CLEAN UP SUGGESTION
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#16: Re: CLEAN UP SUGGESTION Author: trackerLocation: Manitoba, Canada PostPosted: Fri Oct 05, 2007 1:15 pm
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Bushmaster wrote:
Split and stack..?!?..I must follow after you when you leave camp...I must say, you might be too good to be true...

Nah, it doesn't take much to leave enough to get someone started. When I was up north I used to leave buried food stashes (canned goods) behind too and mark them. Oftentimes I'd wind up back at the same site and dig up my own stash or find someone had left something else. This was back in the deep bush, trapper's territory not like highway accessible campgrounds or anything, but I try to stick to the firewood rule when I'm in a regular campground too. Got a grandson to teach now, so I want him to do things the right way.

#17: Re: CLEAN UP SUGGESTION Author: trackerLocation: Manitoba, Canada PostPosted: Fri Oct 05, 2007 1:16 pm
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Donut Slayer wrote:
Hello SwampFox, I guess the donut comes first. But I really dont know for sure as when donuts are around me, they dont stay long. Very Happy

What happens to the hole after the donut's gone?

#18: Re: CLEAN UP SUGGESTION Author: SwampFoxLocation: Destin, Florida PostPosted: Fri Oct 05, 2007 3:45 pm
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Rudy,
I wish you and your son luck 5-0 is a great start. I wish Bobby's boys could do as well as 5-0.

I will be going through Navarre in the morning and coming back through Navarre in the afternoon. Going to shoot sporting clays with the guys over at the range in Pace.
Ed

#19: Re: CLEAN UP SUGGESTION Author: Donut SlayerLocation: Pensacola, Florida PostPosted: Fri Oct 05, 2007 6:31 pm
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SwampFox wrote:
Rudy,
I wish you and your son luck 5-0 is a great start. I wish Bobby's boys could do as well as 5-0.

I will be going through Navarre in the morning and coming back through Navarre in the afternoon. Going to shoot sporting clays with the guys over at the range in Pace.
Ed
The one on quintette rd? The state run range? I hunt not too far from there on the pace side.

#20: Re: CLEAN UP SUGGESTION Author: Donut SlayerLocation: Pensacola, Florida PostPosted: Fri Oct 05, 2007 6:32 pm
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tracker wrote:
Donut Slayer wrote:
Hello SwampFox, I guess the donut comes first. But I really dont know for sure as when donuts are around me, they dont stay long. Very Happy

What happens to the hole after the donut's gone?
It reappears later, but dosent look the same. Shocked

#21: Re: CLEAN UP SUGGESTION Author: VinceLocation: Brisbane AUSTRALIA PostPosted: Fri Oct 05, 2007 7:07 pm
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Donut Slayer wrote:
It reappears later, but dosent look the same. Shocked

Laughing Laughing ROFL Haha

Maybe got some teef marks in it?

The One and Only, Most Illustrious and Mighty Tracker wrote:
Bushy and Vince, et al, absolutely. I usually try to do something extra for a campsite when I leave, maybe split and stack a bit of wood for the next guy or something like that, hopefully people will follow the "pay it forward"

The sort of public campsites I frequent usually don't have provision for wood fires, usually gas or electric BBQs, so I can't leave any timber. However when I leave my campsite on the private property I hunt there is always a stack of split and ready to be split timber left behind for both the property owner if he wants to use it and also my next visit. Its only common courtesy to do what you do. I've said it before, and I'll say it again....the attitudes of people in this website make me proud to call them mate.

Cheers, Vince

#22: Re: CLEAN UP SUGGESTION Author: Donut SlayerLocation: Pensacola, Florida PostPosted: Fri Oct 05, 2007 7:16 pm
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Vince wrote:
Donut Slayer wrote:
It reappears later, but dosent look the same. Shocked

Laughing Laughing ROFL Haha

Maybe got some teef marks in it?

The One and Only, Most Illustrious and Mighty Tracker wrote:
Bushy and Vince, et al, absolutely. I usually try to do something extra for a campsite when I leave, maybe split and stack a bit of wood for the next guy or something like that, hopefully people will follow the "pay it forward"

The sort of public campsites I frequent usually don't have provision for wood fires, usually gas or electric BBQs, so I can't leave any timber. However when I leave my campsite on the private property I hunt there is always a stack of split and ready to be split timber left behind for both the property owner if he wants to use it and also my next visit. Its only common courtesy to do what you do. I've said it before, and I'll say it again....the attitudes of people in this website make me proud to call them mate.

Cheers, Vince
Cheers This site is one of the best sites I've been too in a long time. Glad yall let me hang around.

#23: Re: CLEAN UP SUGGESTION Author: VinceLocation: Brisbane AUSTRALIA PostPosted: Fri Oct 05, 2007 7:25 pm
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Donut Slayer wrote:
This site is one of the best sites I've been too in a long time. Glad yall let me hang around.

Mate, damn proud to have ya here.

Cheers, Vince

#24: Re: CLEAN UP SUGGESTION Author: SwampFoxLocation: Destin, Florida PostPosted: Sat Oct 06, 2007 3:39 am
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Rudy,
Yes, the state range. Glenn who runs the range, had his shop broken into last week and $6k in guns taken. I do not think they have cought the culprits as yet.
Ed

#25: Re: CLEAN UP SUGGESTION Author: hunterjoe21Location: Miles City, Montana PostPosted: Sat Oct 06, 2007 8:34 pm
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SwampFox wrote:


When I depart a location I have one rule, take more than you brought and leave nothing to indicate you were ever there.
Ed

I've gotten into the habit of keepin a trash bag with me anytime i'm in the woods, whether it's a weeklong camping trip or an afternoon of squirel hunting. I guess my time in the Mark Twain National Forest with a DI screaming "IF GOD DIDN'T PUT IT THERE YOU BETTER PICK IT UP" must be stuck in my head....

#26: Re: CLEAN UP SUGGESTION Author: ArronLocation: Cen.Iowa, by way of SWIowa PostPosted: Sun Oct 07, 2007 12:23 am
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I like that line from your old DI. I think I may incorporate it into my own way of things. I do the firewood thing as well. I have been in places where there was NO WOOD around; luckily I called my mom and dad who were few miles away and "invited" them for coffee but if they wanted good coffee they needed to bring wood, HE HE! They did and we had a good time for a few hours drinking campfire coffee and I am not really a coffee drinker.

#27: Re: CLEAN UP SUGGESTION Author: trackerLocation: Manitoba, Canada PostPosted: Tue Oct 09, 2007 8:30 am
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Vince wrote:

The One and Only, Most Illustrious and Mighty Tracker wrote:
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Cheers, Vince

Hey c'mon Vince you left out Noble!, But seriously guys, did I tell you all about the big-a##ed truck I'm looking at buying because of the way Uncle Vinny's been addressing me lately ...need the extra room for my ego Very Happy

#28: Re: CLEAN UP SUGGESTION Author: BushmasterLocation: Ava, Missouri PostPosted: Tue Oct 09, 2007 9:42 am
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Simmer down Tracker...I don't need company on this "ego train"...

#29: Re: CLEAN UP SUGGESTION Author: trackerLocation: Manitoba, Canada PostPosted: Tue Oct 09, 2007 10:03 am
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Don't need to tell me man, tell Vince

#30: Re: CLEAN UP SUGGESTION Author: VinceLocation: Brisbane AUSTRALIA PostPosted: Tue Oct 09, 2007 8:32 pm
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The One and Only, Illustrious and Mighty, Most Benevolent, Gracious, Venerable, Father of All The Little Children, and, Humble....... Tracker wrote:
Don't need to tell me man, tell Vince

Who me ????? Waddid I do this time ??? Shocked Razz Cool

Cheers, Vince



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