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Will smack you in the face!

My daughter and I were fishing a private lake Friday night when the L.H.'s came in to see what we were up to. We started feeding them some range cubes and one got a little close turned his head and smacked a horn right into my girls cheek. Ouch! Luckily she is raised on the "walk it off" method of pain treatment.:)

Could have been worse but catching a few 10lbs cats lifted her spirits.


 

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She's a real trooper! Obviously doesn't take after you in the looks dept ;-)
 

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Luckily she is raised on the "walk it off" method of pain treatment.:

thats funny!!! thats what i tell my kids all the time.suck it up walk it off youll be fine lol
 

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She's a real trooper! Obviously doesn't take after you in the looks dept ;-)
Why does everyone tell me that? :D
 

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thats funny!!! thats what i tell my kids all the time.suck it up walk it off youll be fine lol
:D My 1.5 year old girl coming up through the ranks is learning it now. She falls pretty hard and skins her knee. She looks at me first deciding what to do. I give her the "fathers eye" and say "walk it off." Works almost every time. :D

WOW! Feeding longhorns and going fishing with daddy. I don't think it gets any better than that! :thumbsup:Walt
We have been fishing after work Fri-Mon off Tues fish Wed off Thurs. My bees and my peeps in the forum are feeling neglectied (sp). :D But she loves it so I keep doing it. Don't tell ma but I like it more than she does. lol

I'll get back to bs'in asap.
 
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