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El Jefe

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Hi I'm new to this sitio, I don't hunt but work for PETA. I will come here to check on all to see what you talky talky about all the time. I'm here and there but here some time don't know too much but I think I learn form someone here sooner then later. :welcome::rock::loco:

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What's up Tony! Haha that PETA comment got you a -1 Reputation already! They don't know you're just kidding around...yet :)

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Hey Tony! Been a long time! :welcome:

 

Tony and I were club members once, and he graciously offered me his stand spot so I can tag a deer. Deer were out of bow range, but the gesture was much appreciated!!

 

Good man and glad he's here. :thumb_up:

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Que Bolá Tony?

 

Someone doesn't like this thread. ;)

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How's everyone doing. Still in NJ for now as I go back into surgery this Monday for the second time due to my sinuses. I got Asthmatic Bronchitis back in October of 2011 at the farm in WV and is been all down hill since then. Hopefully (according to the DR) this will be it. Is nice to see some of my old friends here right off the bat. I have a beautiful place that the wife and I bought back in 2011 and is paradise. Deer and turkey all over the place. 45 acres, but the neighbors all around are awesome and I have over a thousand acres to just do as I want. Have yet to hunt there but been doing a lot of ATV riding as you can get lost for ever up in those mountains. By the way ATV are called "four wheelers" in the Appalachians. Property has deeded natural Gas, good well water, and everything was upgraded in the 2,700 square foot home. Out back there is a two car garage with an attached room 30x15 on one side and a root cellar on the other side. You then go up a set of steps and you walk into a work shop and then another smaller one connected at the end. In all the building is 76 1/2 feet long all cinder block and cement floors. I had the roof on the outbuilding done in metal last year with a 45 year guarantee. My taxes are $947.00 for the year the rest is free. I'm rural but have an awesome neighbor across the street that takes care of my property and I let him use the garage and the work shop. There is a lot of good land up in those mountains with good people that know how to live off the land as they grow their on vegetable and preserve what they don't use. Protein is just a matter of opening a window when need to. Anybody that is looking to retired and might be interested for me to keep an eye on what comes on the market let me know. I'm in Roane, county 14 miles South of the city of Spencer. 36 miles from the Capital of Charleston and one mine in from route 36.

The town I live in is call Looneyville (no laughter please) we have no cops, no firehouse and nobody F's with you. Everyone is respectful and I have made a lot of friends all ready. There are three other friends of mine form Miami that have bought land with homes within 10 to 14 miles of me. Actually they were there before me, that's how I found this place which took me three years to find.

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