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I have taken very few vacations in my life,

When I was younger,I went to Canada on a few hunting trips.
Fun, when you take a Moose or Bear.

But ,I have always dreamed of an African Big Game Hunting Safari.:cool:

What an adrenaline rush that must be....a charging Rhino or Cape Buffalo. One shot .
My old heart probably wouldnt take it now.;):)

Would also like to go Blue Marlin fishing.:cool:

Neither of these will ever happen, but I love to dream about them.

You guys have a dream vacation, or maybe you already lived it.

Im all ears, (eyes in this case)


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I've only been on 1 trip and that was to the Smokey Mountains.I've always wanted to go out West or to Alaska hunting caribou,antelope,moose or elk and also go deep sea fishing somewhere.But it'll never happen.:(
 

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I went to a training for murder investigations lead investigators. The class was taught by a retired state trooper who was in the evidence (CSI) section. He was making hundreds of dollars per student per day and it was a week long class with about 2 dozen students, one of many classes he taught that year. Long story short, he used that teaching money for an annual African Safari big game hunt with his wife. During break he would turn the power point projector to pictures of his trips as he was an amateur photographer too.

The hundreds of pics we saw of the landscape, the wildlife, and the game they took were simply amazing. Such a beautiful wild land. I'd be happy just to visit and see the place even without the chance to hunt.
 

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I went to a training for murder investigations lead investigators. The class was taught by a retired state trooper who was in the evidence (CSI) section. He was making hundreds of dollars per student per day and it was a week long class with about 2 dozen students, one of many classes he taught that year. Long story short, he used that teaching money for an annual African Safari big game hunt with his wife. During break he would turn the power point projector to pictures of his trips as he was an amateur photographer too.

The hundreds of pics we saw of the landscape, the wildlife, and the game they took were simply amazing. Such a beautiful wild land. I'd be happy just to visit and see the place even without the chance to hunt.

Now that makes me jealous, and want it that much more.

Its just gotta be awesome.

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I stayed in a Holiday Inn once.



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