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  • Elk the hard way

    Somebody took out 3 elk near Custer, S.D. using a Ford Mustang. Check www.keloland.com.

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    Wow! That had to be a rough ride! πŸ˜–

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      I wonder what the BC of that Mustang was? Textbook mushrooming but lost the plastic tip off the nose.😎

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        I've found that when citters are thick on the road 45mph is about the top speed to be able to slow down. In the road is a lot easier than the ones waiting off to the side that wait until the last minute to jump out into the beams. It's drive during the day or go real slow.

        Another obstacle is cows and horses. You hit one and you owe the rancher. It's open range out here, ranchers have absolutely no obligation to keep livestock off the road.

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          Open range. Just close the oven door and it’s a closed range. LOL!

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            Originally posted by rock rat View Post
            I've found that when citters are thick on the road 45mph is about the top speed to be able to slow down. In the road is a lot easier than the ones waiting off to the side that wait until the last minute to jump out into the beams. It's drive during the day or go real slow.

            Another obstacle is cows and horses. You hit one and you owe the rancher. It's open range out here, ranchers have absolutely no obligation to keep livestock off the road.
            In Maine there is an after dark Moose speed limit of 45mph.
            In Indiana there are sections of Interstate protected by laser sensors - when a deer breaks the laser beam lights turn on warning motorists in that stretch there are deer close to the road.

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