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Discussion in 'Wilderness & Survival Skills' started by Esav Benyamin, Apr 23, 2010.
"Morse lost her husband, David, 41, a father of two, in a skiing accident at Sugarloaf ski resort in Maine" - in a "comedy of horrors".
Game old bird gives a moose a go with the twatting stick
Tough ol' broad.
There is no word for the awesomeness that is. Any more pics? I'm hoping there is a bed in the back. Here's to no roll-over accidents, though.
No Rick this is all I've got. Sure looks like a blessing and a curse in waiting. http://photoblog.msnbc.msn.com/_new...-swiss-man-installs-wood-burning-stove-in-car
I can do you a few firewood in the fuel tanks though.
And there's always this.
Thanks BTII.... that is so cool. I haven't read the whole article, yet.... I wonder if these would be legal to drive these days and if the are compatible with modern vehicle engine design.
Thought the scandi fans out there would like this. Possible Ken Onion scandi? Interesting to see if nothing else.
The aliens laughed at the pugilist and his loyal companion for this was not a sport. And they named him Punching at Coyotes.
Contestant being evaluated for prize.
On the trail of a killer grizzly bear.
Thanks for the grizzly read bud :thumbup:
John's (JK Knives) 4th Anniversary is coming. He is having a design contest, check out the designs and cast a vote if you feel like it!
Thanks for the heads up. Voted :thumbup:
Ok, three groups are down to one. Have a look and vote for your favorite design for John's 4th Anniversary contest!
A Canadian camper trapped on a remote Norwegian island with a broken foot decided to do something drastic to attract rescue workers' attention....The hapless Canadian was taken to a hospital in the city of Tromso before he could do any more damage to the area.
That's one way to do it, I suppose. The "Moderate" injury comment has me scratching my head, though. Depending on the terrain, a broken foot is not a debilitating injury with a little ingenuity... but I was not there so I'll refrain from passing judgement.