Who likes Frog legs

“I'm just a country boy”

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Since: Feb 13

.Rooster Run, Ky

#72 Mar 2, 2013
arctic wrote:
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It sounds like you and I live in similar areas.
I've always loved the mountains. We grew up playing
there and still love to spend time there.
There is nothing better than the view from the top.
Also just being alone...miles away from everyone else.
For me it's either/or Rifle/Binoculars/Camera/writin g materials...
I got a camo backpack and now I can take it all with me!

I plan on making some video from window rock this spring during golden hours. I hope to catch our local red wolf, I have seen her once in five years and heard her howl many times! Nothing like that deep howl of a wolf...chills me to the bone when I'm in her territory...at 2 AM. They are so rare these days my video may make some news!

“In God we trust”

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Since: Dec 12

Cape Town, South Africa

#73 Mar 2, 2013
I don't really like the outdoors.

Level 9

Since: Nov 10

Powellton WV

#74 Mar 2, 2013
1CountryBumpkin wrote:
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For me it's either/or Rifle/Binoculars/Camera/writin g materials...
I got a camo backpack and now I can take it all with me!
I plan on making some video from window rock this spring during golden hours. I hope to catch our local red wolf, I have seen her once in five years and heard her howl many times! Nothing like that deep howl of a wolf...chills me to the bone when I'm in her territory...at 2 AM. They are so rare these days my video may make some news!
If you're actually in Ky I know it will.
We don't get wolves this far east.
I would love to see her if you ever do get
a pic. I love/collect anything wolf.
I don't think I've ever seen a red wolf.
She sounds glorious.
I wish we had them here. Any type.
But the idiots here would just kill them anyway.

Level 9

Since: Nov 10

Powellton WV

#75 Mar 2, 2013
Carchar king wrote:
I don't really like the outdoors.
LOL

Hang out w/me for an afternoon and
you'd love it:)

“I'm just a country boy”

Level 5

Since: Feb 13

.Rooster Run, Ky

#76 Mar 2, 2013
Carchar king wrote:
I don't really like the outdoors.
Sorry about that, it's the way I grew up I guess.

I learned to swim when my dad grabbed me by the ankles and threw me into a fast running creek!

Water was only two feet deep but I didn't realize that until AFTER I was swimming!

“I'm just a country boy”

Level 5

Since: Feb 13

.Rooster Run, Ky

#78 Mar 2, 2013
Angie----- wrote:
<quoted text>I admire your love of nature, but not your food choices..I like veggies not much meat..Hamburger is about it..
We raise a GI_HUGIC Garden! and we have Paw Paws, Chestnuts, cherries, blackberries (big as your thumb), beechnuts, walnuts, pears, and I love the nectar from the honeysuckle. My neighbor has apple trees and we plan on planting a few of our own.

Green beans fresh from the garden are heavenly!

“I'm just a country boy”

Level 5

Since: Feb 13

.Rooster Run, Ky

#80 Mar 2, 2013
Hi guys, I'm going to try some code to generate characters:

&#128521; winky face

&#128520; little devil

;-):-D :-P :-()

&#128541; &#128526;

if they don't work cut/paste to your web browser or a word document to see them.

“I'm just a country boy”

Level 5

Since: Feb 13

.Rooster Run, Ky

#81 Mar 2, 2013
The wild strawberries here have no flavor, but if you grow the real thing close by they will cross!

It is said that the wild/hybrid taste very good.

“In God we trust”

Level 7

Since: Dec 12

Cape Town, South Africa

#82 Mar 2, 2013
1CountryBumpkin wrote:
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Sorry about that, it's the way I grew up I guess.
I learned to swim when my dad grabbed me by the ankles and threw me into a fast running creek!
Water was only two feet deep but I didn't realize that until AFTER I was swimming!
If you like the outdoors then that's fine by me, we just have different personalities, but I do like swimming

“In God we trust”

Level 7

Since: Dec 12

Cape Town, South Africa

#83 Mar 2, 2013
1CountryBumpkin wrote:
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Sorry about that, it's the way I grew up I guess.
I learned to swim when my dad grabbed me by the ankles and threw me into a fast running creek!
Water was only two feet deep but I didn't realize that until AFTER I was swimming!
Which country is Ky in, I never heard of it since the somerset forum.

“I'm just a country boy”

Level 5

Since: Feb 13

.Rooster Run, Ky

#84 Mar 2, 2013
Carchar king wrote:
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Which country is Ky in, I never heard of it since the somerset forum.
Kentucky, U.S.A.

Is jy regtig van Afrika?

“In God we trust”

Level 7

Since: Dec 12

Cape Town, South Africa

#85 Mar 2, 2013
1CountryBumpkin wrote:
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Kentucky, U.S.A.
Is jy regtig van Afrika?
Ja ek is.

“I'm just a country boy”

Level 5

Since: Feb 13

.Rooster Run, Ky

#86 Mar 3, 2013
Ya'll got me cravin' some Cajun food!

So I went looking to see if I can order it fresh...

Bullseye!:

http://www.fishermanscoveseafood.com/a-taste-...

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Since: Aug 08

Location hidden

#87 Mar 3, 2013
1CountryBumpkin wrote:
<quoted text>For me it's about living off the land; I can make do with what grows natural around me. Old country folks did that and were very content. Every time I get a few days away from the grind I head up the mountain, the wind through the mountain top seems to whisper to me like part of my soul. I have a place I call window rock...most beautiful sunrise I ever saw was framed by the view looking through that rock to another mountain top beyond as the sun was just coming up! As I was turning to come down I saw big Bull elk below me about 400 yards away, he stopped and raised his head and bugled as if to say "Good morning sunshine!". Sometimes it's surreal to be here in camo and nothing sees me, and I am fortunate enough to see it all.

I love to write, and this kind of natural beauty inspires me.

I would love to share some of my photographs...maybe one day I'll post some video on YouTube.
You should share on YouTube.

I hear you on getting out there. I love hitting the blue ridge parkway (my wife likes to bring her nice camera) and also going up to Canada fishing and having shore lunches with freshly caught fish. I also like being unplugged when in Canada. The whole world could have died, and I wouldn't have a clue.

“I'm just a country boy”

Level 5

Since: Feb 13

.Rooster Run, Ky

#88 Mar 3, 2013
Sublime1 wrote:
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You should share on YouTube.
I hear you on getting out there. I love hitting the blue ridge parkway (my wife likes to bring her nice camera) and also going up to Canada fishing and having shore lunches with freshly caught fish. I also like being unplugged when in Canada. The whole world could have died, and I wouldn't have a clue.
Shore lunches!

Oh Yeah, when I was a kid we lived in Ohio. Mom and Dad used to take the camper (truck bed slider) to a place called Twin Creek.
We were there with two other car loads (they camped in tents).
One night we were setting around a big bon fire about 30 feet from a large creek when dad had just put his guitar away to drink some beer...when all of a sudden a herd of deer hit the creek like the world was on fire behind them! They ran from the other side straight towards us! We were all amazed for a second or two then we discovered why they were running, about a dozen coyotes began howling, barking yipping and making the biggest commotion I ever heard. We saw their eyes glowing as they hit the water running towards our camp! Mom climbed the ladder and climbed up the camper and dad grabbed me and was right behind.
Everyone else seemed to think they were wolves which made my dad laugh so hard he almost fell off the roof of the camper!
Dad holwled and yipped like a coyote and each time he did, they answered! Then they came into our camp and took all the food left out in our rush to get to safety. I was never so scared, I was all of 6 or 7 years old then (1970). We had steak and chicken...so the coyote ate well, lol. Next day our shore lunch was fresh caught rainbow trout; because dad refused to go buy more stuff from a store..too far he said.

“I'm just a country boy”

Level 5

Since: Feb 13

.Rooster Run, Ky

#89 Mar 3, 2013
Sublime1 wrote:
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You should share on YouTube.
I hear you on getting out there. I love hitting the blue ridge parkway (my wife likes to bring her nice camera) and also going up to Canada fishing and having shore lunches with freshly caught fish. I also like being unplugged when in Canada. The whole world could have died, and I wouldn't have a clue.
I will share as soon as I'm sure about security/google analytics and such, lol!

My account is created.

Video will be made just for this!
Thanks for the inspiration./:-)

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#90 Mar 3, 2013
1CountryBumpkin wrote:
Hi guys, I'm going to try some code to generate characters:
&#128521; winky face
&#128520; little devil
;-):-D :-P :-()
&#128541; &#128526;
if they don't work cut/paste to your web browser or a word document to see them.
thia sign + means plus, also means the Cross/Red Cross

“In God we trust”

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Since: Dec 12

Cape Town, South Africa

#91 Mar 3, 2013
-TheExam- wrote:
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thia sign + means plus, also means the Cross/Red Cross
Well, I know that.

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Since: Aug 08

Location hidden

#92 Mar 4, 2013
1CountryBumpkin wrote:
<quoted text>
Shore lunches!
Oh Yeah, when I was a kid we lived in Ohio. Mom and Dad used to take the camper (truck bed slider) to a place called Twin Creek.
We were there with two other car loads (they camped in tents).
One night we were setting around a big bon fire about 30 feet from a large creek when dad had just put his guitar away to drink some beer...when all of a sudden a herd of deer hit the creek like the world was on fire behind them! They ran from the other side straight towards us! We were all amazed for a second or two then we discovered why they were running, about a dozen coyotes began howling, barking yipping and making the biggest commotion I ever heard. We saw their eyes glowing as they hit the water running towards our camp! Mom climbed the ladder and climbed up the camper and dad grabbed me and was right behind.
Everyone else seemed to think they were wolves which made my dad laugh so hard he almost fell off the roof of the camper!
Dad holwled and yipped like a coyote and each time he did, they answered! Then they came into our camp and took all the food left out in our rush to get to safety. I was never so scared, I was all of 6 or 7 years old then (1970). We had steak and chicken...so the coyote ate well, lol. Next day our shore lunch was fresh caught rainbow trout; because dad refused to go buy more stuff from a store..too far he said.
That's a great story. We were on a house boat one time on Rainy Lake in Minnesota. There was a ladder on the front of the boat and I was climbing down it at around 6:00 AM to get into our smaller fishing boat. As I was climbing down it with my back facing the island, my wife says to me, Sublime, there is a bear behind you.

I turned around and maybe 30-40 feet away was a big black bear looking at me. I climbed back up onto the house boat real quick like.

I love Canada. I love Boreal forests. It's probably my favorite place to be.

“I'm just a country boy”

Level 5

Since: Feb 13

.Rooster Run, Ky

#93 Mar 4, 2013
Sublime1 wrote:
<quoted text>
That's a great story. We were on a house boat one time on Rainy Lake in Minnesota. There was a ladder on the front of the boat and I was climbing down it at around 6:00 AM to get into our smaller fishing boat. As I was climbing down it with my back facing the island, my wife says to me, Sublime, there is a bear behind you.
I turned around and maybe 30-40 feet away was a big black bear looking at me. I climbed back up onto the house boat real quick like.
I love Canada. I love Boreal forests. It's probably my favorite place to be.
Now that is SCARY! have you ever seen how fast a black bear can use a man made ladder?
They must practice in their dreams!

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