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#3058562 - 12/01/12 05:34 PM Re: What Is The Wierdest Thing You Found In The Woods [Re: SES]
CATCHDAWG
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 Originally Posted By: SES
 Originally Posted By: pcrc
 Originally Posted By: SES
 Originally Posted By: CATCHDAWG
 Originally Posted By: Eric Kilby
i once walked up on a couple while hunting ... in the act of lets say showing their love to each other ... the trail took me within 10yds of them and they didnt notice / care that i was there

I've had this happen twice, one of the times it was two women.
You should have asked them if they needed some help!!

Most of the time they dont look like the ones in the movies.
When did that ever matter! \:D \:o

Trying my best to keep it clean but mods can remove if need be but the chicks were hot! I'm sure they thought they were in the middle of nowhere but they were actually in a pool of a very popular trout stream that flows into the Ocoee river under a waterfall. Never knew I was there!
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#3058791 - 12/01/12 07:55 PM Re: What Is The Wierdest Thing You Found In The Woods [Re: SES]
pcrc
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 Originally Posted By: SES
 Originally Posted By: pcrc
 Originally Posted By: SES
 Originally Posted By: CATCHDAWG
 Originally Posted By: Eric Kilby
i once walked up on a couple while hunting ... in the act of lets say showing their love to each other ... the trail took me within 10yds of them and they didnt notice / care that i was there

I've had this happen twice, one of the times it was two women.
You should have asked them if they needed some help!!

Most of the time they dont look like the ones in the movies.
When did that ever matter! \:D \:o

When they look more like guys than they do like women, thats when it matters!

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#3058809 - 12/01/12 08:06 PM Re: What Is The Wierdest Thing You Found In The Woods [Re: pcrc]
Doc32603
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As a kid in FL, we mostly hunted a lease around Troy, AL. We had an old house on the edge of the property. I found some devil worshippers having some sort of ceremony there once. That FREAKED me out & I wouldn't go near that area in the dark for at least a year.

If any of you have hunted Ft Campbell, you find/see strange things there all the time. Before I knew my way around, I walked up on a middle Eastern looking village. None of the buildings had windows, but they all had bullet marks around them. I also walked up on one that looked like a western town of sorts once too. Come to find out they aren't secret or anything...but I thought I'd stumbled onto some top secret Hogan's Alley or something!
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#3058960 - 12/01/12 09:59 PM Re: What Is The Wierdest Thing You Found In The Woods [Re: Doc32603]
leader
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On my lease in Ga a 58 Fairlane. Been there for years. My buddies were like there's an old car, me being a car guy I went and looked it all over to see if there was anything salvageable down to emblems etc...
I spent about 30 minutes in the rain looking it over and came out and said its a an old Fairlane. Well they decided to out a stand close to it and low and behold its called the Fairlane stand....
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#3058990 - 12/01/12 10:33 PM Re: What Is The Wierdest Thing You Found In The Woods [Re: leader]
CATCHDAWG
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 Originally Posted By: leader
On my lease in Ga a 58 Fairlane. Been there for years. My buddies were like there's an old car, me being a car guy I went and looked it all over to see if there was anything salvageable down to emblems etc...
I spent about 30 minutes in the rain looking it over and came out and said its a an old Fairlane. Well they decided to out a stand close to it and low and behold its called the Fairlane stand....

Now that is cool! Love those old Fords!
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#3059162 - 12/02/12 07:37 AM Re: What Is The Wierdest Thing You Found In The Woods [Re: CATCHDAWG]
lpo1981
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There used to be an old white toilet on the side of a trail where we hunted as kids. Was old public land williamette owned at the time around Bucksnort. Finding he toilet I don't guess was odd if was the fact that it was a good mile walk in and all being mostly uphill on a place that didn't allow atv or vehicle use.
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#3059269 - 12/02/12 09:06 AM Re: What Is The Wierdest Thing You Found In The Woods [Re: lpo1981]
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I found an alum. ball funnel hanging on a tree branch @ 6 miles back in the woods on forever wild state property that had never been logged. It is walk in only area, and I have never seen sign of another human in the entire area in 25 yrs of hunting up there, not even signs of human tracks in the snow.

And, just this yr. I found a tree that was growing out of an old porcelein pot, the pot was white with green specks @ 12" across the top and the tree was @ 11" in dia. at this point, it appears the bottom had rotted out of the pot and a seed had fallen into the pot many yrs ago. I wish I had taken a pic of it now.

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#3059361 - 12/02/12 10:33 AM Re: What Is The Wierdest Thing You Found In The Woods [Re: FULLDRAWXX75]
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Man! This is a really neat thread. As a kid I found a gravesite for 3 people out in he woods behind my neighborhood. Come to find out it was the farmers who owned the place way back when. A year or so after that I found where someone had dug them up. Why?
I know where there is a beech tree in Hickman county that has initials in it. 2 sets. One from the 30's and one from the 50's.
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#3059410 - 12/02/12 11:32 AM Re: What Is The Wierdest Thing You Found In The Woods [Re: Buckykm1]
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#3059445 - 12/02/12 12:00 PM Re: What Is The Wierdest Thing You Found In The Woods [Re: DMAG]
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On my place in Hardeman County, there is a four panel interior door about 30 feet up in a tree. It landed there when a tornado that hit about 10 miles south of my place about 2 years ago
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