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Strange Experience Today in the Lost Creek Wilderness

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Re: Strange Experience Today in the Lost Creek Wilderness

Postby dcbates80911 » Fri Feb 19, 2010 9:41 am

JB99 wrote:
cvrti5 wrote:Can you do me a favor and go to these two general locations tonight?


Nope, I also won't be putting any energy into investigating whether or not we landed on the moon, who killed Kennedy, whether or not the world will end in 2012, the existence of werewolves, vampires, zombies, ghosts or whether or not Obama was born in this country. I already put a lot into that Tooth Fairy investigation and think I came up with pretty ground breaking results.


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Re: Strange Experience Today in the Lost Creek Wilderness

Postby Doug Shaw » Fri Feb 19, 2010 9:42 am

My vote: illegal grow operation in the area trying to scare people away.

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Re: Strange Experience Today in the Lost Creek Wilderness

Postby Agapeman » Fri Feb 19, 2010 1:31 pm

Great now I'm all spooked about doing the LCW loop solo in the spring I've been planning. :shock:

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Re: Strange Experience Today in the Lost Creek Wilderness

Postby JB99 » Fri Feb 19, 2010 3:03 pm

cvrti5 wrote:I think we need to gather up a posse, and hunt the damn thing down. Anyone in? PM me.


Also if anyone wants to go snipe hunting then let me know, I'm getting a group together.
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Re: Strange Experience Today in the Lost Creek Wilderness

Postby Jim Davies » Fri Feb 19, 2010 3:04 pm

Be sure to take lots of blurry pictures of the melted-out footprints.
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Re: Strange Experience Today in the Lost Creek Wilderness

Postby covfrrider » Fri Feb 19, 2010 3:14 pm

JB99 wrote:
cvrti5 wrote:I think we need to gather up a posse, and hunt the damn thing down. Anyone in? PM me.


Also if anyone wants to go snipe hunting then let me know, I'm getting a group together.


I'm in JB, as long as it's snipe hunting in the LCW, on Friday the 13th, under a moonless night with only a $0.99 flashlight from Walgreens and we can wear cotton.

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Re: Strange Experience Today in the Lost Creek Wilderness

Postby Mountainspirit » Fri Feb 19, 2010 3:17 pm

JB99 wrote:Also if anyone wants to go snipe hunting then let me know, I'm getting a group together.


I could've sworn snipes were only in South America. :wink:
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Re: Strange Experience Today in the Lost Creek Wilderness

Postby Presto » Fri Feb 19, 2010 3:20 pm

by covfrrider » Fri Feb 19, 2010 3:14 pm

JB99 wrote:
Also if anyone wants to go snipe hunting then let me know, I'm getting a group together.

I'm in JB, as long as it's snipe hunting in the LCW, on Friday the 13th, under a moonless night with only a $0.99 flashlight from Walgreens and we can wear cotton.


Now, we're talking! =D> We need a paper bag and a stick (from what I recall from my "snipe hunting initiation" experience). 8)
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Re: Strange Experience Today in the Lost Creek Wilderness

Postby covfrrider » Fri Feb 19, 2010 3:50 pm

cvrti5 wrote:
g wrote:Is the BBQ going to be in LCW?

No, they wanted to do it in my backyard. I say go for it, my backyard is a giant drainage pond that is full of water from the recent snowstorm.


That's no fun... it's only fun to do it on someone else's private property! :lol:

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Re: Strange Experience Today in the Lost Creek Wilderness

Postby pnolans » Thu Apr 15, 2010 9:57 pm

Hey, I'm pretty sure Big Foot exists. One of my best friends can hardly ever go snowboarding because he wears a size 15 shoe.

Now THAT'S a Big Foot.
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