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Thread: Is this an elk?

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    Super Member Favorite Fabrics's Avatar
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    I think it is... but we don't have elk here and I've never seen one in person so I'm not sure.
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    Yes, this is an Elk. Lovely panel.

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    Yes. Before I'd seen an Elk I was told to look for a deer on steroids (:)). This is an Elk.

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    You are correct. That is really beautiful!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SharonC
    Yes. Before I'd seen an Elk I was told to look for a deer on steroids (:))
    :lol: :lol: :lol: So very true!!!!! :thumbup:

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    Quote Originally Posted by SharonC
    Yes. Before I'd seen an Elk I was told to look for a deer on steroids. This is an Elk.
    That's a good description. ;)

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    He looks like an elk bugling for a girlfriend, doesn't see the cow behind him apparently!! Or is he letting all the other bulls know she's his!!

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    Definitely an elk. We see them all the time here. Beautiful panel!

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    this looks so like deers with lovely set of antlers we have here.

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