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    Oc'ed at Fas mart in Crewe, Aylors, The Farmers Market...no issues as usual.

    Then home, it's been a couple of weeks and I sure was starting to hate the Burbs.





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    Where's your coonskin cap???

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    Neplusultra wrote:
    Where's your coonskin cap???
    Fashion sense dictates that one not wear Coonskins with a BFR.

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    That pic looks like my dad's buddies land in Evergreen. I oc'ed all over from Appomattox to Crewe and back to VA Beach this weekend.

    drII

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    Darn pretty scenery, bet the air smells crisp too.

    Question: Is the amber/golden tone of the creek related in any way with your posture? :quirky

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    Grapeshot wrote:
    Darn pretty scenery, bet the air smells crisp too.

    Question: Is the amber/golden tone of the creek related in any way with your posture? :quirky

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    It was muddy. That's the Meherrin river and it compresses in between those two ridges. It's not unusual for it to rise 15 feet when it rains and it gets stirred up.

    The house is on a 30 foot bluff overlooking it.

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    Grapeshot wrote:
    Darn pretty scenery, bet the air smells crisp too.

    Question: Is the amber/golden tone of the creek related in any way with your posture? :quirky

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    peter nap wrote:
    It was muddy. That's the Meherrin river and it compresses in between those two ridges. It's not unusual for it to rise 15 feet when it rains and it gets stirred up.

    The house is on a 30 foot bluff overlooking it.
    Should be well above the 100 yr flood level then - as I said, might pretty.

    To further legitimatize the thread, what were you OCing there?

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    Grapeshot wrote:
    peter nap wrote:
    It was muddy. That's the Meherrin river and it compresses in between those two ridges. It's not unusual for it to rise 15 feet when it rains and it gets stirred up.

    The house is on a 30 foot bluff overlooking it.
    Should be well above the 100 yr flood level then - as I said, might pretty.

    To further legitimatize the thread, what were you OCing there?

    Yata hey
    Yep, OC'ing as always. The thing attached to the strap over my shoulder is the 45/410BFR.



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