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Author Topic: Moose crossing  (Read 143 times)

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Offline GrandpaTom

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How is this for a moose crossing???
OVERPASS
Smart moose make use of an overpass designed for kids as a way for them to get to school.
« Last Edit: July 07/19/21, 11:20:28 AM by GrandpaTom »

Offline mike89

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really??  where??   
a bad day of fishing is still better than a good day at work!!

Offline GrandpaTom

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Offline snow1

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Ah yes Eagle River Alaska,great memories from years ago working in the oil fields on the slope,couple of us rented a cabin right on the eagle river (when we were'nt in oil camp)

 on the edge of this small town class 5 rapids that ate our lunch canoeing on day's we felt froggy pounding old swell brews,always had moose walking the river,never had this foot bridge either but times have changed I see,at the time eagle river was 13 miles from anchorage now it's a suburb....urban sprawl...

thanx for posting this G.T..fun times back in the day.As much as Alaska is a sportsman's dream to par-take in it's beauty and opprotunity for adventure,one thing I truely missed was a good ole walleye shore lunch,salmon,trout halibut gets old,nothing like pan fried walleye and tatar's.
« Last Edit: July 07/21/21, 09:30:22 AM by snow1 »

 

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