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The bar is open.... / Re: Beetle's Book and Word Thread
« Last post by Yallerhammer on Today at 12:12:09 »
Right now, I'm reading Ron Rash's Something Rich and Strange. Very good. Ron Rash is one of my favorite authors.
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For sale a pair (2) of 9 foot blue Carlisle outfitter oars and blades with counter balances. They are $300 without balances. $150.00
Text 336-902-0044 if interested
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The bar is open.... / Re: Beetle's Book and Word Thread
« Last post by Dee-Vo on Today at 10:01:35 »
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Finished this earlier this morning. It took me a bit to get into it. Oftentimes, I’d find myself with the book in my lap — my eyes gazing at nothing out a window. Some areas of this book and the author’s experiences came as a sucker punch; many things I reflected upon, and even understood a little better after completing this book. I’m glad you guys brought this to the book thread. Enjoyed it.

Now for new material......decisions.
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Product & Gear Info and Reviews / Re: Seen These?
« Last post by Mudwall Gatewood 3.0 on Today at 09:35:44 »
These are likely for the fit, younger outdoorsperson – those that can still rock-hop with toes curled and balance complete --- not for me.  They remind me of the canvas jewels I had in my youth.  LL Bean sold them and I had several pair– great for wading, hiking, etc. but only for the young.

http://HTTP://WWW.PALLADIUMBOOTS.COM/MEN/FOOTWEAR   
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Product & Gear Info and Reviews / Re: Seen These?
« Last post by Dee-Vo on Today at 07:36:19 »
This is sort of way to gathered from info and pics. Light stuff — maybe. Ankle and toe support — looks to be nil. Heavy duty bottom — nah. 
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Product & Gear Info and Reviews / Re: Seen These?
« Last post by jwgnc on February 16, 2018, 23:26:09 PM »
The lightweights feel good in the back yard.  But walk over various sized rocks for a few hours and you'll need a podiatrist.
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Product & Gear Info and Reviews / Re: Seen These?
« Last post by Onslow on February 16, 2018, 20:34:37 PM »
It appears they would be well suited for small streams where much hiking is involved.

Appear to be rather worthless for medium sized higher gradient streams, or the jagged slate belt streams of the SW Piedmont, or the bouldery Fall line streams.  Not enough large toe knuckle protection, or ankle support for my aging ankles.
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Product & Gear Info and Reviews / Re: Seen These?
« Last post by Dougfish on February 16, 2018, 18:21:19 PM »
I'd destroy those fukkers.
Plus, no studs? Down goes Doug!  n!n
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Product & Gear Info and Reviews / Re: Seen These?
« Last post by Woolly Bugger on February 16, 2018, 16:17:43 PM »
looks like you got 60 days to find out if they are any good..


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The bar is open.... / Re: Beetle's Book and Word Thread
« Last post by Aka on February 16, 2018, 15:58:12 PM »

I've met @Dougfish 's wife and she is wonderful.  She let's him fish, drink beer and spend time with the likes of all of us here.

Strike 1 for @Mudwall Gatewood 3.0

Yeah, I do have a pretty sweet gig.  -0-

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I just finished that on a quick trip to Seattle last week. Well written, interesting, not sure how I feel about everything he says but a hell of a story.
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