Journal - It was like she was born a killer, ha-ha what am...

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Dear Journal, Well here I am out in the Rocky Mountains on the third day of my climb. I’m a little over half way done my trip. Hopefully I will get to see something worth my while. Holy mackerel I just saw the most beautiful Gray wolf I have ever seen. She was gorgeous. She was chasing after a smaller animal what seemed to be small fawn. This gray wolf was huge she had to be at least 200 pounds yet she was still able to catch that fawn. As she ran she moved with such grace and when she pounced on the fawn she had so much grace. She moved fluidly and ran smooth. Once she pounced on the fawn she went straight for her throat. She had such intelligence she knew exactly how much pressure to use and exactly where to bite.
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Unformatted text preview: It was like she was born a killer, ha-ha what am I saying she was raised a killer. This was one of the most amazing sights nature has to offer and since the Gray Wolf was on the endangered species list for so long a person never really could experience it, but now that the grey wolf has recently become of the list it is bound to occur more often. Well seeing that Gray wolf was most definitely the highlight of this trip so far. I think the only thing that could top this would me getting in a fight with a bear and winning. Like that could ever happen. Well its back to the trail for me. 8/20/07...
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