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Bushcraft/Bugging Out/Camping/Backpacking

I have recently had an interest in learning about the equipment needed for surviving in a Bug Out situation. In learning the proper tools a…

Started by Jeremy B. Buchanan

68 Oct 1
Reply by Jan Carter

Strange (to me) mushroom

I was riding my 4 wheeler through the woods the other day and saw this mushroom.  I don't recall ever seeing one like it before.  The pine…

Started by Charles Sample

11 Sep 8
Reply by Jan Carter

Off Grid living and Tiny Houses

There have been a lot discussions about people wanting to live off grid and in tiny houses recently. I just wanted to know what any of your…

Started by Jeremy B. Buchanan

7 Sep 4
Reply by Steve

Outdoor Gardening

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 gran…

Started by Sue OldsWidow

147 Mar 6
Reply by Jan Carter

Visitor at our house

Had a visitor at our house tonight. It is a green treefrog, scientific name hyla cinerea. When first spotted he was on the storm door. He j…

Started by Charles Sample

3 Jul 7, 2016
Reply by Charles Sample

The wake up buck.

I've spent most of my deer hunting career with my uncle John by my side. John is a very talented mechanic, machinist, electrician, plumbe…

Started by johnny twoshoes

8 May 28, 2016
Reply by John Kellogg

Meat in the freezer.

Life is full of unexpected turns, but it's full of just as many opportunities. My family and I had some trials earlier this year, but the…

Started by johnny twoshoes

6 Jan 27, 2016
Reply by Jan Carter

In search of Darkness.

There was a time that when I heard the word "hunting", all I thought about were squirrels. It was my number one passion when it came to h…

Started by johnny twoshoes

3 Jan 27, 2016
Reply by Jan Carter

A New Years Trip to the Woods

My brother and I have been trying to plan a trip to the woods, for several month now. Yesterday was the day, that it finally worked out. Wh…

Started by Jeremy B. Buchanan

4 Jan 2, 2016
Reply by Jeremy B. Buchanan

Predicting Weather.... Folklore or Truth?

We own a giant persimmon tree, 25-30 feet tall. Every year out come persimmons and some years double.  Legend has it that if you open a per…

Started by Steve Hanner

28 Nov 5, 2015
Reply by Jan Carter

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