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norseman, March 17, 2019 in Film/Video/Photos/Audio
A "rough and shaggy" man was carrying something on its shoulder. Hmm. This is probably Paulides' best story.
This particular case was very heart wrenching. I couldn't imagine what the parents went through. I have 20 acres mostly forested in east Tennessee. We bought it 3 years ago and are about 2 miles from Catoosa wildlife management area, which is about 60,000 acrea, and i can tell you, when my grandchildren come to visit they are not out of our sight for one second.
His latest video is pretty interesting as well.
Thanks for sharing.
Both of you
Sheri that is a good rule everywhere.
I hiked with my wife and two daughters throughout NC Mtns and all throughout Rockies and Sierras. My youngest had to be in front and usually 100-600 yards ahead. She was/is relentless about being in front. After I read and listened to these stories I would no let her leave my eyesite when we hiked. Especially Yosemite when on simple 7 mile guided hike which had me especially freaked if you read the books. I never could explain why at 7-11 should could venture ahead and at 12+ she had to stay with us,