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I never understood camo wallets OR knives for that matter, but the thought of an ORANGE knife just gives me the heebie-jeebies! :spider:
That's understandable, Craig. Nebraska is so flat you could see your knife laying on the ground 300 yds away. :taunt:
A common misconception of NEBRASKA geography......the Platte Valley that I-80 and the Union Pacific run through is flat and the reason the Oregon & Mormon Trail run through it. :P   The rest of the State is far from flat......which you can plainly see IF you select Highway 20 to drive across the state.  It's beautiful up here and NOT TOO BAD if you don't want to drive on a FLAT and boring Interstate Highway system. 

......and Moe, the ORANGE lanyard I could abide, maybe. :shrug:

  Well that's a good thing,  but you'd probably be distracted by my bright hunter orange tarp ridge line and tie outs,  I have a habit of getting tripped up or clothes lined by un noticed tie down lines,  so the bright orange lines help to keep me upright,  they are also easier to see in the dark in the beam of a flash light.
  Also used to use short strips of hunter orange wool yarn to mark trail in unfamiliar country when hunting,  coming out of the woods in near dark following the bits of yarn with the help of a small Maglite was like following a lighted boulevard, it was better than using surveyor's tape, the forest critters and birds would use it to make nests and it was biodegradable unlike plastic or nylon surveying tape that hung around for decades.   
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General Outings / Re: Buffalo Co. South Dakota
« Last post by Moe M. on Today at 05:47:23 AM »
The more common snakes have that effect. Garter snakes in particular are smelly. Northeastern Timber rattle snakes are dry and seem to have no smell. Much like a lizards skin.

  Yup, and they really do taste like chicken.   (grin)
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General Discussion / Re: The Wildlife Thread
« Last post by Phaedrus on Today at 12:58:49 AM »
Great pics!
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General Discussion / Re: The Wildlife Thread
« Last post by Old Philosopher on Today at 12:57:37 AM »
We have an average of 3 different pairs that raise a family each year in this choice real estate.


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General Discussion / Re: Shutterbug showcase
« Last post by Old Philosopher on Today at 12:54:20 AM »
Whoo-Hoo! :banana:  I finally joined the club!

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General Discussion / Re: new life on th farm
« Last post by Phaedrus on Yesterday at 11:42:07 PM »
Yep, the circle of life is always turning on the farm!
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General Discussion / Re: Just thinking
« Last post by Phaedrus on Yesterday at 11:41:32 PM »
Well, later this week I will moving to Coeur d'Alene, ID! :D  I will always have some affection for the midwest where I've spent the last 49 years of my life but I'm eager to get out where the bushwhackin' is better! 8)  Hopefully there are some other Blades & Bushlore folks out that way!
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General Discussion / Re: recient wood finds
« Last post by Phaedrus on Yesterday at 11:39:33 PM »
Nice chunk! I see many projects in his future! 8)
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General Discussion / Re: Just thinking
« Last post by duxdawg on Yesterday at 06:06:10 PM »
Just popping in to say I have been enjoying the thread.   :)
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General Discussion / Re: new life on th farm
« Last post by duxdawg on Yesterday at 05:55:55 PM »
Very cool. Each season brings its things we watch for.
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