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    Default Bill's Slideshow on Bowhunt America's Blog

    Bill's wife, Sherry, posted this on her Facebook page. I thought you guys would like to see it. Not a day goes by that I don't miss him.

    In Memory of Bill Krenz
    "Me got no house; me all time moving; light fire, make tent, sleep; all time go hunt, how have house?"

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    Default Re: Bill's Slideshow on Bowhunt America's Blog

    Whenever I go to this website and realize I won't be blessed with Bill's pearls of wisdom a little of the day is lost. Nice show for a great life, I'll bet they could fill hours with his pictures.

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    Default Re: Bill's Slideshow on Bowhunt America's Blog

    Thanks for posting that Sawtooth. Definately too short, but a life well lived.

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    Default Re: Bill's Slideshow on Bowhunt America's Blog

    There is a tribute to Bill Krenz/Timberline in the Feb / Jan 2011 Bowhunt America magazine!

    Bill Krenz is on the front cover with a picture of his big bear and his Kifaru hat!!!
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    Default Re: Bill's Slideshow on Bowhunt America's Blog

    I'll have to get that issue. I did a google search on 7x57 Remington 700 and Bill's ad for his mountain rifle on campfire popped up. Had to read it all over again and smile at his writing skills. He is missed.

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