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    Cats are the ultimate ninjas. I have seen a few grizzly bears in the wild and they are kinda scary. But I've never seen a mountain lion even though I'm sure they have seen me. To me THAT is scary as hell.
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    My brother in law and I were fishing at Swift Dam a few years back, and we came across some bear sign by the shore. A little ways down he found some sign and said look, more bear. I said no, it's Cat. He was relieved, but I said at least we might see a bear coming, we won't know the cats coming until he's chewing one of our faces off!

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    Quote Originally Posted by lessismore View Post
    My brother in law and I were fishing at Swift Dam a few years back, and we came across some bear sign by the shore. A little ways down he found some sign and said look, more bear. I said no, it's Cat. He was relieved, but I said at least we might see a bear coming, we won't know the cats coming until he's chewing one of our faces off!
    He was relieved? I'd have been headed toward the car.

    Bears and big cats. All that's missing is the Aligators.
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    Tim

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    Quote Originally Posted by lessismore View Post
    My brother in law and I were fishing at Swift Dam a few years back, and we came across some bear sign by the shore. A little ways down he found some sign and said look, more bear. I said no, it's Cat. He was relieved, but I said at least we might see a bear coming, we won't know the cats coming until he's chewing one of our faces off!
    "As long as I can outrun you, I'm not scared of them".
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    Quote Originally Posted by protourist View Post
    "As long as I can outrun you, I'm not scared of them".
    Ha! Then I know where the first round from the bear gun is going.........your foot!

    Outrun me now sucka!!!!!

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    You're a quick learner.
    Rest in peace Maniacal Pete and DougC. You were the best of us and will not be forgotten.

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    This is why you never dive without a knife. Cut your dive buddy if the sharks look like they're getting a bit antsy.

    Like shooting, cut placement is the key. I go for the hamstring or Achilles' tendon.
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    Unless it's an Orca, just ask Richard Harris!

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    Orcas . They think they're sooooo smart.

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    You might like orca's but...
    turtles1.jpg
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    Ha, a classic.

    I dont want nothin to do with Orcas, that movie scared the crap out of me. Worse than Jaws.

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    A newer movies that really creeped me out was "Dark skies". Movies never really bother me but the Exorcist...when I was young and Dark skies actually gave me nightmares.
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    Jaws is a cinematic masterpiece. Probably my all time favorite.

    When I was younger, "Alien" and John Carpenters "The Thing" were the two that got to me.
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    Stupid movie but scared the hell out of me when I was a kid.
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    Rest in peace Maniacal Pete and DougC. You were the best of us and will not be forgotten.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lessismore View Post
    No, surprisingly they were following the guineas around as docile as could be. I was surprised the guineas weren't running them off, they are pretty territorial too. 8 guineas, six geese, six cats, and two dogs all in about a 30 foot square living in harmony for about a half hour, pretty sure that means the world is gonna end.
    And a Partridge in a pear tree! Its not even September! Those Geese move fast!
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    Yeah, it's a regular zoo around here.
    Winter is just around the corner, come up and visit in January, all that sunshine is bad for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lessismore View Post
    Yeah, it's a regular zoo around here.
    Winter is just around the corner, come up and visit in January, all that sunshine is bad for you.
    I went paddling on the river with the Mrs. For a couple hours yesterday. Winter might be closer than I'd like it to be. The Bald Eagles winter around here because the rivers don't always freeze. We spotted a very large (assuming a female) eagle coming across the river and perching in a tree.

    I tried to get some pics but she wouldn't let us get close enough for my phone to get a good shot.







    I assume she is here looking for a place to nest.

    The cranes were out in numbers as well.



    It's strange to see wildlife like this less than a mile from where I live and in a suburb of Chicago.

    On top of that, tomorrow, in the same town that has Eagles, owls, deer and others is this:

    http://www.genevaconcours.net

    It's the best of both worlds and all within walking distance .
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