Thursday, May 15, 2008

The family that hunts together . . .

I have written before about what we call the Owego Tuxedo, which consists of 2 or more pieces of camouflage attire, worn together (and named after the county seat of Tioga County, Owego). If any piece also sports fluorescent orange, that is a bonus, sort of the equivalent of tails. We often see Owego Tuxedo finery at the auction we regularly hit up for bargains (but not on crossbows- those fetch top dollar in that crowd.)

But I was a little surprised to see this entire family collectively decked out in probably the best Owego Tuxedo group-combo ever. Perhaps they wanted to hide because they didn't want their hunter friends to see them at the Verizon Wireless store at our awful local mall?

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