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Oct 02, 2017 18:45 |  #6781

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Wow is everyone on a health kick ??? I bought a fitbit to track my routine and just walk, hard sometimes but walk. 10km a day works for me 208lbs to 175... good to see everyone is on track...

O and here's what I got out of some of the walking !! cool ah Just the Coolest Wolf I ever put eyes on
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Fitbit - he's close enough you could get wolfbit! Hopefully you don't look too appetizing!



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Oct 02, 2017 18:49 |  #6782

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Wow is everyone on a health kick ??? I bought a fitbit to track my routine and just walk, hard sometimes but walk. 10km a day works for me 208lbs to 175... good to see everyone is on track...

O and here's what I got out of some of the walking !! cool ah Just the Coolest Wolf I ever put eyes on
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175 is my goal... but it will take me a while to get there. I was down to 183 last year in June... but had a few setbacks. I should get to 175 sometime early next year.


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Oct 02, 2017 18:58 |  #6783

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175 is my goal... but it will take me a while to get there. I was down to 183 last year in June... but had a few setbacks. I should get to 175 sometime early next year.

235 is my goal... halfway there! Good luck and stick with it - it's worth the effort!



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Oct 02, 2017 19:32 |  #6784

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Fitbit - he's close enough you could get wolfbit! Hopefully you don't look too appetizing!

lol .... Truth... I never felt threatened in the least. not even for a second. He looked at me and I looked at him and he immediately showed me he was in a good place. Now if you want fun i'll up load the Moose video I did with my phone at 10 feet lol. The girls can get a little uppity !! These guys will kill you if your not careful lol


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Oct 02, 2017 19:36 |  #6785

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175 is my goal... but it will take me a while to get there. I was down to 183 last year in June... but had a few setbacks. I should get to 175 sometime early next year.

Ya I like to see what I burn and what I take in. These days I burn 3500 cal and take in 1500cal. Not sure just what adrenaline does for the weight loss lol This was the coolest animal I have shot ever. Still need that go pro lol


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Oct 02, 2017 19:39 |  #6786

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Shot at 158mm focal length, you padded his head, didn't you?

You are one lucky chap...

Cheers

Ya know I must be lucky... with the cold weather coming ill be heading back to try and be lucky again. Need a full coat on this guy


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Oct 02, 2017 19:43 |  #6787

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lol .... Truth... I never felt threatened in the least. not even for a second. He looked at me and I looked at him and he immediately showed me he was in a good place. Now if you want fun i'll up load the Moose video I did with my phone at 10 feet lol. The girls can get a little uppity !! These guys will kill you if your not careful lol

Wife and I went on the Denali tour in Alaska a few years ago. Our guide spent a lot of time in the back country of Denali, and she said that the only animal she feared was the moose. She explained that all the other animals are predictable, and you can tell what they are about to do. The moose are not predicable, she said. They could do anything at any time. I have trouble predicting what our dog is going to do (and he's a great dog!). I probably wouldn't do well with wolves, moose, etc...


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Oct 02, 2017 19:51 |  #6788

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Wife and I went on the Denali tour in Alaska a few years ago. Our guide spent a lot of time in the back country of Denali, and she said that the only animal she feared was the moose. She explained that all the other animals are predictable, and you can tell what they are about to do. The moose are not predicable, she said. They could do anything at any time. I have trouble predicting what our dog is going to do (and he's a great dog!). I probably wouldn't do well with wolves, moose, etc...

I think she's very right about the Moose, these two were perfectly ok for a long time. at one point they walk over to me and the 100-400 was no good to me so I took out my phone and used it lol. The one got kind of jittery and as you can see gave the other a kick. I think she was stressed by my presence and in her miss guided aggression took it out on the other Moose. at least thats what it looked like to me.

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Oct 02, 2017 21:35 |  #6789

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Ya I like to see what I burn and what I take in. These days I burn 3500 cal and take in 1500cal. Not sure just what adrenaline does for the weight loss lol This was the coolest animal I have shot ever. Still need that go pro lol
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He's beautiful. Your spirit guide at 158mm.......pretty awesome.


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Oct 03, 2017 09:44 |  #6790

From my balcony again :)

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Oct 03, 2017 17:31 as a reply to  @ HKFEVER's post |  #6791

Is that the Nathan James?




  
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Oct 04, 2017 09:57 |  #6792

Pondrader wrote in post #18464685 (external link)
Wow is everyone on a health kick ??? I bought a fitbit to track my routine and just walk, hard sometimes but walk. 10km a day works for me 208lbs to 175... good to see everyone is on track...

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Wifey and I went on the low-FODMAP diet and now she's falling out of size 0s and I'm lighter than I was in high school. Diet matters so much.


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Wifey and I went on the low-FODMAP diet and now she's falling out of size 0s and I'm lighter than I was in high school. Diet matters so much.

so true... I want to go into my 60's and 70's kicking and screaming.. not sitting in some chair watching tv.. so we are starting now. make it a life style


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Oct 04, 2017 13:09 |  #6794

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Wifey and I went on the low-FODMAP diet and now she's falling out of size 0s and I'm lighter than I was in high school. Diet matters so much.

Congrats! I aspire to your level of success! Keep it up and enjoy your health and fitness!



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Oct 04, 2017 13:12 |  #6795

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so true... I want to go into my 60's and 70's kicking and screaming.. not sitting in some chair watching tv.. so we are starting now. make it a life style


Too true Jeff - Too True! I broke 50 almost two years ago and decided it was time to get ready for my later years - so I can still get out and shoot. Not to mention carry way too much gear for my current keeper level! Working on getting that into shape too! But of course, it's an inverse proportion I hope..
Weigh less - shoot more keepers - not a normal comparison, but fun to imagine!



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