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Old 01-15-2018, 11:34 PM
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Originally Posted by Sundancefisher View Post
Maybe he could smell the truck was on it's last legs?
Originally Posted by Norwest Alta View Post
Lol it is. Must of figured it was a ewe instead of a ram.
You should check if they over tightened the lug nuts again
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Old 01-16-2018, 05:25 AM
Norwest Alta Norwest Alta is offline
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Originally Posted by Bub View Post
You should check if they over tightened the lug nuts again
They will never look at my truck ever again.
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Old 01-16-2018, 08:26 AM
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Had a couple of them follow my kids to school (teacher chased them off when they arrived in the schoolyard). Those were urban coyotes, though, so habituation is a factor there.

Have had wolves "escort" me while I walked down trails, but again, a bit different as they tended to keep concealed.
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Old 01-16-2018, 04:35 PM
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I've not had a coyote chase me. But I've experienced something real neat. I drove into a West Surmont gas plant. Long drive down a small path off-road. The accommodations there is a mobile home. The sliding doors are at the front end of the trailer leading right into the living room. As the operator and I were watching TV, a couple of foxes came into the yard and started playing and chasing one another. The operator said "watch this". He went to the cupboard, grabbed some dog food and layed a bit of it on the couch. He then opened the door and whistled. Darn it if both foxes didn't make a bee line for the couch and sat there consuming it right between buddy and I. And then they sat there and watched TV for a half minute and headed out the door.
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