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CA - Joshua Tree NPHP (Quail Mountain)
Cooper's hawk perched next to our house
Chip Chace dies
Re: St Peters Dome from North Cheyenne Canon. ...
mating rattlesnakes while biking
Brilliant parody trailer to Honnold's Free Solo...
TX - Big Bend NPHP (Emory Peak)
TX - Guadalupe Mountains NPHP (Guadalupe Peak) ...
NM - Sierra Blanca Peak, an Ultra
NM - Carlesbad Caverns NPHP (Open Hollow North)
Re: 2018 Ouray 100.
Re: Fun traverse above Independence Mill Site
Re: Forever Botany traverse.
Stove Mountain (9782) North Cheyenne Canon, Co...
“If the ice is good, you don't need pro. If the ice is poor and you need pro, you can't get it in anyway.”
-- Jay Smith
A hiker went out bear hunting and spotted one in the bushes and blasted away. The hiker investigated but couldn't find the bear. As he was about to give up, he felt tap tap on his shoulder and when he turned around saw the bear. The bear said, "You know it's not bear hunting season?" The hiker answered, "Yes, I know." The bear took the rifle and smashed it on a rock, threw the hunter across a tree trunk, pulls his pants down and gave it to him. He then told the hiker, "Get out of here. I don't want to see you again." The hiker was incensed, so he raced back to town and bought the biggest bear rifle he could find, and returned to the forest. A few minutes later, he spotted the bear and emptied his rifle. He then searched for the body, but couldn't find it. He then felt a tap on his shoulder, and surprise, surprise, it was the bear again. "I thought I told you not to come back," said the bear. The bear then proceeded to smash the new rifle, and again threw the hiker to the ground and gave it to him again. "This is the last time I'm warning you. Don't come back." The hiker went berserk. When he got back to town, he bought an M16 and went straight back to the forest. Thinking he saw the bear in a bush, he took aim and emptied the entire M16. Still no body, until, a familiar tap on the shoulder. "You're not in this for the hunting are you?" asks the bear.