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Rob D.'s Comment
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nice.

Okay.

For the successful hunters, my biggest whitetail and mule deer.

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Marc Lee's Comment
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Big deer, cold weather, and beautiful country up there in Wisconsin.

Not to mention cheap housing! Found my campsite. Almost dark so not a great shot but long, nearly level pad for bus on right and "site" (for grill, table, etc.) on left. Price went up $50 but $1,725 (plus actual 50-amp electric use) is for "season" which is May 1st - April 30th! That works out to $143.75 per month! Reserving it for $300!

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Rob T.'s Comment
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Stopped at my usual spot when I go east, the brooklyn ia kwik star I80 exit 201.

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40 Days's Comment
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0205878001574015193.jpg Sunrise over the bayou. Near Baton rouge

PackRat's Comment
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That's a great photo, 40 Days.

40 Days's Comment
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Thanks PackRat literally taken from I10 bridge saw hungry gator down there too.

PackRat's Comment
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I know that sight and was seeing it (through your photo) just like you did that morning. I've been over that causeway several times.

Marc Lee's Comment
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Lake Superior near Escanaba, MI

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Rolling Rolling Rolling...

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Bird-one's Comment
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Great shots Mark. Now ease up that death grip on the wheel!! Haha, glad everything is finally coming together for you.

Lake Superior near Escanaba, MI

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Rolling Rolling Rolling...

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Marc Lee's Comment
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Great shots Mark. Now ease up that death grip on the wheel!! Haha, glad everything is finally coming together for you.

Yeah. Looks like I was trying to crush the steering wheel there! undefined

So 74,500 lbs. (my heaviest load to date) still doesn't explain it I guess. Dunno!

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