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Old 08-12-2010, 01:36 AM   #11
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Am I to take a knife and widdle a spoon? Whatever it is, I am in.
That's too easy, you must use a wooden spoon to whittle a knife.
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Sounds like fun. But I'm thinking I shouldn't have sold my big Gerber on Ebay after all.

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I am going to include my 15 1/2 year old son. Can't learn this type of thing too young.

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I am going to include my 15 1/2 year old son. Can't learn this type of thing too young.
Damn! That's a brilliant idea. We missed the boat on that whole thing. Thank you Nitrox. *thumbs up*

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Great Idea, Count my 8 year old in as well. Does he need to join the forum to participate?

Not only can he shoot, he is good on the computer.
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It just seemed natural and I challenge other participants that have kids to have them join in. Shi is already on board.

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If you are a member of FTF, you can bring a friend (or a kid or even bug if you are anyone but Shihan)

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With all the secrecy I was beginning to get a little worried....

But now that I see whats up, I'm on this like a fat kid on a cupcake.

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The spoon is task #1, or is there more to come and the spoon pic was just an example? Is this the thread for the whole thingy, or will there be a "Task" thread? If the spoon is the first task, then what are the people who live in conifer territory to do?

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The spoon is task #1, or is there more to come and the spoon pic was just an example? Is this the thread for the whole thingy, or will there be a "Task" thread? If the spoon is the first task, then what are the people who live in conifer territory to do?
Just an example of what is to come I believe. No details or assignments have been announced...
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