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  1. Campfire Talk

    Hello to all! Just stopping by.
  2. Happy Birthday Rocky! And just in case I don't get back here in time... Happy Birthday to you Mr. Swede! :hugegrin:
  3. An interesting interview with Survivorman. :cool:
  4. Campfire Talk

    :cool: It's not too far away. It's a bit cooler than normal here and a cloudy. Keep warm Blacksmith!
  5. Campfire Talk

    Just stopping by to say hello! :wave:
  6. help me find a book name!

    Sounds like a great book Fish. I had thought it might be this one: "The Long Walk Home with Miracles Along the Way" By Anatole Kurdsjuk but after reading a preview in google books maybe not. Then there's this one which was originally published in 1955 that might be it: http://search.barnesandnoble.com/As-Far-As-My-Feet-Will-Carry-Me/Josef-M-Bauer/e/9781602392366/?itm=3 "As Far as My Feet Will Carry Me" By Josef Martin Bauer Reminiscent of S_avomir Rawicz's classic The Long Walk, an amazing narrative of escape and survival. In 1944, German paratrooper Clemens Forell was captured by the Soviets and sentenced to twenty-five years of labor in a Siberian lead mine. In the Gulags, this was virtually a death sentence. Driven to desperation by the brutality of the prison camp, he staged a daring escape. For the next three years, Forell traveled 8,000 miles in barren, frozen wilderness, haunted by blizzards, wolves, criminals, the KGB, and the fear of recapture and retribution. Only a remarkable will to survive, and a bit of luck, allowed him to reach the safety of the Persian border. The resulting story is a rare document of the horrors faced by POWs in the Soviet Union, and a testament to the human spirit. Here's another link to read about this book... Google preview of "As Far as My Feet Will Carry Me" By Josef Martin Bauer, Clemens Forell http://books.google.com/books?id=_3fr437I5QgC&printsec=frontcover#PPP1,M1
  7. Campfire Talk

    LOL I've been afraid to try some. It looks pretty strong and my spoon is still standing in the mug. Rocky musta been here and made that stuff.
  8. Campfire Talk

    Hi Blacksmith! It's nice and sunny here today.
  9. Hi i'm new, from England.

    Hello TL and welcome! The campfire is safe but be wary of the Man-Cave. When you get near there it's easy to smell why.
  10. Hello New Member

    Hello and Welcome Sharen!
  11. Campfire Talk

    Hello! Tatonka I had hoped to see you posting pictures of Alaska by now. One day maybe. :yes:
  12. Hillbilly, here is a site from San Diego in case you visit this far south. In their retail link they have some new and used ones for sale. There are also links to other sites that may be helpful at the bottom of their page. http://www.aqua-adventures.com/
  13. Pictures of your pets

    Great video Dave! "What do you say baby?" And she had a lot to say! That was cute.
  14. Mist's Pics

    Nice pictures Mist! I like the trees too! :cool:
  15. Hello New Member

    Hello and welcome!