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CavemanCharlie

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Posted: 01/11/21 05:26pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

wa8yxm wrote:

Well my first choice is SING if I can find folks to sing with.
Else.
Well this is a song
When I was a child
I made my way to school
I found the ways of Children
To be terrible and cruel
As I was different
They choose me or the one
The subject of their pleasure
To torment just for fun

As I grew older
I found new books to read
Of Sorcerers and heros
Of wonderous worlds and deeds
From the worlds I read about
I forged a mighty shield
Built walls of gleaming armor
For the schoolyard battlefield.


Title is Wind from Rainbow's wend I'm not sure who wrote it (Perhaps Cliff Flynt the performance you are most likely to hear is Bill Roper.

Bill, naturally, is a friend of mine for some reason

So #2 on my list is READING.

Oh I got even with those kids though. I beat them to graduation by a year.
(Youngest graduate the school ever graduated).


Love the poem. Hope you don't mind if I steal it.

CavemanCharlie

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If I am setting around the campfire I AM relaxing. I don't need to do anything else except stare at the fire.

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pitch wrote:

Why is the drinking so important? I never drink, but I do enjoy a good joint.
People seem to object to my choice of relaxation, but yours is OK?

A couple beer and a duber, the only way to go.

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CavemanCharlie wrote:

If I am setting around the campfire I AM relaxing. I don't need to do anything else except stare at the fire.


I'm with you. I'll also poke the fire with the fire poker about five times as much as is necessary, and maybe drink a cup or two of tea. The same thing works at home in my backyard, at least if the ground is not covered in that icy cold white stuff.





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Posted: 01/13/21 07:40pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Enjoy adult beverages, get frisky with my wife, repeat.


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I spend the days exploring, hiking and often shooting pictures. I return late after sundown and am tired and hungry. By the time I fix and eat dinner, download pictures and the like it is typically pretty late, too late to bother with a fire.

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We prefer to read, download the days photos, if we have internet we check in with family, walk around camp, set up my trail cameras to catch the nights critter activity around our campsite. We have photos of coyotes, elk, bison, deer, racoons, bears, and wolves. It makes you thankful for a self-contained TT.


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Not much for campground life---we are out of there early and back late seeing the sites wherever we are. DP is our rolling motel. But I have the makings of a fire in one of he bays and one of these days I will light one up. Everyone stay safe

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dedmiston wrote:

The fire is a living thing, and it's never the same twice.


Yep...never seen an episode of ranger TV I didn’t enjoy and never a re-run.


Not all those who wander are lost. - Tolkien

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Drink Crown Royal Apple, Reserve or XO on the rocks. Stoke the fire for coals to bake Dutch oven supreme pizza, bake pineapple upside-down or German chocolate cake in the Dutch oven. Drink more Crown Royal Apple, Reserve or XO on the rocks.

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