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Old 02-27-2013   #281
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Originally Posted by jmm99 View Post
... but wasn't she something of a huntress in her youth ?


Hei Mike !

According to this, she can handle her own just fine

She has also run afoul of animal rights activists. In November 2000, Elizabeth was photographed wringing the neck of a wounded pheasant that a hunting dog had dropped at her feet. The next day, she showed up at church wearing a red hat accented with pheasant feathers.
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She certainly always adored wildlife and grew up in family of hunters.
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