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    mallard is that a Jackalope?Never seen one in winter coat.

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    Its "northern jackalope"....AKA Snowshoe Hare. I used to run them in Northern Pennsylvania with my beagles 6 days a year.

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    Very cool. Nice work
    I go to the Mountains to loose my mind and find my soul.

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    That looks great

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    "Northern Jackalope"very nice.We only have Flaming Southern Jackalope in Az.They run past and burst into flames for easier dining experience.2 nights ago our low temp. was 94'f.Rabbits were knocking on front door,"smoldering"begging to come inside before being eaten.

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    I'm going to make a table like this. Called the "Spike Table"....

    You dont find many sheds in Georgia. I have found 4 spike sheds in the last 3 years... lol

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    Very, very nice! And the handy work on making it... great job!

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    Man that’s awesome!

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