Twenty-eights days…

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    • #5683
      Northern Dancer
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      Twenty-eights days just isn’t long enough to embrace the summer camping/canoeing season. There are just too many lakes and streams and rivers and trails and forests and star-studded skies and grassy knolls and campfires and freshwater lagoons and good eating for such a short time.

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    • #5686
      Jack 3
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      I’m with you on this Dancer it seems like yesterday it was Spring and here we are about to get into the Fall Season. It like it goes by faster and faster EVERY year. I must say I have enjoyed this Summer.

    • #5687
      Outdoorsman
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      Isn’t it amazing how fast time goes by especially when you’re doing something you love, there’s still a chance at One more adventure. Nice looking Conoe and a great looking Spot.

    • #5688
      huntaholic
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      Dancer you make me want to go Camping EVERY time I see you’re Post, I would love to get in that Conoe and paddle the Day away and enjoy every once off Wilderness abound. Then just Camp at some point along the way and Sleep Under the Stars, what a Beautiful picture with the Conoe resting on the Bank WOW ! Hopefully One day I can come see your wonderful neck of the Woods.

    • #5692
      deercooler
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      Agreed ! It’s just like Deer Season it Starts and it seems like it’s Over in a Minute. You turn around and think yesterday it was October and Now it’s December. I’m already Counting the Weekends I can get in the Woods.

    • #5695
      Northern Dancer
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      Thanks, everyone! I found myself getting choked up when learning that there are 165,000 forest fires in the Rain Forest area. That’s One Hundred and Sixty-five THOUSAND! Incredible almost unbelievable. And then there is California…mind-boggling.

      There are no loons to drown out the crackling of the fire or the whiff of the pine tree to sweeten the air.

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    • #5699
      Jack 3
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      It’s TRUE that Fire is Dangerous but it also renews the Forest and does wonders for the Wildlife in different ways, that being said BIG uncontrolled fires are not good in any Situation we need to pray for rain to help put this to an end.

    • #5701
      Crane Man
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      Beautiful looking Spot Dancer ! There’s just Something Magical about a trip Down the River like not having a Care in the World.

    • #5703
      D-Mo
      Participant

      I know that feeling because when I went to Yellowstone it was Over in a Blink of the eye. There’s so much to see in this place, we probably didn’t get a look at Half of the GREAT lookout’s and the Beautiful Rivers and Falls. Definitely going Back !

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