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hayshaker:
just lately i've been able to get out to the camp and spend some time.
no carving feather sticks like that. just kinda hanging out.
i must say that camping out alone sucks. trying to make the best of it anyhow.
i have spent a few overnighters as of late it felt good. now i've got bird feeders outside the tent
little more company now i guess.

the cats love to watch the birds too . going to start cooking more out there soon.

wolfy:
If you know any male kids that don't have the opportunity to go camping, but would like to.....a simple invitation to do so, might be just what the doctor ordered. :shrug: :thumbsup:

hayshaker:
actually had a couple come out a few times last summer with the grand son.
though he's in cub scouts he said he's never went camping just meetings and book learning.
and sadly with a very socialist slant what has scouting come to seriously'
anyhow I got the chance to teach him fire craft pitching a tent some cooking archery
and how to outfit a pack. and gave him a mess of gear and pack none of witch he had.
that made me happy to help  in that way. I hope they come out this summer.
btw last night I stayed out in the tent brrrrrrrrrr is it still winter or is old age creeping up on me?

wolfy:
Both! :rofl:

Phaedrus:
I'm kind of the weirdo I guess but I love camping alone.  Hopefully though you can find a bushbuddy to take out with you.

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