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I'm guessing it wasn't a big game animal.
What ever it was, I'm sure it's feeling a lot better now.
 

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I'm guessing it wasn't a big game animal.
What ever it was, I'm sure it's feeling a lot better now.
It wasnt me!!!
and it was a big game animal ;) it was a bull elk poop im pretty sure i got another photo somewhere...oh wait why would i be taking poop selfies... umm :mrgreen:
 

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This wasn't around sheep creek behind that great log blocking the view from the road for the poor soul who mistakenly chose to eat Beto's for an early breakfast? Just a guess, no reason....
 

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This wasn't around sheep creek behind that great log blocking the view from the road for the poor soul who mistakenly chose to eat Beto's for an early breakfast? Just a guess, no reason....
Perhaps, but I would guess not. The poop is not runny enough for a Betos breakfast. ;-)

A serious guess is that is a relieved bullwinkle (moose).
 

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Sorry there bubba I thought I had covered it up yesterday.... :shock:
 
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Well, it appears as though he needs to eat more fiber, and more mineral content in his diet will improve the appearance of his rack.
 
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