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Old 02-03-2012, 02:46 AM   #11
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there are several correspondant courses like "Foley Belsaw" but I don't know how good it is
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Old 02-03-2012, 03:44 AM   #12
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Thats a long way from Trinidad. Walden is a nice area not far from the Free State of Wyoming. I have a friend in Red Feather, Colorado.
Do you follow the mixed martial arts any? I have a friend in Walden who does a little fighting, actually, I think he's paying the bills by fighting. How far away from there are you?
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Trip I am 350 miles about 7 hrs. west of Walden, Co. No I don't know about that kind of fighting. I worked with a fellow for years who ranched north of their. He sorta went to Hell, He moved to Texas. It is out in the country. The Medicine Bow Country of Wyoming is just north of their.
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Oh well, I was just looking for something we might know mutually.
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I understand. Moving from the low lands to the High Plains will be rough the first winter or so. But to get out of those eastern states will be worth it.
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Man I was just telling someone else how good we have it in mississippi! We are pretty free here, really the only thing I don't like is that a permit is required to CC. But it's easy to get one, about $140 every 4 years, no classes, and if you pass the check to buy a handgun, you'll pass the check for the permit. There are a few other things that piss me off, but the gun laws aren't one of them.
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Some folks are more comfortable in the more populated Eastern States. Thats OK if you are happy thats the place to live.
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Some folks are more comfortable in the more populated Eastern States. Thats OK if you are happy thats the place to live.
Ill move to wy in a heartbeat. Almost no gun laws, lots of different game to hunt, chris ledouxs grave in Kaycee, lots of wide open spaces, and did i mention home of chris ledoux?

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Chris ranched up near Kaycee, Wyoming. My son cowboyed on the Bar-C . The last time I saw Chris was at the Fireside Bar on CY Ave. in Casper. He was a nice fellow even if he was a Texas transplant.
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Chris ranched up near Kaycee, Wyoming. My son cowboyed on the Bar-C . The last time I saw Chris was at the Fireside Bar on CY Ave. in Casper. He was a nice fellow even if he was a Texas transplant.
Hes buried on the family ranch...or supposed to be. Casper is one of my favorite places. So is Rock springs

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