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Just thought you guys and gals might want to see what it's like to have moose in your backyard. This young bull had four cows with him and is only about 36-40 inches. I couldn't resist the picture of my son with his first Silver salmon.

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A kids 1st ishing or hunting pics are better than anyother one you can take, he looks happy also.
Good thing those moose dont bash in the building to get inside to eat.....:)
 

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LOL Yes it was the rut and this young teenager was having the time of his life. Two weeks ago we had a 3 year old brown bear hanging around getting into trouble but after a couple of shots off his bow he left well enough alone. Tonight we had a spike bull and two cows but the youngster wasn't getting very lucky with the cows. My son is the biggest ham you ever saw when it comes to pictures. We are heading into our shortest days of the year and the sun isn't coming up until 9am and setting around 4pm. But I still wouldn't trade the warm weather for all this god given beauty. I will leave you with picture of a nice sunset.

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