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Old 11-17-2010, 10:12 PM   #971
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A sort of panoramic view left to right of my favourite hunting spot: the creek just down the front of the house (you'll have to imagine it pieced together lol, I'm not smart enough to do that!).

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I can sit in front of that fence post for ten minutes of an afternoon and whistle a fox about once a week when I'm home. It's been raining for the past couple of days so I'll go for walk along the creek with the shotty later if it clears up and hopefully get one or two that have been denned up during the rain.

Here's how far it is from the house.
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Great looking place, Aus! It would kill me to have that and not be able to set up a nice range on it. Haha.

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Thanks M14s! I usually just set up a shooting mat and hang a target off the trees down there lol, rudimentary, but it works enough to get the rifles sighted in.. For the .25-06 we head to a mate's place who's got a bit more space.
Here's a closer view of the spots where the redcoats usually come from. They follow the crick looking for mice and frogs and are attracted especially to our place due to the lambs usually running about

These pics are at the far left and far right of the property (only 60 acres here on this property, although we own two more).
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Great looking spread! Simply beautiful country you have there.

Time to kick out the anti gunners in your Gov't so we can start to use all that land the way it was meant to be used....

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That's a beautiful home and property. Whats a "redcoat" though?

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Time to kick out the anti gunners in your Gov't so we can start to use all that land the way it was meant to be used....
That's exactly what needs to be done. And don't you worry, we're certainly trying.. Oh well, it's stopped raining so I'm off to put some gumboots on, grab the scattergun and go for a walk. Insert :BIG 'EFFIN SMILEY FACE: here!!
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Sorry, a fox lol.. 'Crick' also = creek
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Benny, you better pop that nasty rat before it finds your trash.

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Spitty that car is just I don't even have words for it just effing beautiful!!!!! Court I told you I love the pictures you put up and this one is just as good!!!!
Want a ride? I've got another on the way. 67 Mustang Fastback which will get a 445 stroker....the motor should see the dyno on Monday. I will post the results.
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