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    Quote Originally Posted by SportsmanNH View Post
    He looks really happy to see you coming !

    He does. Though the goats and cats were happier to see him going. One of the cats were on the porch and couldn’t get in the house fast enough to meet its own standards.
    Leave my rifle, my fishing pole, my traps, and leave me be.

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    Nice catch. I wonder how many deer he has feasted on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grandkid View Post
    Nice catch. I wonder how many deer he has feasted on.

    Roger-
    Your question peaked my interest to open up the coyotes stomach to see if what it last ate. I did not expect to find a stomach full of deer meat intermixed with deer hair. The area is absent of snow which is said to decrease the odds of taking deer.



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    Looks like he had plenty of fat also. He fared pretty well until he met you. Thanks again for taking an apex out of the herd.

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    The coyote trapping season closed this past Sunday. I pulled the traps and placed them in storage with excitement to set at the season opener this coming fall.

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    The warmer afternoons have me completing some task on the 6.2 diesel. The replacement piston has been installed and the replacement head torqued to spec. I ordered a new oil pan to replace the current corroded pan.

    My daughter participates by passing tools and cleaning parts. She’s learning a tremendous amount about mechanics and how to fix things.

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    Pretty impressive that you are doing this work yourself!
    Your daughter will have an insight into the workings of internal combustion engines unlike most!
    Good job teaching her!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mowbizz View Post
    Pretty impressive that you are doing this work yourself!
    Your daughter will have an insight into the workings of internal combustion engines unlike most!
    Good job teaching her!

    Thank you!

    This evening I was able to remove a damaged Ford F-350 6 speed transmission and replace it with a used unit. I’m doing my best to accomplish a large amount of work in the coming weeks before the summer heat arrives.

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    Turkeys routinely show up near my home about the second to third week of April. These two came walking up the driveway yesterday following a hen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by outdoorsman View Post
    Turkeys routinely show up near my home about the second to third week of April. These two came walking up the driveway yesterday following a hen.

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    Fatties!

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