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    Now i know lots of you guys have been close to these animals but i bet not this close.
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    So what's the story behind the pics.? Are they yours, and if so how did you pull off getting him in the car?

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    Ernie loves riding in the dodge and playing with my dog morgan
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    Umm, how did you develop this relationship? Is he really a wild otter?

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    I work in bush logging and late last spring his mother and siblings wre crossing the road when someone crossed the yellow line and run them over.Erine was the only one left he was as big as a squirell so we rasied him.Yes he is some what wild but he still comes back to the bunk house every few days to play with morgan and of course curse in the truck.
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    thats cool enjoy your companion just one question why ernie

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    Quote Originally Posted by ohiotim View Post
    thats cool enjoy your companion just one question why ernie
    I guy i work with his little girls named him.

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    those are the sweetest pictures ever!
    thank you for sharing!

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    Thats pretty cool, I am sure the kids love being able to get that close to him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by broncoformudv View Post
    Thats pretty cool, I am sure the kids love being able to get that close to him.
    He is alot of fun but he is still a wild animal i seen one of the guys i work with blow in his face and then ernie attached himself to the guy's nose and the the blood flew.But they are both alright and a lesson well learned.

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    Great pictures! I really like the second one. Thanks for sharing.

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    just a few more pic's
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    Been within a foot or two of few wild ones.
    They are tasty in soup.

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    NEVER blow in an Otter's face. Ok. I had not thought about the possibilities before this thread. Great story.
    Thanks for great photos, story, and laughs.

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    That is great, Thank you for the photo's and story.

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    That is very neat. Thanks for sharing.

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