Since: Jul 12

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#1 Sep 28, 2012
Being as Karl is probably heading out on his fall vacation, I believe that I will hit the woods north of his house and head on east. I tagged some nice plants up there earlier in the year.
Smart Girl

Bridgeport, IL

#2 Sep 28, 2012
I wondered whose tags those were! They all had at least four leaves so they were legal. Thanks! I don't think they issue out of state license anyway.Great blood and yellow root crop! There's three different game wardens that I have talked to in the north and east bottoms. The damned Thackers and Boughans keep turning each other in, so they are down there often. Deer season starts Monday!

Since: Jul 12

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#3 Sep 28, 2012
Like I would leave a tag where you could see. GPS, dumb@ss. BTW, I left a little something in your stand.
Pfft!! License schmicense. Only a crime if you get caught.
Watch what you say about the Thackers. They are my kin.
Smart Girl

Bridgeport, IL

#4 Sep 28, 2012
Sweet Thang and I picked up seven or eight gallons of persimmons out of Grover and Marilyn's back yard this AM! She's freezing pulp right now. The trees are still loaded! The old freezer is loaded with Berryville chowder,Zuchinni and persimmon pulp, Cherrys, deer..........yummy!

Since: Jul 12

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#5 Sep 28, 2012
Persimmons are at their sweetest when exposed to a mild frost. Enjoy your bland, chalky pulp and inferior Berryville Chowder. Anyone knows that Claremont Chowder is the best these days. The best old school chowder was the West Liberty recipe.
West Liberty Paperboy

Olney, IL

#6 Sep 28, 2012
SumanureStinks wrote:
Persimmons are at their sweetest when exposed to a mild frost. Enjoy your bland, chalky pulp and inferior Berryville Chowder. Anyone knows that Claremont Chowder is the best these days. The best old school chowder was the West Liberty recipe.
I'll 2nd that!

Operator, please connect me to the 1960's.
Smart Girl

Bridgeport, IL

#7 Sep 28, 2012
SumanureStinks wrote:
Like I would leave a tag where you could see. GPS, dumb@ss. BTW, I left a little something in your stand.
Pfft!! License schmicense. Only a crime if you get caught.
Watch what you say about the Thackers. They are my kin.
That speaks volumes,BW,you were hit with the Thacker club!!!!!!!!!!
Smart Girl

Bridgeport, IL

#8 Sep 28, 2012
SumanureStinks wrote:
Persimmons are at their sweetest when exposed to a mild frost. Enjoy your bland, chalky pulp and inferior Berryville Chowder. Anyone knows that Claremont Chowder is the best these days. The best old school chowder was the West Liberty recipe.
Right,and we had a mild frost which is what brought these down! I've shit more persimmons than you younguns will ever eat in both your lifetimes!

Claremont is the worst..........made with old grisly hamburger and veggies run through a blender.
I'm an old chowderhead from way back, and Berryville's the best cause Junior Slunaker puts gobs of sirloin tips in their chowder and it's so thick that you can't sink a cracker in it!
Smart Girl

Bridgeport, IL

#9 Sep 28, 2012
"BTW, I left a little something in your stand."

Hope you smiled..........you were on candid camera!

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