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Posted by Bruce m. Conkey on 07-17-2019 12:42 PM:

From Dreaming to Live Streaming

What a Journey. I can remember back well over 50 years ago sitting on the porch talking to an old dog. Telling him one day the we would be in the woods chasing varmints. Dreaming about the varmints he would chase and how good he would be at it. Didn't know anything about his genetics or even what that was. Didn't know about his ability, or his desire to even find something to bark at. But the truth is. That doesn't really matter to a dream. The dream was that it was going to happen and it would all be fun. It's been fun and it has been real. Just at times not real fun. The woods, the swamps and life in general can throw you a curve ball at any moment. You can be walking down hill and a second later be rolling down the same hill. Life can trip you up and send you in a tailspin.
Now many people can go out and sit down and still dream about their hounds. But with the push of one button on the phone. They can go from dreaming to live streaming. The world never saw their dreams but they can see the results. Wonder if the results are close to the dreams that got them there.

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Posted by yadkintar on 07-17-2019 12:57 PM:

Well when I was young I was full of fire and not very good dogs. Now I got pretty good dogs but not much fire. But it can be coming a flood outside and I can pick up my phone or iPad and be coonhunting in Indiana ( somewhere easy ) and that suits me just fine setting in my chair lol.



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Posted by TylerOSU on 07-17-2019 08:42 PM:

Facebook Live

Even though you only get to see a very small part of the hunt I like to livestream for people who

A. don't know what coon hunting is or what it is about.
B. know what coon hunting is but don't have the opportunity to go
C. to make a positive image on the sport and try to involve others!

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Posted by Reuben on 07-19-2019 03:58 AM:

quote:
Originally posted by yadkintar
Well when I was young I was full of fire and not very good dogs. Now I got pretty good dogs but not much fire. But it can be coming a flood outside and I can pick up my phone or iPad and be coonhunting in Indiana ( somewhere easy ) and that suits me just fine setting in my chair lol.



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Well George Foreman said he was young he ran with fast women and bet on slow horses...but he figured it out in his older age...now he runs with slow women and bets on fast horses...

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