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    Joey went huntin in the land of Oz and bagged hisself a ginormous and deadly Birch Frog. Extremely rare, this frog has possibly only been sighted once or twice in the annuls of history, and usually by men hunting while drinking. One needs to explore territories occasioned by the fierce Drop Bears in order to bag one of these behemoth frogs. Stuffed and mounted on a found piece of Spotted Gum, the natural tree habitat of the giant Birch Frog of Australia, Joey has placed his prize trophy on a wall of it's own in his mountain home. He hopes that the rangers do not spy this trophy as hunting them is strictly forbidden due to the rarity of the species, (Froggusbull****us Australis). Shhhhhhh, tell noone what you have seen here today!

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    Re: Joey went-a-huntin

    I saw the thread title and thought I wonder if this is Joe? Sho nuff! You brought me out of my summer hibernation. Pretty cool carving bud, I mean Joey! The story is great too!
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      Re: Joey went-a-huntin

      I'll bet the legs got served up in the Glenn College caf at LaTrobe Uni.
      Tell the rangers it's a southern cane toad.
      What did you use for eyes?
      Brian T

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        OMG!..........is that a full grown one? I was of the impression that they were much larger than that. But then again any that I have seen were usually the result of too many barley sandwiches.........
        Soggy
        If you're looking for me, you'll find me in a pile of wood chips somewhere...

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        • #5
          Joey went-a-huntin

          Great carving. Nice mounting job. Keep up the good work.

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          • #6
            Re: Joey went-a-huntin

            As always great piece your works are truly fantastick.Gary

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            • #7
              Re: Joey went-a-huntin

              I love the stories that go along with your carvings... Truly tickled my funny bone. Thanks for the story, the carving, and the laugh. Amy

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              • #8
                Re: Joey went-a-huntin

                That story brought a big grin to my face. Nice carving also

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                • #9
                  Re: Joey went-a-huntin

                  Well,Josef,what was Joey drinking when he captured this
                  illusive creature? Couldn't but chuckle after reading your story,
                  great carving.
                  Oscar

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                  • #10
                    Re: Joey went-a-huntin

                    Hey there Sharon, didn't think you would be wasting summer with hibernation. I thought all you folks slept through your winters? Thanks for taking a look at my trophy.

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                    • #11
                      Re: Joey went-a-huntin

                      G'day RV, I just used some old marbles my missus had laying about. Thanks for taking the time to take a peek at him.

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                      • #12
                        Re: Joey went-a-huntin

                        Yeah Soggy, unfortunately we don't grow things as big as Texas claims, and he is full grown. Barley sandwiches? Love it!

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                          Thanks Rod I appreciate that.

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                            Hey Gary, where have you been hiding lately? Thanks for the nice comment buddy.

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                              I am truly honored to have created a chuckle or two Amy, thank you for that.

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