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Old 07-05-2009, 11:34 PM
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J E CUSTOM lost his 4-wheeler!!! BWWWAHAHAHA. How the hell could he ever.......

Oh wait, I was going to make fun of J E CUSTOM but I did the same thing. Except I had to walk back to camp in the dark and go find it the next day.
Thanks LR !!!!!

I don't feel any smarter, But at least I'm not the only one swimming in the shallow end
of the gene pool. Ha Ha.

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Old 07-06-2009, 10:27 AM
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Re: Marking Your Pack?

Your right J E, and if the gene pool was the size of a kiddies spash pool, I'd still lose every game of Marco Polo.
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Old 07-15-2009, 08:20 AM
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Your right J E, and if the gene pool was the size of a kiddies spash pool, I'd still lose every game of Marco Polo.
It is good to laugh at ones self occasionally Because it is easier than just feeling stupid
buy your self.

I would like to hear some more tails like this.

I know we are not alone. Only a dozen out of 15,000 ?

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Old 07-15-2009, 10:12 AM
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Re: Marking Your Pack?

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It is good to laugh at ones self occasionally Because it is easier than just feeling stupid
buy your self.

I would like to hear some more tails like this.

I know we are not alone. Only a dozen out of 15,000 ?

J E CUSTOM


Years ago I was looking for a trail that showed on a old topo I had that the early miners minerís had used in the Oxbow drainage in Hells Canyon Idaho. Was horse back on a big timbered hill side and the horses were getting beat so I tied both my saddle horse and the pack horse off in a little pocket and worked up a side canyon on foot thinking that if the trail contoured around the steep little canyon I would see signs of it. It took about 4 hours and when coming back down I misjudged the distance and where I thought I left to horses they were nowhere to be seen. Thank god it was summer time and didnít get dark till about 9:30 because it was about that when I found them.

Looking back though it was a pretty fun day.
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Old 07-17-2009, 01:17 PM
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Re: Marking Your Pack?

Already been covered---GPS and flagging.

Of course you could also just leave it running.....or get one of those danged chirping alarms!!!! HA!!!

If you leave anything unattended in my A.O. [ southwest of Patagonia just north of the border from Nogales]......Someone WILL find it and you will never see it again!!!

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Old 07-25-2009, 03:48 PM
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Re: Marking Your Pack?

So then you boobie trap the area and follow the flash and bang back. OOps, thats probably politically incorrect isn't it.
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