Greetings and salutations, My name is L. David Fluty. You can call me David, or as my friends call me, Hoss. I do enjoy many hobbies. These hobbies include: Horseback riding, Breaking horses, Woodworking, Automotive repair, reading, boxing, hunting, fishing, trapping, taxidermy, tanning hides, writing, shaving, and hiking. I believe every man should live the strenuous life. My father taught me every hobby I do. My idol is Theodore Roosevelt. By far my favorite hobby is hunting. I do not trophy hunt nor do I celebrate a hunt. I like to use the animal (deer, squirrel, rabbit, wapiti, black bear) as food and clothing. I work as a computer technician but I am going to college for International Business Management with a focus in Business Law. That is the gist of me. Again, glad to be here and hope to participate more in the forums when I have time.

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Wecome, David! That's an interesting list of hobbies you have there. It's safe to say you enjoy the outdoors! Enjoy your stay on the forums!

Don't know you and already like you.  You seem to have character and would be interesting to talk to.  Welcome!

welcome, David.  happy hunting.

Why thank you all for the warm welcomes. I have been very busy with the upcoming hunting season here in Vanderburgh County, Indiana. To reply individually is the least I could do.

Mr. Matthew D. Miles,

I do thoroughly enjoy the outdoors. Many of my best memories have been hunting or fishing with family and friends. If you enjoy hunting and fishing as much as I do, then I believe we can become close acquaintances.

Mr. Claude,

It would be a privilege to have a conversation with you. I will have plenty of time to write while I wait for hunting season to start and in between hunting and working. Send me a message anytime.

Mr. Chuck Bridges

Thank you for your warm welcome. I will always try to be in a good mood while hunting. Again, thank you.

 

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