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Paulyseggs

Supporter, Male, from CT.
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A few years ago, I was having a bad day. Nothing could have been worse. I was at work, cutting meat in a grocery store, and I looked down an aisle. There was a young girl, maybe 12 or 14. Doing ballerina twirls down the aisle. No music, no audience. Just dancing. What made this special to...

Comments: 9 Aug 21, 2019

Tales from the Road: Death Camps

Beach Hiker

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Part 1 Humanity has a strange fascination for the macabre. Sites such as the catacombs in Rome, or those hidden under the streets of Paris, attract large crowds. It is indeed a bizarre, creepy and rather unsettling thing to walk around the tiny underground corridors of these open graveyards...

Comments: 2 Aug 21, 2019

Baby Goats

Paulyseggs

Supporter, Male, from CT.
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Held a baby goat today. First time I think. 3weeks old and it fell asleep in my arms. Not gonna lie. It was pretty damm cute. Really melted my stress away. Its kinda amazing what animals do to us. Provide us with so much life support. Physically. Mentally and emotionally. Within one animal...

Comments: 1 Aug 21, 2019

Part 2 Matched Pair of Point Blankets

Red Ochre

Supporter, Male, from PNW
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Continued Brushing out the wet blanket really shows any flaws it may have and brushing helps bring up many of the little feathers and other things stuck in the fibers. [ATTACH] [ATTACH] Some of the little feathers and loose fibers. [ATTACH] The wool was also pretty felted up and flat when...

Comments: 4 Aug 21, 2019

Matched pair of Hudson's Bay 4 Point Blankets for rcwells

Red Ochre

Supporter, Male, from PNW
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So I get a message from my friend rcwells saying he scored a couple point blankets and wanted to ship them to me for an overhaul. [ATTACH] After a couple days they arrived in a big box and I see they are a matched pair of rare 70+ year old ink-dotted blankets from the 1940s. The Mill that...

Comments: 0 Aug 21, 2019

Tales from the Road: Packs and Gear

Beach Hiker

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Packs and Gear After a long time travelling, one begins to truly understand and appreciate the importance of good gear. Without it, your life will become extremely difficult, if not downright miserable. I understood the concept, but had never had the opportunity to put it to the test. Spending...

Comments: 0 Aug 21, 2019

Turkey Vest Diet

werewolf won

TANSTAAFL
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I have been on the search for a new vest or bag for turkey hunting for a while now. My favorite one has been brought back from the grave with multiple patches and re-sewn seams but it’s one trip away from shaking off it’s mortal coil for good. Sadly it is a discontinued model and I have just...

Comments: 2 Aug 21, 2019

Home

Mox wanders

Tracker, Male, from Mississippi
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Well as the title says, and I'm sure many have guessed....I'm home. Yep! Back in the great state of Mississippi. Let me tell y'all...being gone for over a year, I can see how much I've missed while gone. My daughter and son has grown SO much. My son was a month old when I left. A little bitty...

Comments: 6 Aug 21, 2019

Hittin the Road part 7: the road

Beach Hiker

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Hittin the Road part 7 In April I turned 16. I was now legally of age to do a lot of things... including travel. The school year groaned on and I paid little to no attention. My teachers basically believed I was a serial liar about leaving for Europe, and rather than show any interest, concern...

Comments: 6 Aug 21, 2019