

Offline 4f

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Bunny Bustin'
« on: February 13, 2018, 06:04:10 PM »
I was just remembering how my buddy Mike and I would go out tramping around the edge of swamps or woods stomping on brush piles.
We would carry our 12ga. front stuffers loaded with #5 shot.
On a good cold day with barely any wind, a rabbit would bust out, I would pull up my single barrel and wham.
Slowly the smoke would clear, and there would be a tuft of rabbit fur slowly drifting over the snow.
And quite often we would build a small fire with flint and steel and roast a couple of the rabbits for lunch.
Ah yes, I sure do miss that. Those were some good times.... :camp: :thumbs:

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Re: Bunny Bustin'
« Reply #1 on: February 13, 2018, 06:39:29 PM »
They will live on with you as long as you have memory! 

Might be something to redo some day sooner then later and relive, not just re-member