My little girl!

My little girl!

AFarCry
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Mar 29 2018, 01:27 AM #1

She is 30 years old and lives 2000 miles away yet she still comes home every November to spend a week in the stand with her old man! 2017 proved to be extra special when I got to set beside my daughter while she tipped over this buck with one well-placed 70 yard shot shot on my food plot. Absolutely the most exciting deer hunt ever for me!

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Hunt with your kids not for them

Don Christensen
disabilities coordinator for Babe Winkelman Productions
creator of disabled sports persons information at http://afarcry.info
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Mar 29 2018, 01:40 AM #2

For her birthday present, we mounted the antlers on a plaque beth 2.jpg beth 1.jpg
Hunt with your kids not for them

Don Christensen
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Mar 29 2018, 05:42 PM #3

Nice shooting and a nice mount. Way to go.
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Apr 11 2018, 12:38 AM #4

Those memories are what makes hunting special.  You are a blessed man to be able to look forward (and back) to her coming home to hunt.  [I am so worried that my granddaughter, who is my best hunting partner, will drift away for work or for a guy but I want the best for her.]
I lift up my eyes to the hills. . .He watches over your life. . .now and forever. Psalm 121

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Apr 14 2018, 06:38 PM #5

ridge wrote: Those memories are what makes hunting special.  You are a blessed man to be able to look forward (and back) to her coming home to hunt.  [I am so worried that my granddaughter, who is my best hunting partner, will drift away for work or for a guy but I want the best for her.]
Amen… All you can do is plant the seeds and hope they germinate with lots of love
Hunt with your kids not for them

Don Christensen
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creator of disabled sports persons information at http://afarcry.info
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Apr 18 2018, 07:42 AM #6

so true, Don
I lift up my eyes to the hills. . .He watches over your life. . .now and forever. Psalm 121

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