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Mimi wrote:
23 Mar 2021, 10:30am
revbob wrote:
22 Mar 2021, 9:42pm
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BostonBeaneater wrote:
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revbob wrote:
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Y'all can try and top deer fucking in my back yard but you can't!
Share your porn!
In broad daylight? What is the world coming to? THINK OF THE CHILDREN.
Kids see more deer* fucking on the internet before the age of 3 than you and I ever will. That's straight truth.

* This includes moose, elk, and caribou.
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revbob wrote:
22 Mar 2021, 5:23pm
Y'all can try and top deer fucking in my back yard but you can't!
Hello,

Blast Rush Limbaugh monologues out into the back yard. That'll kill the mood.

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Mimi wrote:
23 Mar 2021, 10:30am
revbob wrote:
22 Mar 2021, 9:42pm
20201123_075959.jpg
BostonBeaneater wrote:
22 Mar 2021, 9:30pm
revbob wrote:
22 Mar 2021, 5:23pm
Y'all can try and top deer fucking in my back yard but you can't!
Share your porn!
In broad daylight? What is the world coming to? THINK OF THE CHILDREN.
It was early in the AM, the buck probably had a case of morning wood.

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The Champlain Valley . Thats White Face mountain with the snow on it. (Where the 1980 winter Olympics were held. Conditions were a little slick and I wound up with mud all over my ass from a slip on the way down but it was a great little hike.
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revbob wrote:
23 Mar 2021, 2:07pm
The Champlain Valley . Thats White Face mountain with the snow on it. (Where the 1980 winter Olympics were held. Conditions were a little slick and I wound up with mud all over my ass from a slip on the way down but it was a great little hike.
Very nice. Where are you standing, somewhere south of Burlington?
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BostonBeaneater wrote:
23 Mar 2021, 2:52pm
revbob wrote:
23 Mar 2021, 2:07pm
The Champlain Valley . Thats White Face mountain with the snow on it. (Where the 1980 winter Olympics were held. Conditions were a little slick and I wound up with mud all over my ass from a slip on the way down but it was a great little hike.
Very nice. Where are you standing, somewhere south of Burlington?
Yeah Mount Philo in Charlotte. I nice little hike when you dont have all day.

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revbob wrote:
23 Mar 2021, 3:17pm
BostonBeaneater wrote:
23 Mar 2021, 2:52pm
revbob wrote:
23 Mar 2021, 2:07pm
The Champlain Valley . Thats White Face mountain with the snow on it. (Where the 1980 winter Olympics were held. Conditions were a little slick and I wound up with mud all over my ass from a slip on the way down but it was a great little hike.
Very nice. Where are you standing, somewhere south of Burlington?
Yeah Mount Philo in Charlotte. I nice little hike when you dont have all day.
Hello,

I've never really spent much time in Burlington but I have a friend who raves about it. I have had a few events in Plattsburgh.

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gkbill wrote:
23 Mar 2021, 3:43pm
revbob wrote:
23 Mar 2021, 3:17pm
BostonBeaneater wrote:
23 Mar 2021, 2:52pm
revbob wrote:
23 Mar 2021, 2:07pm
The Champlain Valley . Thats White Face mountain with the snow on it. (Where the 1980 winter Olympics were held. Conditions were a little slick and I wound up with mud all over my ass from a slip on the way down but it was a great little hike.
Very nice. Where are you standing, somewhere south of Burlington?
Yeah Mount Philo in Charlotte. I nice little hike when you dont have all day.
Hello,

I've never really spent much time in Burlington but I have a friend who raves about it. I have had a few events in Plattsburgh.
My tolerance for winter isnt what it once was but otherwise I generally love it. Next time you go to Plattsburgh make an effort to get to the other side of the lake. We can hang out . Are you still in the northeast?

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revbob wrote:
23 Mar 2021, 3:17pm
BostonBeaneater wrote:
23 Mar 2021, 2:52pm
revbob wrote:
23 Mar 2021, 2:07pm
The Champlain Valley . Thats White Face mountain with the snow on it. (Where the 1980 winter Olympics were held. Conditions were a little slick and I wound up with mud all over my ass from a slip on the way down but it was a great little hike.
Very nice. Where are you standing, somewhere south of Burlington?
Yeah Mount Philo in Charlotte. I nice little hike when you dont have all day.
I use AllTrails for my hiking. It's a good app, keeps you from being one of those who wind up being plucked from the forest by a helicopter rescue team.

There it is:
https://www.alltrails.com/explore/trail ... hilo-trail
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BostonBeaneater wrote:
23 Mar 2021, 6:05pm
revbob wrote:
23 Mar 2021, 3:17pm
BostonBeaneater wrote:
23 Mar 2021, 2:52pm
revbob wrote:
23 Mar 2021, 2:07pm
The Champlain Valley . Thats White Face mountain with the snow on it. (Where the 1980 winter Olympics were held. Conditions were a little slick and I wound up with mud all over my ass from a slip on the way down but it was a great little hike.
Very nice. Where are you standing, somewhere south of Burlington?
Yeah Mount Philo in Charlotte. I nice little hike when you dont have all day.
I use AllTrails for my hiking. It's a good app, keeps you from being one of those who wind up being plucked from the forest by a helicopter rescue team.

There it is:
https://www.alltrails.com/explore/trail ... hilo-trail
Cool, yeah there's a paved road to the top or you can do a trail to the top which is what we normally do. Like I said its a pretty quick hike and you get nice views at the top. Its about 30 min away from my place.

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revbob wrote:
23 Mar 2021, 6:12pm
BostonBeaneater wrote:
23 Mar 2021, 6:05pm

I use AllTrails for my hiking. It's a good app, keeps you from being one of those who wind up being plucked from the forest by a helicopter rescue team.

There it is:
https://www.alltrails.com/explore/trail ... hilo-trail
Cool, yeah there's a paved road to the top or you can do a trail to the top which is what we normally do. Like I said its a pretty quick hike and you get nice views at the top. Its about 30 min away from my place.
I might do 4-5 days in Greensboro this summer. I may hit you up for a good hike. I'd like to do the Camel's Hump.
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BostonBeaneater wrote:
23 Mar 2021, 6:33pm
revbob wrote:
23 Mar 2021, 6:12pm
BostonBeaneater wrote:
23 Mar 2021, 6:05pm

I use AllTrails for my hiking. It's a good app, keeps you from being one of those who wind up being plucked from the forest by a helicopter rescue team.

There it is:
https://www.alltrails.com/explore/trail ... hilo-trail
Cool, yeah there's a paved road to the top or you can do a trail to the top which is what we normally do. Like I said its a pretty quick hike and you get nice views at the top. Its about 30 min away from my place.
I might do 4-5 days in Greensboro this summer. I may hit you up for a good hike. I'd like to do the Camel's Hump.
Absolutely.
Dont stand me up this time.

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revbob wrote:
23 Mar 2021, 8:01pm
BostonBeaneater wrote:
23 Mar 2021, 6:33pm
revbob wrote:
23 Mar 2021, 6:12pm
BostonBeaneater wrote:
23 Mar 2021, 6:05pm

I use AllTrails for my hiking. It's a good app, keeps you from being one of those who wind up being plucked from the forest by a helicopter rescue team.

There it is:
https://www.alltrails.com/explore/trail ... hilo-trail
Cool, yeah there's a paved road to the top or you can do a trail to the top which is what we normally do. Like I said its a pretty quick hike and you get nice views at the top. Its about 30 min away from my place.
I might do 4-5 days in Greensboro this summer. I may hit you up for a good hike. I'd like to do the Camel's Hump.
Absolutely.
Dont stand me up this time.
This has all the makings of a Law & Order episode!
Back off, or I'll blow the roof off—with sound!

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Dr. Medulla wrote:
23 Mar 2021, 8:10pm
revbob wrote:
23 Mar 2021, 8:01pm
BostonBeaneater wrote:
23 Mar 2021, 6:33pm
revbob wrote:
23 Mar 2021, 6:12pm
BostonBeaneater wrote:
23 Mar 2021, 6:05pm

I use AllTrails for my hiking. It's a good app, keeps you from being one of those who wind up being plucked from the forest by a helicopter rescue team.

There it is:
https://www.alltrails.com/explore/trail ... hilo-trail
Cool, yeah there's a paved road to the top or you can do a trail to the top which is what we normally do. Like I said its a pretty quick hike and you get nice views at the top. Its about 30 min away from my place.
I might do 4-5 days in Greensboro this summer. I may hit you up for a good hike. I'd like to do the Camel's Hump.
Absolutely.
Dont stand me up this time.
This has all the makings of a Law & Order episode!
As long as it isnt the SUV version.

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revbob wrote:
23 Mar 2021, 8:54pm
Dr. Medulla wrote:
23 Mar 2021, 8:10pm
revbob wrote:
23 Mar 2021, 8:01pm
BostonBeaneater wrote:
23 Mar 2021, 6:33pm
revbob wrote:
23 Mar 2021, 6:12pm


Cool, yeah there's a paved road to the top or you can do a trail to the top which is what we normally do. Like I said its a pretty quick hike and you get nice views at the top. Its about 30 min away from my place.
I might do 4-5 days in Greensboro this summer. I may hit you up for a good hike. I'd like to do the Camel's Hump.
Absolutely.
Dont stand me up this time.
This has all the makings of a Law & Order episode!
As long as it isnt the SUV version.
Ice T is going to need a moment to understand what the hell Beaneater was thinking.
Back off, or I'll blow the roof off—with sound!

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