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    What is your guys favorite memory from the bush. I have so many that I cant even Choose. I want to see how many of you can actually pick one memory that is your favorite, and i like reading the stories.

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    My favorite memory, is when I was hunting in the Rocky Mountain National park and hit this nice elk from 20 yards away with my recurve. As I was tracking him, he fell right next to a steep ridge, as I was trying to pull the arrow out of him, I slipt and fell down the ledge and pass out. I awoke next to Bear Grylls, who had rescued me from almost falling into a pit of ferocious Mammoths, he healed me with his legendary piss. After about 2 weeks frollicing in the outdoors of Colorado, we found civilization, but only to realize that the apocolypse had hit. True story.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ColoradoBowyer View Post
    My favorite memory, is when I was hunting in the Rocky Mountain National park and hit this nice elk from 20 yards away with my recurve. As I was tracking him, he fell right next to a steep ridge, as I was trying to pull the arrow out of him, I slipt and fell down the ledge and pass out. I awoke next to Bear Grylls, who had rescued me from almost falling into a pit of ferocious Mammoths, he healed me with his legendary piss. After about 2 weeks frollicing in the outdoors of Colorado, we found civilization, but only to realize that the apocolypse had hit. True story.
    Hahaha. Wow. Didn't see that coming.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OutdoorColorado View Post
    What is your guys favorite memory from the bush. I have so many that I cant even Choose. I want to see how many of you can actually pick one memory that is your favorite, and i like reading the stories.
    Sorry, man. I can't pick a favorite either. The worst time I ever had in the wild was wonderful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FreeMe View Post
    Sorry, man. I can't pick a favorite either. The worst time I ever had in the wild was wonderful.
    Ive tried and tried. For the life of me I cannot pick. And just like you, the worst time was still way better than sitting inside being bored.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OutdoorColorado View Post
    Ive tried and tried. For the life of me I cannot pick. And just like you, the worst time was still way better than sitting inside being bored.
    I don't know about all of that but yeah I don't think that I can pick a "best"
    I can think of lots of great memories though!
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    About 13 years ago me and my girlfriend at the time and I went up into the blueridge mountains to a waterfall my hiking buddy at the time and I had found a few months back. It was only about a 4 mile hike in. We setup camp, ate dinner and just talked and cuddled by the waterfall. After desert and over her favorite peppermint tea I asked her to marry me and she said yes. That's the simplified version anyway. I've got a lot of great memories in and of nature but that one tops them all.

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    the very favorite? We've been reminded several times that this is a family forum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crookedknife View Post
    the very favorite? We've been reminded several times that this is a family forum.
    Haha. Didn't mean it that way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ColoradoBowyer View Post
    My favorite memory, is when I was hunting in the Rocky Mountain National park and hit this nice elk from 20 yards away with my recurve. As I was tracking him, he fell right next to a steep ridge, as I was trying to pull the arrow out of him, I slipt and fell down the ledge and pass out. I awoke next to Bear Grylls, who had rescued me from almost falling into a pit of ferocious Mammoths, he healed me with his legendary piss. After about 2 weeks frollicing in the outdoors of Colorado, we found civilization, but only to realize that the apocolypse had hit. True story.
    Uh, you want to admit to frolicking with Bear Grylls? Too much information!

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