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And I thought at first glance in the "I had to picture" you were dragging one behind your rig...
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i do plenty of stupid things.. but poaching sure as hell isn't one of them!

i know people that have done it and i know the consequences. they take EVERYTHING you have with you. someone had a helicopter taken a few years ago, all your guns, your truck, money etc...
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Dude wtf is up with your steering wheel!?
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Those are not elk! Those are moose! The ears are a dead give away, as are the hind quarters.

You must have been damn high to be seeing snow still. We have snow on top of our mountains here, but they are also at about 6500 feet.

Truck looks good. Door-less is the way to go wheeling for sure!
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Those are moose for sure! I've spent time up close and personal with many elk. A few of them are on my wall. As stated before elk are like deer but usually a darker color and much larger. Moose have long lanky legs and it's obvious those are moose!
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Those are not elk! Those are moose! The ears are a dead give away, as are the hind quarters.

You must have been damn high to be seeing snow still. We have snow on top of our mountains here, but they are also at about 6500 feet.

Truck looks good. Door-less is the way to go wheeling for sure!

well laramie is 7200 ft.
where we were was easily 8500ft.
there's drifts that are still over 10' deep lol



and sorry guys, i would have recognized moose with the huge racks! haha

moose they are
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yeah the males of both species are a dead giveaway. but the ears and legs just look too much like moose
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This might help matt for the bunker you found

http://64.233.169.104/search?q=cache...ient=firefox-a
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Very nice!
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Looks like a lot of fun! Personally I like doors.
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nice pics
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everyone and not liking the doorless look...

how about if i have a cage in like 4 months? lol

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those are definetly moose, nothing like an elk. they're way taller than an elk.
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Looks good, you guys musta been Pretty High to park your trucks that close to a pallet fire.
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nope no drugs. just liquid encouragment

and i was sober when i parked lol
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looks like good times..and those are moose..not elk..ive hunted for elk
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awesome pics ... i passed thru wy last week on the way to wisconsin from california, camped by vedavoo rock
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awesome pics ... i passed thru wy last week on the way to wisconsin from california, camped by vedavoo rock
i was up there sunday climbing.. not anything extreme just playing around..


there are tons of dirt roads back behind there.. i'll miss that part of Wyoming, thats all lol





and everyone, enough with saying they're not elk, i made a mistake and 3/4 of the people on here had already corrected me lol
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