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Old 02-07-2013, 08:23 AM   #21
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Pissing on the Back 40 is one of my favorite countrytime perks! Sometimes if Im in a hurry, the front yard will do just fine! Im not quite in BOBSKI's Rural America but close enough. Nobody says anything about shooting the vermin off the deck and I love my well water! Even the Amish and Mennonites have started flocking here. Sometimes its less than easy but its still so much better than seeing the neighbors Windows from my windows! Besides, built up areas and cities in particular are generally in major modes of decline and likely wont ever be "The place to be" again!
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Wish I had the money to do that....it would make my day. To move to the country I mean...However, I'd still use the bathroom.
There are "Tree Huggers" and there are those that pee on them ! I think they Like it ? My tree has a name , THEE TREE ..!
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If you have to drive your truck to go Elk hunting you live in an urban area? If the only wolves you read about are in your Red Rideing Hood Book you are crowded. If Mountain Lions don't control stray cats in you back yard you are too near town. If you think coyotes are dangerous you have never met a Grizzly Bear.
It takes more than a mail box to call your home rural.
Quite the profound and humbling experience just to see how they mark their territory ! Grizzlies I mean..! Eeeeeck! Can't out run-em , clime-em , swim-em , only hope .357 , 44 mag , 45-70 , 10mm , etc. ! Eeeck!
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There is big cities, big towns, towns, small towns, bedroom towns, big farms, farms, hobby farms, acreageages, out of town, no town, off the beaten path, and no path. Maybe a few more.

Currently my storefront business is on the main street, in a big town, and I live outside a bedroom town on an acreage.

My wife and I both work 100 hour weeks, paying the man. I am tired of it. Stop the merrygoround and let me off!

I am thinking a wide spot on a narrow highway, at least 100 miles from any box store. Low cost of living, and megar needs. Wood heat, grow or hunt what you eat. No tv no internet no newspaper no BS. Library card if the two bit town has a library, if not, ill pen my own books!

I think I would get really tired of that in about the half a lifetime I have left. Lol
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Quite the profound and humbling experience just to see how they mark their territory ! Grizzlies I mean..! Eeeeeck! Can't out run-em , clime-em , swim-em , only hope .357 , 44 mag , 45-70 , 10mm , etc. ! Eeeck!
45-70 may work, with hot handloads. .357,.44 and 10MM will really piss them off!
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45-70 may work, with hot handloads. .357,.44 and 10MM will really piss them off!
Native Indians used to {occaisionaly) take grizzlies with bows and flint tipped arrows, later early pioneers used flintlocks. And later still percushion capped rifles.

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We are doing the same our selves , our house and duplex is for sale , we live in a community of about 3500 people and everyone knows everyone elses business. I have been here the vast majority of my life 30+ yrs and its time for a change , I grew up on a farm when I was young and thats where Im going back to . Just gotta get this house sold so we can bail
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