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Published by Hanrypowel on 19 Mar 2010

Greeting Messages

When u find a DREAM
inside ur HEART…
don’t ever let it go…
Coz dreams r the tiny seeds
frm which beautiful
2morrow
grows.
Hv a dreamful day!

Life is only traveled once
Today’s moment becomes tomorrow’s memory
Enjoy every moment, good or bad
Bcoz the gift of life is Life itself
Have a nice day

Whatever is warm & inspiring,
Whatever means most to u,
Whatever makes u smile & bring u joy
That’s what I wish for U!
Have a great Weekend

The more u count your blessings
The more blessings u will have, to count
I always do, and I count u as the nicest blessing
God Bless u each day
Have a nice day!

I’m not supposed to love you,
I’m not supposed to care,
I’m not supposed to live my life wishing you were there.
I’m not supposed to wonder where you are
or what you do…
I’m sorry I can’t help myself,
I’m in love with you.


Greeting Messages –  Sardar Sms

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Published by Emanprinting on 18 Mar 2010

Add on features for folder printing

Do you know that you can include several attractive features in folder printing? These special additions can be particularly helpful in presentation folder printing where different structures and design features are required to impress the potential audience. Whereas they may raise the price of folder printing, the upgrading of the functionality and physical aesthetics of the custom folder is well worth the price. Therefore if you are paying attention in adding some high-quality features in your own custom folders, here are four of the most excellent and common ones you can use.
Moisture resistant coatings:
This is important to have custom folders having moisture resistant and dirt resistant chemical coatings. These particular coatings avoid the core of your custom folder from degradation caused by moisture and dust. This in itself rises the lifetime of the folder making it last longer and be of use longer as well. In addition, these types of coatings also add a glossy effect to most folder printings and by using it you would see your custom folders shine and sparkle when the light touches it.
Pockets and slits:
Another almost compulsory aspect that you should include in your folders is pockets and slits as they are the most excellent and simplest ways to secure content inside the folder. Lacking them, simply the closing action of the folder is the only force that keeps the content inside it. These pockets are extremely flexible and you can have your folder printer set it up perpendicularly, flat or even obliquely at different depths. Having these features placed just add a small amount of price to your folder printing, so it is typically well worth the investment.
Embedded special inks and substances:
At this moment, if you would like to really impress people with your custom folder, one of the most excellent features at you can place in them are special inks and substances. This can vary from folder printer to folder printer, however typically this involves using special metallic inks and substances that shine and shimmer in the light. These embedded ink materials can be incorporated with your main layout adding a little style and shine to an otherwise ordinary looking folder.
Hardened edges:
To end with, if you would like to make your folders tougher, a great add on are hardened edges. These are mainly small metal or plastic trimmings on the edges of folders. This increases the robustness of your folders because the edges are where most of the original wear and tear kind of damages occurs. In case you plan on using your custom folders for a long time, you may want to avail of this feature.
Therefore those are just four of the many other big features that you can join to your custom folders. Strive these out and see for yourself. It would make your folders stronger while making them look cool as well.

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Published by Hanrypowel on 18 Mar 2010

Missing You Sms

When daylight turns 2 a darkened hue,
The lovely stars hinting at you,
your heart beat tells you something true,
That some 1 badly missing you

9 lessons in life
learn to  care
learn to smile
learn to cry
learn to give
learn to forgive
learn to share
learn to trust
learn to love
and learn to say
you miss me

Sometimes, I 4get 2 say hi.
Sumetimes, I even miss 2 reply.
Sumetimes, my msg doesn’t reach u.
I’m just giving u time 2 miss me

I MISS YOU in every beats of heart
In every blink of my eyes
In every second of Time and
In every moment of the Day

In The Flower My Rose Is You,
In The Diamond My Kohinoor Is You,
In The Sky My Moon Is You,
I’m Only Body My Heart Is You,
That’s Why I Always MISS YOU!

Missing You Sms

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Published by admin on 16 Mar 2010

The quest for King Crab Claw

The quest for King Crab Claw

By Bob Lott / Intrepid Outdoors
It was the 2006 Deer season in the state of Wyoming, and my first trip out to the Solitude ranch. My intentions were not of hunting the ranch, but to film ranch owner Mike Schmid on a deer hunt. I had met Mike earlier in the year, after he’d decided to sponsor a youth program that I later became Secretary to. My first impression of the guy was, that he was down to earth, and open to ideas and opinions, which in my mind, was one of many reasons he’d become so very successful in the business world. This ability to be open-minded would also be the sole reason for his success on the hunt I’m about to tell you about.

After arriving at the ranch, I unloaded my gear, picked out a bunkhouse, and headed for the cook shack for some lunch. It didn’t take long before Mike and I were going over trail cam photos of some of the biggest Whitetails that roamed his ranch. This later became our, every morning while drinking coffee before the hunt, ritual. He really wanted to harvest one of two deer, King Crab-Claw, or Split G2, which were both at the top of the “Ten Most Wanted” list. The list, which was largely made up of deer that were thought to be mature and in their prime, was created by Mike and some other good friends.

One of the first things I noticed about hunting with Mike, was his ability to listen to different game plans, sort through it, add his experience of hunting the ranch, and come up somewhere in between. After going over all of his information on the two deer, we came up with a plan to hunt “Muddy Pond” the next morning.

After lunch, we headed down to “Muddy Pond” to add a treestand to an existing standsite. With one stand already set high up in a big Ponderosa Pine tree, all we needed was one more for a good camera angle. Once the stand was set, the game was officially on; we had made our first move in a chess match that would last just four short days.

The one advantage we had going into the game was that both G2, and Crab-Claw were both being captured on Trail Cams in the same vicinity. Mike already said he’d be happy with either deer, so it bettered our odds knowing that there were two target deer in the area we’d be hunting.

We set out early the next morning to climb into our little makeshift video studio, and immediately started seeing deer at the break of daylight. This was my first time hunting in Wyoming, and wasn’t quite ready for the amount of deer seen on our first hunt. The deer just kept coming; some drank at the pond others just passed through. By 10 AM we had seen at least 10 different bucks, 15 does and a pile of Merriam Turkeys.

We were just about to get down when Mike nudged me, and pointed towards the brush, slowly turning the camera on, I watched with excitement when a Coyote walked out of the brush and down to the pond to get a drink. I immediately started to film in hopes Mike would take advantage of getting rid of one of the many deer killers that roam his ranch.

As I filmed the totally unaware Coyote drinking from the nasty looking water hole, I saw Mike out of the corner of my eye give me the nod as if to ask “are you on him”, I immediately gave him the same nod back, which in cameraman language means, “yes I am, take him”! In a slow, smooth motion, he drew his 70 lb Martin bow straight back, settled his pin and drilled that Coyote right in the heart. As quick as he came in, it was over even quicker, the dog didn’t last five seconds. Mike turned toward me with a big smile, gave me a high-five, then went on to tell the camera how, “if you’re going to manage your deer herd, you need to also manage your predators”.

That evening we decided to hunt a series of major trails that connected two Food Plots together along a ridge top. Again, during the middle of the day, we had set two stands in what seemed to be a perfect place to intercept one of the big boys we were after. The information gathered on this hunt would prove very valuable later on down the road. As we settled in for the evening, we had plenty of action, seeing deer the entire time we were there. We had already started to plan the next mornings hunt, when Mike looked up on the ridge about 120 yards away, and spotted Crab-Claw easing down the ridge toward the Food Plot. Mike quickly grabbed his Binoculars and was able to see that Crab-Claw was on the opposite side of an old fence that also followed the ridge down from the higher ground. This info turned out to be crucial to killing the deer later on in the hunt. After seeing the deer, we knew it was just a matter of smart planning, before getting a crack at him.

The next morning found us in a totally different section of the ranch. We decided the night before, that we’d leave the area with the two target deer alone, because we really wasn’t sure what either buck was doing in the morning. Rather than risk bumping the deer out of the area, we decided to get a better idea of the caliber of deer that were using another big Food Plot, planted with Oats, and Alfalfa. Running a little late, we didn’t get to a good stand location until well after daylight. As Mike watched for deer, I climbed up and set two stands for us to hunt from. After settling in, we immediately had deer all around us, in fact, on that morning it’s safe to say we had about 100 deer around us. Although we saw some real nice bucks, none of them had the headgear that Mike was looking for. It was then decided to take a doe if a good dry one gave him the opportunity. It wasn’t long before a doe was headed for our tree, and Mike was checking her pretty hard to see if she was dry, after determining she was, once again the hunt was on. As she closed the distance to ten yards, Mike drew his Martin bow and made a perfect shot through both lungs, she ran about 40 yards and fell over. Although Mike’s shot hit it’s mark, I, on the other hand, missed mine. I didn’t get the impact of the arrow with the camera, this would later come back to haunt me. Once again we high-fived, loaded her up in the Gator, and headed back to the ranch.

That evening we were considering hunting the ridge that Crab-Claw had walked down, but Mike was a little hesitant not knowing for sure which side of the ridge he had come from. If we hunted the opposite side of the ridge that we hunted the night before, and stayed down off of the ridge about 100 yards, this could possibly give us the information we needed to confirm that the buck was using the actual ridge to walk down? We knew from the night before when Mike glassed him, that he had walked down the ridge-fence opposite of our location, but did he come from the top or did he come from the other side? We decided to play it safe, and set up in a good location that would give us the answers to our questions.

After climbing into the stands we had just set, I looked up and caught a glimpse of a deer; I quickly pulled up my binoculars, and saw it was good ten point that would surely make Pope and Young. I also noticed he was coming from the high point that we believed was the bedding area, and was walking right down the ridge top like we hoped. It was at that point that we knew we had our final piece of the puzzle. We set there the rest of the evening watching 100’s of deer all over the ranch. Our location provided us with the perfect vantage point to see a big part of the ranch, so we were able to watch Whitetail deer, Merriam turkeys, and Antelope literally in every direction. Although we didn’t actually see Crab Claw, we felt confident that we had now covered all the possible Scenarios to this deer’s feeding pattern.

The next morning found us on the “Muddy Pond”. We were playing it safe, and didn’t want to ruin a chance at Crab-Claw by guessing what trail he might use to head for his bedding area. Again, it was a very game filled morning hunt, seeing as many Turkeys as deer, but didn’t see the buck we were after. We headed back to the ranch, where we later decided our only option was to set up on the ridge for that evenings hunt. It turned out to be the right decision.

With tree-stands on our backs, we headed up to the ridge that we just knew the buck was going to walk down later that evening. As I set our stands, Mike acted as ground man, and tied all of our gear onto the bow-rope for me to pull up. As we both settled in, I noticed a beat down trail that was leading right to our tree. I turned to Mike,and wispered, he’s going to come right down that trail isn’t he? Mike responded, I hope so! After deciding on a good spot for Mike to take the shot for video purposes, we both sat with anticipation. I don’t think we were there more than an hour when I noticed tines coming over the hill, I quickly turned to Mike and said he’s coming…and he’s on that trial! I immediately turned the camera on and began filming Crab-Claw as he walked right down the trail like he was tied to a string; at the same time Mike was busy positioning himself for the shot. As the deer closed the distance, stopping only once to check his route. I quickly found myself in a bind, Mike was already drawn, and I had no clear view of the buck. I scrambled to try to get him in frame, even bumping Mike a couple of times in the back with the camera in the process, but before I could, Mike took the shot and drilled the deer. As the buck ran off, I was able to get back on him to get him heading over the hill, but was pretty upset with myself for not getting the impact. Mike was also upset at himself, for not waiting for the right moment, but we quickly got over it, and began celebrating the great event that just took place. We sat there in the tree just long enough to gain enough composure to climb down. Once on the ground we did a quick follow up of the shot, finding the arrow in the process. Judging from the arrow, we decided that the shot could’ve been a little far back, so we quickly remembered my brother Bill’s words of wisdom in just this type of situation; “If he’s dead now, he’ll be dead tomorrow”. With that in mind, we decided to wait until the next morning to go after Mike’s trophy.

The next morning we headed back up the ridge, where after a brief search, found us quickly celebrating over the deer that was otherwise known as “King Crab-Claw”. After doing some closers for the video, and pictures for the scrapbook, we loaded him up and headed back to the ranch. The feeling of harvesting one of the “Ten Most Wanted” was pretty overwhelming for both of us. Before the hunt began, we were just two guys that never hunted together, but knew, that with enough respect for each other’s experience and ideas, we could get it done. In just four short days, I filmed Mike take a Coyote, a Whitetail doe, and the second best archery buck of his life. What a hunt!!!

The Solitude Ranch is by far the finest place I’ve had the pleasure of visiting. I highly recommend it to all hunters, big and small. Book your hunt before it’s too late.

 

 
Bob Lott
 

 
 
 
 
 

Bob Lott / Producer

Intrepid Outdoors on Pursuit TV

Office 740/887/5024

Cell 614/348/6028

3133 Sugar Run Rd

Chillicothe, Ohio 45601

www.intrepidoutdoors.com

www.huntsro.com

“The Long & Short of Big Game Hunting”

“Get a Child in the Wild”

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Published by arrowshooter67 on 14 Mar 2010

Bowtech Consistution

I have a 05 Consistution and wanted to know if the newer cams from an 07 or 08 would work on it.  Have to put a new string on it and would like to upgrade if possible.  Thanks

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Published by Hanrypowel on 13 Mar 2010

Get Well Soon Jokes

Let’s Go, Get Up, Stop Faking It;
Get Your Sorry Behind Off That Bed.
Try Positive Thinking To Get Back To Work.
Your Illness Is All In Your Head!
At Least That’s What We Hope.
Looking Forward To Your Return.
Get Well Soon

Take Good Care Of Yourself,
Friend. We Hope To See You Up And
Running And Back At Kommies Again.
The Place Just Isn’t The Same
Without You

very well know the reason,
why u r taking too long to recover,
u r realy being nurse-d there.
joke a part, but still,
wishing u speedy recovery

I hope you’re feeling better,
I miss you every day.
I’m always thinking of you,
So this is what I say,
Get Well Soon!

Why you chose this particular time to get sick
Seems to us an insensitive choice
So don’t be so selfish; don’t be a sloth
Come back so we all can rejoice
We Miss You

Get Well Soon Jokes

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Published by Hershy on 12 Mar 2010

New to hunting

I’m 40 yrs old and never hunted aday in my life nor have I ever had a disire to , I’ve hiked and camped most of my life and am pretty good at it. However about 6 mnths ago my daughter and I took up archery, she likes it and I love it and its a place were we both can connect. Since we have taken up this great sport, I can’t stop thinkin about hunting it’s on my mind 24-7, so I went out and got my lisence,WMA permits and archery permit, and on the last weekend of small game season I went out on my first HUNTING TRIP. It was more like a hikin trip with bow and arrows, because I think all the animals in that 49000 acre wood took up a collection and went on a cruise, cause the only animals I saw that day were 9 turkeys(10 including myself) and 6 deer which by chance were the only 2 animals i couldn’t shoot. So I guess my only question is how do you TRACK, STALK, SHOOT, GUT and process a wild hog and or turkey.    Thanks for listening

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Published by Hanrypowel on 12 Mar 2010

Marathi Sms

Jevha tula aagdi ekta vaatel
Najre samor dhuka vaatel
Aaspaas konich disnar naahi
Saagle jaag andhuk houn jail
Tevha tu majhya kade ye
Me tula
Dolyanchya doctor kade gheun jain

lal pivli kombadi tiche tiche karde…
lal pivli kombadi
tiche tiche karde karde pai
barech divas jale tumcha sms yet nay
tumhala bird flue zale ki kay ?

When i call you..
1. Ringing means i m thinking u.
2. Ringing means i like u.
3. Ringing means i miss u.
4. Ringing means i need u.
5. Ringing means behray phone uchal

Sakali hastes
Dupari hastes
Sandhyakali hastes
Ratri hastes
Gharat hastes
Rastyat hastes
Yetana baghun hastes
Jatana baghun hastes
Tila kay vaatte
Tu ektich dat ghastes

Jevha tula aagdi ekta vaatel
Najre samor dhuka vaatel
Aaspaas konich disnar naahi
Saagle jaag andhuk houn jail
Tevha tu majhya kade ye
Me tula
Dolyanchya doctor kade gheun jain

Marathi Sms

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Published by admin on 09 Mar 2010

Bow & Arrow Razzle Dazzle

Bow & Arrow Razzle Dazzle at the

Wisconsin Deer Classic & Outdoor Expo

On February 26-28, 2010 I made a return trip to the Wisconsin Deer Classic and Hunting Expo at Shopko Hall in Greenbay, Wisconsin. The show is located across the street from the famous Greenbay Packer’s Lambeau Field. The show features quality displays of hunting gear, guides and outfitters. The display of trophy whitetail deer is impressive and the state of Wisconsin just may be a best kept secret for good whitetail. You hear a lot about Illinois, Iowa and Texas but Wisconsin is producing some quality bucks too.

This was a fun show and my friends Bill & Sandy Weisner were there which always means we’ll joke around and share some good dinners. Their “Bear Sense” business seems to be doing really well and Bill’s Bear Hunting seminars are popular up in the Northern states. He has been a respected speaker on bear hunting for many, many years.

Dan Laubenstein has been doing this show for 27 years and it is a Wisconsin tradition. They had several special whitetail on display, including the debut of the new Wisconsin state record bow kill and some additional trophy bucks. These big monster bucks got a lot of attention from attendees.

Dan’s son Jim tossed targets for me and he did a fine job. We also had a great burger a local eatery near Lambeau field, called Krolls West. I also took time to visit the Greenbay Packer’s pro shop in Lambeau Field and have lunch at Curly’s, a place named in honor of Curly Lambeau, one of the founders of the historic Greenbay Packers football team. They have a beautiful Vince Lombardi statue there in front of the stadium. I imagine this place goes crazy on game day, everywhere you go you see Packers logos.

The Wisconsin Deer Classic and Outdoor Expo is a great event, whether you are an attendee, exhibitor, or speaker. Dan & family treat you well and the show is full of good people who are there to share their love of hunting. I joked with Jim that Lambeau Field had put a curse on me since my bow string messed up in 2005 and my rest broke in 2010. We still managed to do good performances and had good crowds at my shows. I hope to see all of my Greenbay area friends again in a year or two.

Well folks, that’s the latest. Until next time, Adios & God Bless.

Shoot Straight,
Frank Addington, Jr.

((PHOTO is Jim Laubenstein and I))

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Published by bluequ2xl on 08 Mar 2010

nfaa shoot at mid-state archers

had a great time at the mids in flatwoods wv mid-state archers put on a good shoot great buch of people hats off to vigel,beckyand kirk great job

 

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