Originally Posted by RDog
Thank you, glad you enjoyed them. I had missed being here, but now remember why I moved back to TN. I love all the wild life here, but the summers in the woods/swamps are even steamier than back home. At least there I can go up into the mountains and get a break from the hot valley.
Thanks man! Yeah, I'd like to see what they would make of them too. They are so noisy rooting around in the palmettos it's impossible not to know they're there most of the time.
Originally Posted by pitdog
I did too...but I'm quickly getting over it
Originally Posted by caine
I've heard some talk about all that, but need to research it myself I guess.
Originally Posted by Irminsul
Thanks for chiming in Joe. Always glad for your input on these things.
Originally Posted by Joezilla
Don't reckon I'll be cuddling with one any time soon...not quite that lonely yet They are an odd creature, they root around in the palmettos where I have been working lately. I've enjoyed having the opportunity to observe them p close.
Originally Posted by scruffuk
I don't know...maybe since I'm loony enough to be out there with the animals in this heat and muck they just think I belong there
Oh, I'm sure...I've seen times in my life when I would have thought it a gift from the gods. Normally the bread type desserts are my favorite MRE components, and I have eaten and liked the carrot cake before. But this time it just down right sucked!
Originally Posted by texasboy
I know, it's not that big...but that's one of the reasons I can get away with carrying it without freaking out too many of the sheeple The CPM S35VN is some pretty impressive stuff from what I see with this knife, the coating is even more impressive, and I friggin love the ergos, feel, and balance. I had wanted a Spartan knife for a while, and one of Mr. Harsey's fixed blades even longer. Now I have both and consider myself lucky that I got to really put one through it's paces...still am actually.
Originally Posted by grunt soldier
“When men speak ill of thee, live so that nobody will believe them.” - Plato