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    Has too much time on their hands

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    That would be a whole other thread.

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    Tell us when you go in and where..You'll try to get by with a timmies..
    Best luck and a speedy recovery.
    Take the warning labels off. Darwin will solve the problem.

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    Yikes, glad you got help relativrly quickly , take it easy and follow the doctors orders .

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    Getting the hang of it

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    good wishes to a speedy recovery
    here is a link that any solo hunter should read
    its about plb personal locator beacons
    https://www.cbr-rcb.ca/cbr/presentat...tre/faq.php#Q1

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    Good luck Judge. Keep in touch.

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    I truly wish you a quick recovery, but I hope you also take a moment to think about another risk taken. How much farther would you have gone( given your personal terror at the time) looking for help? What if you collapsed behind the wheel and your vehicle went into the other lane and somebody else got hurt.? I know of 2 such cases like yours where both got behind the wheel instead of dialing 911 in the first case my buddy Dave pulled over and died, could have been way worse. The second made it home from work( he left 20 minutes into the shift without telling the nurse his issue or his wife who was at work with us too) but 15 minutes later died on the floor in the kitchen trying to put cold water on his face. I guess your story hits me harder than I thought. I bet you were terrified and I don't blame you. Savage308

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    Scary situation, get fixed up and feeling better, there will be plenty of time to get out next season your health is more important now. Keep us posted on recovery.

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    You'll get great care in London. That's why I take a cell phone- $17 a month for 30 minutes - only for an emergency.

    I've thought about lying there with a broken leg. , but never thought about that coyotes getting me. Thanks.

    I live in London ; if someone needs a bed overnight let me know.
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    Holy smokes.....Really glad you made it out okay. Hoping for a speedy recovery.
    To hunt & to fish = enjoying life; I live for the outdoors.

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    All the best to you Judge. WHEN you get back out in the woods, a beacon or a cell phone sound like a worth while investment. Take care.
    A trophy is in the eye of the bow holder

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