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Offline riverboss

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Re: It's an elk, deer, goose, grouse and football kind of Fall.
« Reply #20 on: September 29, 2017, 11:10:21 AM »
Sounds like one hell of a day. I envy the country you get to see and hunt.

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Re: It's an elk, deer, goose, grouse and football kind of Fall.
« Reply #21 on: October 01, 2017, 09:55:35 PM »
A nap in the Alpines :doh2: :alscalls:
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Re: It's an elk, deer, goose, grouse and football kind of Fall.
« Reply #22 on: October 12, 2017, 01:37:07 PM »
Some overdue pics to go with my last installment.  First, a grouse road at dawn on the way up.

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The hill I hunted and where I saw the bear.   Red arrow points to the road pass in the ridge where I started hiking.  Blue arrow points to the little meadow behind the summit where I napped. (Important info!).  :laf: Yellow arrow is near where I sat and watched the saddle and swale/ravine to the right.  Green arrow is where the bear was eating berries. 

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My view of the saddle.  The bear was at the red dot.

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I showed pics of distant goats so will continue that tradition by showing part of this bear, at about 230 yards from me.  He never gave me a look at his whole body but his head had a big dome with small ears down on the side, good indicator of a large bear.

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Looking toward the southwest at Mt. Baker, WA. showing the northeast side, a view seldom seen.  Huckleberry leaves in the foreground.

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