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  • As I am about ready to shake myself out of the treestand I remind myself, no hesitation, pull the release and .... bank the shot off of a treelimb 6 below the bucks belly and into the ground.

    Bill Heavey's Deer Diary: Excitable Boy

  • Instead find a location well away from the house where a key can be taped, screwed or stapled behind a weatherboard, hollow treelimb, etc.

    Frustration by the numbers

  • In order to move it, they had to construct a drag of a treelimb and hook a rope to this, and then it was all they could do to move it along through the deep snow.

    The Rover Boys In The Mountains Or, A Hunt for Fun and Fortune

  • One crept close to where they sat then stopped, frozen, staring up into the jungly overgrowth of the neighbor's yard where some apple trees slowly drowned in blackberry vines: A rat was scurrying along a treelimb amid the apples.

    North Coast Journal Comments

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