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    "F.E. Warren AFB, Wyoming" (Where The Deer, & The Antelope Roam)

    Common sights on F.E. Warren AFB, Cheyenne AFB Wyoming :mixedsmi:




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    I guess someone is TDY from the TDY. If you can, get you and your camera to western Wyoming. Beautiful isn't a good enough word to describe it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jmig View Post
    I guess someone is TDY from the TDY. If you can, get you and your camera to western Wyoming. Beautiful isn't a good enough word to describe it.
    Yeppers - gorgeous country....
    Unfortunately, no time to check out the west......

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    Pronghorn are beautiful to look at, but nasty tasting critters.
    "No, I'm not a good shot, but I shoot often." - Theodore "Teddy" Roosevelt

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    Beautiful shots`

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    What do you mean nasty tasting. I grew up in Western Wyoming and we used to hunt them every year. It all depends on how it is prepared.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JO_Wingnut View Post
    What do you mean nasty tasting. I grew up in Western Wyoming and we used to hunt them every year. It all depends on how it is prepared.
    I tried one that lived in the wheat fields in central Montana all of it's life as well.
    Bleah, still too gamey for my taste, I don't care how well prepared.
    But that's the way my taste buds are. Lot of stuff is too gamey tasting for me.
    Or, I'm one of those spoiled Elk/Bison meat kinda guys I guess.
    "No, I'm not a good shot, but I shoot often." - Theodore "Teddy" Roosevelt

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dain Arns View Post
    I'm one of those spoiled Elk/Bison meat kinda guys I guess.
    Dain,
    Everytime I got out west, I make it a point to eat some type of Buffalo dish.... (And I did this time too) :d

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    Quote Originally Posted by Panther_99FS View Post
    Dain,
    Everytime I got out west, I make it a point to eat some type of Buffalo dish.... (And I did this time too) :d
    Well, that's silly - Buffalo is in the east, at the end of Lake Erie

    Brian

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    Bison meat is good. I grew up eating wild game, and there were a lot of people that I know felt it all tasted gamey, and wouldn't eat it. When my parents prepared it, they didn't know the difference and enjoyed it. My sister is one of those that will say she doesn't like wild game meat, but when told after the fact, loved it.

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