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    In the Shadow of the Bighorns

    Took these with the smartphone while afield the past few days; the silence of the high plains was surreal.

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    That reminds me so much of my two hunts in unit 16 near Buffalo, wy. I had so much fun. Thanks for the reminder.

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    Don't know how I missed this earlier. Sure brings back memories...

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    Oh, to be there now!

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    Very Nice-Beautiful Country- didn't see this until now browsing the forum. I have been on the eastern side of the Big Horns north of Buffalo hunting Antelope and Mule deer several times.

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    Great shots, thanks for sharing! Technically that area near the bighorns is not considered the high plains. That is a bit South and East, and stretches all the way into Texas.

    #25 on the map.
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