A Very Blessed Day in the Blind

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A Very Blessed Day in the Blind

Post by TheBig1 » Sat Oct 03, 2015 11:10 pm

I do believe that today was one of the most blessed days of hunting that I've ever had. We didn't see anything, not even a squirrel. But having my 6 year old daughter in the blind with me was one of the greatest times. She loved it and can't wait to go again. Now, she just needs proper hunting boots, because her feet got wet.

God's wonderland is truly beautiful, especially when you spend it with one of your two best friends.

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Re: A Very Blessed Day in the Blind

Post by georgiaboy » Sat Oct 03, 2015 11:18 pm

That's what i call making memories!! :D :D
Congrats on such a wonderful hunt!!! :wink:
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Re: A Very Blessed Day in the Blind

Post by wabi » Sat Oct 03, 2015 11:23 pm

Nothing better than having the little ones along.
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Re: A Very Blessed Day in the Blind

Post by amythntr » Sat Oct 03, 2015 11:28 pm

TheBig1 wrote:I do believe that today was one of the most blessed days of hunting that I've ever had. We didn't see anything, not even a squirrel. But having my 6 year old daughter in the blind with me was one of the greatest times. She loved it and can't wait to go again. Now, she just needs proper hunting boots, because her feet got wet.

God's wonderland is truly beautiful, especially when you spend it with one of your two best friends.

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....you have been Blessed indeed! Look at the beaming eye's of your little angel...and all camo'd up just like dad!...a precious memory....I can just see this image popping up one day, as they play the memories that she and dad shared.... on her wedding day (not trying to rush it...sorry! :shock: )...

.....it does not get better than that!

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Re: A Very Blessed Day in the Blind

Post by TheBig1 » Sat Oct 03, 2015 11:32 pm

....you have been Blessed indeed! Look at the beaming eye's of your little angel...and all camo'd up just like dad!...a precious memory....I can just see this image popping up one day, as they play the memories that she and dad shared.... on her wedding day (not trying to rush it...sorry! :shock: )...

.....it does not get better than that!

Anthony :)[/quote]

You're right Brother, it truly doesn't get better than that. She kept saying, "I wish we could shoot a deer." She loves fresh backstrap in gravy over mashed potatoes just as much as I do. :lol:
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Re: A Very Blessed Day in the Blind

Post by j.krug » Sat Oct 03, 2015 11:34 pm

Awesome indeed!! Surely a day you will both remember for a long time to come. Wishing you both many more hunting days together. :)
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Re: A Very Blessed Day in the Blind

Post by longbow joe » Sun Oct 04, 2015 12:27 am

Image[/URL] i remember when my daughter was little i scouted turkeys .they were everywere no way we werent gonna get one on the youth hunt . The day came n went she hung in like a trooper not a turkey all morning. Its the first lesson she learned. We had a great breakfast after. My daughters got older never really got the hunting bug but man do they fish . Not a problem we spend a lot of time fishing. Enjoy them there like little sponges n they grow up so fast.now the boyfriends gotta come in the boat ...lol. great times. Lbj
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Re: A Very Blessed Day in the Blind

Post by longbow joe » Sun Oct 04, 2015 12:46 am

Funny my girls dont want to hunt but they will shoot guns all day and they will drop everything to come n track a deer n they are actually quite good at it. What can i say.glad to spend any kind of time togeather with them .
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Re: A Very Blessed Day in the Blind

Post by No One » Sun Oct 04, 2015 7:18 am

Yea my little one wants to go too. But I didnt think it would be on my first season out maybe next year.
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Re: A Very Blessed Day in the Blind

Post by xcaliber » Sun Oct 04, 2015 7:50 am

Very nice. Enjoy the time with your family. I did not get out to hunt this weekend. Yesterday, house warming party at my daughters new house. Today, I have my Mother all day, she suffered a serve stroke about 18 months ago. It's all good, but the days do fly by.
Next time, let her do the makeup! :lol:
God bless, enjoy many, many days together!
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Re: A Very Blessed Day in the Blind

Post by hockeyfodder » Sun Oct 04, 2015 8:19 am

There's nothing better than passing your passion for the outdoors onto a son or daughter.
Enjoy your time with her TB1, they grow up so fast!
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Re: A Very Blessed Day in the Blind

Post by Normous » Sun Oct 04, 2015 9:57 am

I wish you two a lifetime doing this.
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Re: A Very Blessed Day in the Blind

Post by R.J. » Sun Oct 04, 2015 10:08 am

That is awesome ! ... Like I said before " some people just get it " ... spending time with family and friends in the field > can't get any cooler than that !

Reminds me of when my daughter was young and use to tag along ... many memories ! Now she is older and away at school but we keep in tough pretty regular .

Awesome picture of you and your daughter in the blind ! ... They grow up so fast !
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Re: A Very Blessed Day in the Blind

Post by Sam, just Sam... » Sun Oct 04, 2015 8:37 pm

Huge blessing! Glad to see a future generation learning the ropes of hunting.
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Re: A Very Blessed Day in the Blind

Post by Scarecrow » Mon Oct 05, 2015 3:56 pm

That's awesome!! I am planning on taking my 16 year old daughter out this weekend. We scouted together this fall and finally have a weekend to get into the woods (after 2 Homecoming dances). Can't wait!!
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