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Old 12-17-2009, 12:09 PM   #41
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My second choice would be Dulac, Louisiana at the end of Pogie season. I used to sit in the "Dulac-Dat" sipping a coldie with my white shrimping boots on, (the white boots were cheap insurance keeping me from getting my head caved in for no reason)..............
Ha! I grew up in Houma, and dated a girl from Dulac back in the high-school days (daze?). Definitely the type of place that would make plenty of folks from other places feel uncomfortable.
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Old 12-17-2009, 05:33 PM   #42
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Huntinman (12/16/2009)Lower Peachtree 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.
My camphouse is right across the river from there in Coy...

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Bamagirl325 (12/16/2009)Repton Alabama.
I am about to drive through there in about an hour...

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Downtime2 (12/16/2009)I grew up in Jay, hey, do I need say more?
Hey ! I live there... Wouldn't trade it for nothing in the world....sometimes...:letsdrink

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Had a job up there. Wasn't a single pickup truck that didn't have some type of camo "accessory", if not painted all camo, and to go along with it, at least 5 nascar stickers, and weirdest thing was, every one had a dog cage in the bed with a couple dogs in it. Weird.

And the local resturaunt had pictures on the walls of black guys lynched. FenderBender was there!
Jay is probably worse...

After seeing all these post, I think I might need to reevaluate some things in my life...sheesh !! :doh
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Had a job up there. Wasn't a single pickup truck that didn't have some type of camo "accessory", if not painted all camo, and to go along with it, at least 5 nascar stickers, and weirdest thing was, every one had a dog cage in the bed with a couple dogs in it. Weird.



And the ocal resturaunt had pictures on the walls of black guys lynched. FenderBender was there!


I built a pool for a customer there a few years ago. The husband didn't say two words to us while we were there. He would stare at us but never say a word. The wife would ask "what's that" about everything. We were uncomfortable the whole time but I kept a .45 with me.
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Old 12-17-2009, 06:19 PM   #44
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Union Springs, Al -- but especially when they do the national field trials there for bird dogs.

Holy Jesus, I've never been that scared in my life. Saw one dude get beat by about 5 guys. Two trucks collide while muddin, fling passengers out the back and into the trees and the state troopers showed up on horseback with shotguns ready.

Great place, went there every year while at Troy.
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Old 12-17-2009, 07:47 PM   #45
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Pensacola, FL..... Seriously, think about it!!
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Old 12-17-2009, 08:10 PM   #46
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Don't post here often but sure enjoy the info and esp the banter. This topic just begged for a comment.

I've spent many years traveling the very (very) rural South from VA to LA and most points between. The single most memorable 'rural' experience was in outback Mississippi, not but an hour or sofrom Scooba, in a little holler that was home totheMoonLight(a 'pool room-waternhole-jiffy store'). The bar-jiffy storespace was lit by single bulb hanging fromthe wires in the center of the 20x30' room. The bartender was probably 5'6" and pushing 35yr but hard to tell...shewas on the heavy side of 300,wearing a decades-oldmens t-shirt, with a rainbow of stainsand with a very form-fitting snugshowing every detail of her triple-double Ds. To her creditshehad all but 3 of her uppers and nearlyallof the visible lowers. Several breathing skeletons sat propped up at the scattered tables....and if looks could speak, I heard them say 'you aint' from around here areya boy".Two buck-naked3-5 year-olds rickocheted around the room chasing each other and screaming loud enough soto drown-out Mama's screaming at them from behind the bar. The pool room was two-steps down from the main room at the end of the bar....maybe a 15x15'windowless add-on to the bar-jiffy store....with another single bulb hanging over the pool table. There was no charge to play as long as you were drinking, and there was no charge for the floor show....two butt-ugly mongrel dogs getting it on under the table and around the dirt floor of the pool room. And yes, after 20+ years I can still smell the place. Pretty "backwoods country" to this ole boy. By comparison, Union Springs is pretty uptown.
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hyden kentucky,it was still a sundown town in 92.
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Old 12-19-2009, 06:06 PM   #48
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Wow, heproved my point

"I USE TO TROUT FISH THEM STREAMS AND ITS CRAZY STUMP JUMPIN HILLBILLY STRANGE THE ROLLING GREEN HILLS OF GEORGIA AROUND THE TENNESSEE CAROLINA STATE LINES" ????????????? from Bellview?
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Had a job up there. Wasn't a single pickup truck that didn't have some type of camo "accessory", if not painted all camo, and to go along with it, at least 5 nascar stickers, and weirdest thing was, every one had a dog cage in the bed with a couple dogs in it. Weird.

And the ocal resturaunt had pictures on the walls of black guys lynched. FenderBender was there!
I built a pool for a customer there a few years ago. The husband didn't say two words to us while we were there. He would stare at us but never say a word. The wife would ask "what's that" about everything. We were uncomfortable the whole time but I kept a .45 with me.
She was saying whats that looking at your clothes & shoes& your package!:shedevil She was asking for her husband / daddy / brother.
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Old 12-20-2009, 08:20 AM   #50
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Chances are , most of these little towns or hollers arent that bad & dont have a tenth of the Issues we have right here in Pepsi Cola As my grandad called it from Burnt Corn Al. Small Towns like that take care of things themselves as they should. If something was really bad they would disscuss it with the sheriff on sunday at church. They had party lines where anyone could listen to everybodys phonecalls & they all knew it. They knew when you were listening. I would hear the phone ring as a kid, Go to answer it, My grandmother would say, "Dont" answer it! Its not my ring! I said,"Hunnh". So after a while I would just pick up the phone & listen. They knew you were listening. Also, Every house had a loaded shot gun at the front & back door. Justfor conversation pieces.:shedevil
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