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Old 26-06-2022, 10:54   #1
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Our deer rescue on Loose Cannon

DIRT FREE & crew got a little mention on Loose Cannon about our deer rescue.
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Very sweet. It looks like you could have had a boat deer.
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Very sweet. It looks like you could have had a boat deer.
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So, does the dear deer have a name, or is it a John Doe? Good on you both for the rescue!
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Super neat Boatpoker! Thank you for sharing

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Re: Our deer rescue on Loose Cannon

Jane Doe is at least of an age to eat grass. Maybe will survive, and what more could you do? So congrats, you did a good deed, and the deer appreciated it, even if it looked like she thought she had a new Mom.

I wonder, if we can take from her nuzzling you that she was used to people? Maybe someone at a campground or in a tent or cottage had been feeding her?

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My grandson read it with me “ Decent !��
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