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Offline Rich LaBombard

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Re: Camp Joker-practical or not
« Reply #40 on: May 31, 2007, 07:35:00 AM »
This is a tough crowd: fake heads, rubber hands, fake snakes and spiders, etc.
Honorable mention has to go to Dudley for this line:  
"Matter of fact, if it wasn't for gravity, he wouldn't have enough ambition for a bowel movement."
I'll be using this line!

Offline possumtrot

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Re: Camp Joker-practical or not
« Reply #41 on: May 31, 2007, 05:15:00 PM »
When I was a boy, "Uncle Bob" came to visit from Kansas City. He was the kind of guy that had done everything and better than everyone else. Well we all went on a fishing trip on a creek and had set out several limb lines. It was just getting dark when a screech owl cut loose. Needless to say Uncle Bob seemed a little nervous. He asked what that was and my dad said that it was a wild cat and not to worry as long as we had a good fire going. Dad motioned for me to get in the boat and off we went, leaving Bob alone attending the fire and keeping company to that "wildcat". As we made it back I looked up the creek and saw the biggest dang camp fire that I had ever seen. I had to hand to him on collecting firewood. I couldn't have collected that much wood in a week. Couldn't have gotten 100 ft from that fire either. And Bob was still hauling wood. Ol' Red Adair would have been proud. Never will forget it.... John

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