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PostPosted: Mon Oct 15, 2012 8:22 pm 
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Location: Well above sea level
Three days in the steepest terrain I've ever seen (Rico, CO area) -----

The wonderful weather (60+ degs) drove the elk up to higher altitudes.

Found lots of signs --- scrapings on the tree ---- droppings on the ground --- even a few mocking bugles. They must have been making fun of me from the cliff above me, though --- they were nowhere to be found.

Physician wins ---- I dropped my water bottle while climbing a 500 foot mountain face --- and ended up dehydrated and exhausted (yeah - I made it out --- was smart enough to turn around when I could ---- I stumbled into camp and was barely able to speak or even tie my shoe laces).

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PostPosted: Mon Oct 15, 2012 8:31 pm 
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bailey bud wrote:
I dropped my water bottle while climbing a 500 foot mountain face

Did you really think the elk went that way? They have 4 legs, dont carry a rifle, and really enjoyed your water. Glad you are ok :sunshine:


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Smart choices made. Too often hunters don't get in enough training time and try to overextend themselves. One hunt I made I cramped up so bad that I had to stagger back to camp too.

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