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Re: Turkey

Postby manc-munsters » Sat Jul 16, 2016 8:57 am

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SShooterZ wrote:"Oh you're a Welshman? Hang on, I have to get my bow.." :D :D :D



There was a rumour that copper wire was invented when two Yorkshiremen saw a dropped penny at the same time :crazy:


We have that same saying about the Amish.


That could explain Jonty's fascination for horses. I just sort of presumed it was more to do with a bedroom fetish :rotf:
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Re: Turkey

Postby bullseye-69 » Mon Jul 18, 2016 10:41 pm

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I'm sure we could hook you up!! :Gleam:


I'll hold you to that!!


Deal!!
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Re: Turkey

Postby bullseye-69 » Mon Jul 18, 2016 10:43 pm

Hogpatrol wrote:
manc-munsters wrote:
SShooterZ wrote:"Oh you're a Welshman? Hang on, I have to get my bow.." :D :D :D



There was a rumour that copper wire was invented when two Yorkshiremen saw a dropped penny at the same time :crazy:


We have that same saying about the Amish.


I thought that was two Jewish guys fighting over a penny.
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Re: Turkey

Postby Striker » Sun Aug 07, 2016 8:55 am

I am a little late on the post but congrat's on the turkey harvest with the bow.
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Re: Turkey

Postby Wet Spaniel » Tue Aug 09, 2016 4:15 am

I must admit that until visiting the US I would have thought turkey hunting was a little like shooting fish in a barrel as they are not native here and I have only ever seen them in farm yards waddling about. It was only when I saw them in the states in their natural environment that I understood how they could be a worthy prey species. Are wild turkeys good eating?

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Re: Turkey

Postby bullseye-69 » Wed Aug 10, 2016 1:58 pm

I like them.
probably depends what they get to eat.
Here in Indiana they get good stuff, corn etc. out west not so much.
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Re: Turkey

Postby SShooterZ » Mon Aug 22, 2016 11:39 am

Wild turkey is fantastic eating IMO. Buddy cooked one up a few years ago on his backyard grill and with a couple of frosty beverages, several of us laid waste to it. Very good eats!


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