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Shaun Meadows, Veteran USAF

January 12th, 2011

Thunderhill Ranch staff and family members celebrated a very special event the weekend of January 7-9, 2011. Together with we hosted Veteran Shaun Meadows, USAF and his family to a very special buy windows 7 key trophy deer hunt. The combat controller lost both legs during a combat reconnaissance patrol in Afghanistan when his convoy hit an improvised explosive device in July 2008. funda carcasa protectora iphone 7 Staff Sgt. Meadows made Air Force history on June 15, 2011 when he became the first active duty double amputee to successfully participate in a personnel drop. Along with 39 of his coworkers, Meadows conducted a practice parachute jump from a C-17 Globemaster III in preparation for a change of command ceremony. “Everything went well today” Sergeant Meadows said. “It felt good to get up there and jump again after 2 years”. iphone 6s plus doble carcasa Veteran Outdoors is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to honor our country’s wounded veterans’ patriotism and their sacrifice by providing quality hunting, fishing and outdoor activities. VO’s goal is to raise public 300-206 awareness about the therapeutic effects that being in the outdoors actually has on the mental and physical disabilities of our country’s wounded men and women. We will also provide a platform for veterans to tell their 300-070 own stories in their own words. Shaun arrived with his wife Nicole, son Trevor (5), Hosts Cody and Jordana Hirt with daughter Hannah and Hosts Brad and Stacey Strittmatter and sons Joseph and Sam. Photographing the event was Joseph Esparza. After introductions Shaun was presented with camo gear and a new rifle. Shaun was completely surprised about the entire weekend. Only his wife Nicole knew about it. carcasa completa galaxy j7 2017 After sighting in the new rifle, Shaun with Ranch Manager Chad Barington went to sit in a blind. They saw many doe but nary a buck. carcasa iphone 7 fibra The evening included a big dinner and campfire for all. On Saturday morning the hunting crew saw many does again and got some good photographs. Owner Jimmy Davenport toured Shaun and Nicole through the deer breeding facilities and deer pens during the Noon hour. The Meadows were fascinated with the operation and deer windows 7 Product key barn working facility. carcasa iphone 5s nike Just before dark on Saturday evening Shaun had his opportunity. A big buck referred to as “Mulie” by the ranch staff strolled into view and Shaun downed him with one shot. Hooray Shaun!!!

Nicole Meadows, Shaun Meadows, Trevor Meadows, Joseph Strittmatter, Cody Hirt, Brad Strittmatter

VVet ShS Shaun’s proudest moment was having his wife and son pose with him after downing this beautiful 168 B&C buck.

Photos Posted on Thunderhill Facebook

July 4th, 2010

Just posted new photos showing life on the ranch in Spring.

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AMMO and ATTITUDE is coming in August

July 3rd, 2010;

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Ammo and Attitude-A New Reality Show!!!

January 30th, 2010

The Shipman Agency, Inc. carcasa samsung j7 2016 nike is proud to announce that their Original Series Nationally on Versus “Ammo and Attitude” has swept the National Bugle Awards. carcasa galaxy s5 mini Bugle awards are the Oscars of the hunting show world. carcasa samsung note 8 frases They won in 3 major categories: CAT 1 Best New Show Internationally; CAT 2 Best Original Show Domestically; CAT 5 Best New Show Domestically. carcasas para samsung a3 2016 Thunderhill Ranch is particularly proud of the Shipman Agency as the first series is scheduled to be filmed at Thunderhill Ranch in May. bateria carcasa iphone 6s 1399 The wildflowers should be magnificent during the filming as the cold winter and abundant rains have blessed the Hill Country this year. cover samsung galaxy s9 plus “Ammo and Attitude” won their honors based on the pilot.

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Wildflowers in Spring

January 29th, 2010

Thunderhill Ranch looks like a painting this Spring. carcasa bateria iphone 5se Now that all the trees have leafed and the grass is green from the rains, the pastures look like waves of color in the winds. carcasa original samsung galaxy s7 Bluebonnets are now ending their reign but the firewheels or indian blankets make splashes of color thoughout the fields. carcasa samsung s5 mercadolibre Some of the recent flowers identified as the thelesperma, spiderwort, lazy daisy and a beautiful purple plant called blue curls or fiddleneck. doble carcasa iphone 6s All the rivers, lakes and ponds are full with the exception of Lake Buchanan but the fishing has been great. carcasa samsung galaxy s4 mercado libre Thunderhill Ranch is all prepared for the “Ammo and Attitude” film crew who will arrive this weekend to film the series. carcasa iphone 6s beatles The six female contestants arrive on Sunday, May 2nd.

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Ammo and Attitude Winner With Her Trophy

January 26th, 2010

Thunderhill Ranch donated a trophy hunt to the winner of the “Ammo and Attitude” Becky Lou Lacock. carcasas iphone 8 plus dragon ball She nailed a beautiful 4-year-old buck that scored 170 3/8 B & C. fundas iphone 7 plus carcasa Becky Lou is very proud of her 15 point buck and will have him 300-208 CISSPmounted. carcasa iphone 8 rigida

Becky Lou with her trophy buck

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Carroll Lewing hits the jackpot!!

January 21st, 2010

Carroll Lewing has been hunting at Thunderhill Ranch for many weekends since October, 2009. carcasa iphone 6 plus conejo Both of his boys have killed bucks, but when it came time for Papa Carroll to hunt, nothing ever came his way. carcasa samsung s7 unicornio Finally on February 18th, he got lucky. The Winter has been so cold with so much rain that a pattern of their travel could never be established. carcasa iphone x god of war They traveled all over the ranch chasing the does. carcasa a5 2016 samsung The first buck to come within site was this wide 146 B & C deer. carcasa ip68 iphone x

Carroll Lewing with his 146 B & C buck
Guide Chad Barington with Carroll Lewing and his 146 B & C buck.

Then lo and behold, another big boy decides to make his appearance at the same blind. carcasa iphone 7 plus real madrid This one was even bigger so Carroll decided to take him as well. It was a happy day for this persistent hunter. carcasa iphone 7 diamantes We have heard told that hunting on a high fenced ranch doesn’t present any challenges. Carroll Lewing doesn’t agree with that and plans to return to Thunderhill Ranch in the next hunting season.

New Trail Camera Shots

January 19th, 2010

The photos on the trail cameras were taken between November 17-November 19, carcasa iphone 6s bulldog frances 2010. carcasa samsung s8 plus gris 300-135 210-065

Same buck front view

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“Ammo and Attitude” is a Wrap

January 17th, 2010

The staff and crew for “Ammo an Attitude” could not have asked for better conditions for filming the first episode. Thanks to the rains in April, wildflowers were still blooming and the grass all green. carcasa iphone 8 captain Thunderhill Ranch hosted the producers, carcasa iphone 7 snoopy hosts, galaxy s7 edge battery cover contestants, carcasas iphone se silicona judges and filming crew for 15 days. carcasas bateria iphone 6 Everybody worked hard, carcasa iphone silicona was fed well and had a great time. carcasas para celulares samsung galaxy grand prime We are all excited about seeing the first episode of “Ammo and Attitude” to be aired on August 2,

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Trophy Bucks Taken at Thunderhill

January 16th, 2010

Jimmy Shelton from Abilene, carcasa iphone 7 plus vw TX had a good hunt on his second day at Thunderhill Ranch. carcasa iphone 7 plus rojo On Tuesday morning, funda galaxy s7 edge carcasa November 16th, carcasa iphone 8 plus michael jordan he bagged 2 trophy bucks. carcasa iphone memoria One buck scored 177 B&C points and the other scored 165.

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