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Old 12-16-2009, 02:48 PM   #21
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ironman172 (12/16/2009)Some place in westvirginia....can't remember exactly where but very depressed area....or down the road from my cabin...That I looked at first....I called it the shack and the pics are off the realtor site now.:doh....just got to love this picture though...well at leastI do...this is the way it's done up north when the weather permits ....I hung my doe for a week this year, then butchered it.
Not to derail but I'm gonna anyway, won't parisites grow or meat rot after a week?Or is it cold enought that it's the same as refridgerating?
all week was below refrigerator temps and sometimes waybelow freezing temps but was good to go in the garage and never froze...I think they hang beef for over 20+ days.

If the temps are high they get butchered quick, or put into a large cooler for a couple days with ice....thats the nice thing about being north and hunting when processing animals....been doing it for many years..... being 53
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Canton, Ill in 1965. Yeeeehaaaaaw!!!
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Old 12-16-2009, 03:38 PM   #23
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Repton Alabama.
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Old 12-16-2009, 04:51 PM   #24
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Lower Peachtree Alabama, or Chance Alabama.Both are in Clarke county about 5 miles apart from one another. Some of the best hunting I have ever been apart of around there.
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Old 12-16-2009, 05:05 PM   #25
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anywhere 20 miles away from any city in Arkansas. Sure do have a pretty mouth!!!!! Squeal like a pig boy!!!!
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Old 12-16-2009, 05:11 PM   #26
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[quote]BIGRIGZ (12/16/2009)A gas station in Mississippi, it still had pumps with the numbers that roll, quote]

Heck, I still get gas up the road where they have them kinda pumps:doh

I've been to several back woods places from here to Virginia. The Blue Ridge Parkway is dotted w/ small beautiful towns!!! I love my little back woods town the best "Escambia Farms"!!!:letsdrink
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Old 12-16-2009, 05:18 PM   #27
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Heller High Water (12/16/2009)Somewhere in North GA. My brother, wife and friends have been hiking the Appalachian trail, section by section for the last year and a half. This brings you to places worse than Deliverance. Heller High Water Mate can attest to this. On one of our last trips up we had a group of 6 in the Land Cruiser heading to a part in the trail where we left of last. Well the map we had a section where the road went behind the map legend (later we found out the road split behind the map legend) well 30 or so miles later and a gas light to boot we were DEEP in the GA mountains and came up on a fork in the dirt road were a small make shift village appeared. We stopped and knew at that point we were way lost, a car pulled up and I decided to do the not so typical man thing and ask for directions. Mainly because the crew in the car was really giving me a hard time. When I walked up they mumbled something along the lines of "son are you lost?". With out saying a word I turned around walked back to the Cruiser got in and told them they said go back the way you came. We laughed the rest of trip about that. The Appalachian Trail has some really strange characters on and around it. We ended up finding the trail but some of the fellow hikers were a bit nervous to say the least.
I can attest to the truth of the Appalachian trail crazies!! That's where mine happened, I was hiking the trail near Whitetop Mountain, North Carolina, right on the Virginia state line.

We had run low on food, and I volunteered to hitch hike to the local town to buy some supplies. Got a ride, and proceeded into the most backwards, run down, depressed looking town I have EVER seen in my life. I was born and raised in Mississippi and this was much MUCH worse than anything I've ever seen in the MS delta.

Tiny broken in half shacks with trash and broken stuff all in the yard, NO schools, no businesses, nobody working anywhere.

I walk into the grocery store and notice that EVERYBODY there looks like the banjo kid from Deliverance! Seriously, I know what inbred people look like (I went to school with a couple) and that's what was going on. One guy was completely maroon colored. Patches of hair missing, the whole bit! Well they stared at me dirty the entire time and I got my stuff an left.

Told the guys at the camp about it, and we hiked about 5 or 6 more miles down the trail to a shelter for the night. A shelter is a 3 walled wooden lean to with an open front. Well at 5 am on the dot a BAM!!!! wakes me up!! Unmistakable shotgun blast, 15 ft. behind my head. It is pitch black, you can't see your hand in front of your face, as the moon had set behind the mountain and there was heavy tree cover. I poke my buddy to make sure I wasn't dreaming, and he heard it too. I lay still as a rock (we had no weapons) and I begin to hear a metal on metal clink slowly move around in the woods behind me. I've never prayed so hard in my life! (psalm23) I really thought whoever it was was going to kill us. They could have, and gotten away with it easy. The noise moved off, and we never saw a sign of them. I guess it was just people messing with us from that town, who knows. Needless to say, I will never hike the AT again without a pistol.
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Old 12-16-2009, 05:38 PM   #28
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Weogufka, AL....

I took a shortcut from Sylacauga back towards clanton one time. The GPS showed roads that looked ok, but as I drove, they got smaller, and smaller...... and smaller.............

I was on a one lane pigtrail when I rolled into the big town of Weogufka. I was HONESTLY scared to stop, and I grew up in places that were pretty sketchy.

Then I went through some Gap-o-the-mountain place that made Weogufka look like a metropolis. I have NEVER been so happy to see Clanton, AL....

I saw someone posted about Repton, AL. Believe me when I say that Repton is a booming city compared to where I went that day. I never went back!
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Old 12-16-2009, 05:52 PM   #29
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Orangebeach28 (12/16/2009)Skatrjm - are you referring to that old red barn bar up near Pine Hill, AL?

If so - I agree, but it's a damn fine place


Thats the place. Only open on Saturday nights, and they serve canned beer out of coolers. They have both types of beer- Bud Light, and Bud Heavy.



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Old 12-16-2009, 06:05 PM   #30
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Mine would have to be NEW YORK CITY!!!!!

Them folks don't know how to smile or say howdeee back to you. Talk about backwards, they actually think a guy and another guy is a meaningful relationship and a marriage between them is LEGIT.

I just don't know how someone walks into a place and automatically looked down at someone thinking you are superior and they notice this they are backwards.

WHAT actually makes a place backwards. I probably lived in such a place. One store and ThreeChurchs for 10 miles. Played in the foothills for fun, but it was a hellva lot better then Pensacola is as a city.

Just wondering?
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