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Red face So How old are you not how old you feel ?

Now be honest guys and ladies if there are any you need to be honest on the age bit Smile I will start it off I was 85 this past December.

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soon to be 77...

i still try to remain active...cutting firewood, taking care of the mare, target shooting. haven't done archery for a while due to damage to fingers...

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I'm 73 at the moment but two months from today I'll be 74. Now iffen we were talking about how old I feel you'd be a young whipper snapper by comparison.



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only 67 here, but I still can't do this anymore-

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I still believe the Good Book says we will go back to our prime in and for eternity.
There is no darkness in G-d, no corruption in heaven, He only does good.
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only 67 here, but I still can't do this anymore-
https://youtu.be/ki5PCL787Mc?t=89
i'm 57, and i 'might' be able to that, but only if my wife is not around!
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I am 62 and feeling pretty good. I had a double by pass when I was 60 and was lucky enough to not have any damage to my heart. I can still drag a deer out of the woods and cut and clear trees when needed. So all in all I think I am doing pretty well.

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I still believe the Good Book says we will go back to our prime in and for eternity.
There is no darkness in G-d, no corruption in heaven, He only does good.
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Seventy-five and a half here. I'm not quite as good as I once was, but I'm as good once as I ever was.

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