Do you have Social anxiety disorder

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  1. rcb216

    rcb216 12 pointer

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    2E1744AA-DAC0-433A-81BD-A35570CCD3BD.jpeg Me and the wife at Niagara just before Christmas last year.
     
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  2. 00noturkey

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    find out what png is. maybe tomorrow i can explain it, though CCR say's tomorrow never comes. if you can change jpg to png, or something like that, png takes less space. pictures still look the same.
     
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  3. 00noturkey

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    fairly sure i still got the make-up face-kit, last a long time, i didnt start hunting deer till i was 43, going on 65 now.
     
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  4. 00noturkey

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    i didnt know that in 85-87. do ya know that thoroughbreds like spanish-moss? when they ran good i would give em a treat, spanish-moss. horses loved it. i tasted it, it didnt kill me, so, i didnt think it would kill the horses. i didnt run into chiggers where i was at, not saying they aint there. besides, the moss i gave to the horses was still hanging from the tree's. i were in ocala, florida. 85-87 was a while back.
     
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  5. HuntressOfLight

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    I did not know thoroughbreds like Spanish moss. Those we had were not located in Florida, but in Tennessee, instead. I know it grows wild in South Georgia, such as in beautiful Savannah, as well as many other places within the Deep South. I have read about people cultivating it in West Kentucky, but they must surely be doing so indoors. Yes, it is commonly loaded with chiggers. Regardless, it is beautiful when cascading old hardwoods, especially the majestic live oak trees, and slowly dancing with the warm breezes.

    https://www.ehow.com/info_8475199_spanish-moss-growing-zone.html

    Fairly nice example, tap the photo to enlarge it and almost feel as if you are standing within all:

    https://www.etsy.com/listing/267028...wicRMicob8TmsKBfx5MIj3cUiHv6qURAaAgrNEALw_wcB

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  6. beauhunter41031

    beauhunter41031 12 pointer

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    Stop clogging up this thread. No one gives a rats ass about Spanish moss go back and play with the water fowl people, Or better yet go get a life and stop living it on a Kentucky hunting site. You seem to have an abundance of free time on your hands
     
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  7. Winchester94

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    We are still waiting for a picture of you. It is always said. If no picture, it didn't happen.
     
  8. HuntressOfLight

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    You have been proven to be incorrect, being that another user made an interesting post about Spanish moss, as well. Did he upset you with the make-up kit post, in which he directed soley at you, and you ignored?:D

    As to frequently being on the website, other users do so as well, but one of my reasons for such is being under the weather for so very long. I shall recuperate best waiting until it substantially warms up in Kentucky, before I venture back outside, for it all.

    I exercise my right as a photographer to refrain from posting any photographs. That stated, you will probably be waiting forever for photographs from some other users; that is their right, as well.
     
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  9. Recurve77

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    Took this pic on a very special day for me. Started deer hunting on my granddad’s Ohio county farm in 1972. The day I took this pic in 2018, I had decided to do my 1st turkey and morel hunts on that same farm that is now owned by my cousin. Didn’t hear a bird and no morels but did catch a few bass. Set up on a power line right of way waiting on a bird to show. Sat there balling like a baby reminiscing about those deer hunts 45 years ago and just how blessed I felt that day. Thank you Lord!
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  10. Carl

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    Thanks for the advice, 00
     
  11. Carl

    Carl 12 pointer

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    What a nice photo. Thanks for sharing.
     
  12. Carl

    Carl 12 pointer

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    Good pic, thanks for sharing. By the way, I have lived in Ohio County for over 60 years.
     
  13. Carl

    Carl 12 pointer

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    Now that is a nice buck. Thanks for posting. My wife just seen it and ask me "who shot it.":eek::eek:
     
  14. Carl

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    Pretty girl, you lucky ole dog.:D:D:D
     

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