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Cunuckgaucho

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  1. Glad you're starting to feel better.
  2. RC-7 is called the Dash 7 up here. There is even a De Havilland named after your favorite animal De Havilland Beaver
  3. It's a Canadian designed plane( might be some bias on my part) In a lot of ways the prop version of the A-10 De Havilland Mosquito
  4. Well with covid I'll settle for a pants down hug... A-10 is my 2nd fav plane.
  5. Cunuckgaucho

    My last Elk

    I got a few worthy pic for Saturday's thread...
  6. Cunuckgaucho

    My last Elk

    She'll even ride with you into the backcountry...
  7. Cunuckgaucho

    My last Elk

    That sir is a cruel and uncalled for... I have it on good authority that's no veggie dog! A close up of the tattoo that is what you guys seem to be really interested in
  8. Cunuckgaucho

    My last Elk

    I wonder if wolf girl like elk hunting
  9. Are you a lefty? found a deal on a RH bolt action?
  10. Heman Whalen, 88, fondly remembers his time hunting with Johnny Cash in Newfoundland in October 1961. The story was never told for decades, but is now being shared thanks to never-before-seen photos. (Gavin Simms/CBC) Heman Whalen, left, and Johnny Cash hunting for moose near Millertown. This photo is dated Oct. 11, 1961. (Newfoundland Photos Courtesy Jonathan Holiff and Glen Chaytor) Heman Whalen jokes it took Johnny Cash ten-times longer to field dress a moose than it would for him to do it. (Newfoundland Photos Courtesy Jonathan Holiff and Glen Chaytor) Johnny Cash and his manager, Saul Holiff, in Badger. Photo dated October 1961. (Newfoundland photos Courtesy Jonathan Holiff and Glen Chaytor) Filmmaker Jonathan Holiff said his father, Saul Holiff, and Cash had just finished a 10-date tour in Ontario in May 1961 when they started talking about hunting. "Cash was an excellent hunter. My father hated the idea of hunting, but hoping to impress Cash, he suggested they travel to Newfoundland and hunt and do a small tour," Holiff told CBC Newfoundland Morning. It wasn't until years later that a stash of memories from the trip and the years Saul Holiff and Cash worked together were discovered. from- https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/newfoundland-labrador/johnny-cash-moose-hunting-newfoundland-1.5755497
  11. UPDATE scource- https://bc.ctvnews.ca/police-not-to-blame-in-shooting-death-of-surrey-teenager-watchdog-says-1.5149027 Highlights- A watchdog investigation has determined police were not involved in the recent shooting death of 17-year-old Jackson Diggle. But the watchdog concluded the teenager's death was "not the result of any actions or inaction by police." "Before the vehicle came to a stop, the young man fired two shots, both of which struck the front of the police SUV," the watchdog said in a news release. "Immediately after firing at the police vehicle, the video then shows that the youth turned the gun on himself." The most curious sentence It's unclear whether an actual robbery took place, but the IIO said it was Diggle who called and filed the police report.
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