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Outdoor Gardening

Started by Sue OldsWidow. Last reply by Jan Carter yesterday. 131 Replies

Lots of things to do in the spring, one is knowing when to plant and when to wait.May 10th is my last frost date, passed down from my grandmother. She said you plant something that comes up before…Continue

Walleye

Started by Ron Dumeah. Last reply by Charles Sample Apr 16. 7 Replies

29 3/4 inches caught todayContinue

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How to prevent, recognize and treat snake bites

Started by Jan Carter. Last reply by tim payne Apr 4. 9 Replies

Our slithering foes will soon be out and aboutAlthough nearly 8,000 people are bit by venomous snakes each year, there are usually no more than eight deaths. However, this should not lead backpackers…Continue

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Fencing in the Ozarks

Started by Steve Hanner. Last reply by Jan Carter Mar 29. 37 Replies

Well I thought I would post a discussion to kind of show my progress. Nothing easy about this but I am having fun although missing my friends who post on iKC!By the way we do fence tree to tree with…Continue

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Comment by Charles Sample on May 13, 2015 at 15:02

Very funny Tobias!  Poor Jay!

BTW I went to college at Vanderbilt.


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Comment by Tobias Gibson on May 13, 2015 at 13:28

Does Jay Cutler have a vacation home in Western Massachusetts?  I can picture a drunken Bears fan chasing him with a dull hatchet!


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Comment by Charles Sample on May 13, 2015 at 11:04

Even a sharp hatchet I would backup with at least a .44 magnum!  LOL

Comment by Jan Carter on May 13, 2015 at 10:27

Life lesson.....at least sharpen the hatchet LOL

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North Adams police said on their Facebook page that someone did just that on Monday.

"Chasing bears through the woods drunk with a dull hatchet is strongly not advised," the department posted, noting that the man was taken into protective custody "due to his incapacitation from the consumption of alcoholic beverage."

No name was released.

Police said anyone who sees a bear should leave it alone and call authorities.

"We certainly don't need anyone going all Davy Crockett ..." police wrote.

Bears are not unusual in the largely rural western part of the state.

A dispatcher said Tuesday said no one was available to handle media calls.

Copyright 2015 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.


Comment by Jan Carter on April 29, 2015 at 17:05

Just a cool video!

Comment by Jan Carter on April 5, 2015 at 18:44

I was wondering the same thing Tobias.  Even if it works good for splitting, is it able to be used for more?  Looking at the wood you all may be correct, it may be birch


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Comment by Tobias Gibson on April 5, 2015 at 17:30

It seems to purpose built to me.  I do more with an axe than just split wood.  Still if that all you need to do, then it might be the thing you need!


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Comment by John Bamford on April 5, 2015 at 12:36

Looks like birch wood to me easy enough to split till you get down to the base of the tree where it gets kind of stringy . I split a lot of that when I was younger but don't want the job now , not with this axe or a standard one .


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Comment by Charles Sample on April 5, 2015 at 12:13

Another thing, that wood looks carefully chosen to be easy to split to me.


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Comment by Charles Sample on April 5, 2015 at 12:11

I don't know Jan.  I split a lot of wood in my time but I would have to try it to see how it worked.

 
 
 

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