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Old 07-02-2012, 01:15 AM   #4781
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Took this at work Friday before I left. Prescribe falcon sitting on the ledge
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Took this at work Friday before I left. Prescribe falcon sitting on the ledge
Peregrine... Dang auto correct
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Dont you mean peregrin falcon?
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I just dug it out today and wiped it down
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I just dug it out today and wiped it down
Whats it all say?
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Here you go
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Good way to start my staycation
That's by far THE BEST Sam Adams
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This is for all of you who enjoy fishing.
This was sent to my husband and I from a friend in Alaska who has passed away.
This is a Sheefish lure. It was carved by Tim Henry from the village of Kiana, which is along the Kobuk River. It's made from ivory and the dots and leader are of whale baleen. This style of lure was used by the Kuuvangmiit (Kobuk River People) for centuries.
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This is for all of you who enjoy fishing.
This was sent to my husband and I from a friend in Alaska who has passed away.
This is a Sheefish lure. It was carved by Tim Henry from the village of Kiana, which is along the Kobuk River. It's made from ivory and the dots and leader are of whale baleen. This style of lure was used by the Kuuvangmiit (Kobuk River People) for centuries.
Have to admit, that is really cool!!! Thanks for sharing? What's the scale (size)? What's it used for?
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