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dstaples at livingston.net
Wed Feb 17 15:27:06 EST 1999
Joseph Zorzin wrote:
> > Today a forester has little
> > need for a horse and the safety
> > officer is afraid he might cut
> > himself with an axe. Years ago
> > most every forester wore a big
> > Stetson hat and carried a gun on
> > his hip and a flask in his pocket.
> Sounds like Don Staples. <G>
That's why levis have hip pockets.
> > Nowadays big Stetson hats are
> > worn only in the movies, and you
> > hardly ever see a forester carry a
> > gun.
> Except for Don Staples. <G>
Yep, if you have ever spent the better part of a morning looking down
out of your tree at that ol' tush hog rooten beneath you, or danced your
way across the top of a rattler, that little old pistol becomes somewhat
of a necessary evil. Hogs, dogs, and snakes, the scurge of the southern
The more civilized climes of the Socialist Republic of Massachusettes
have probably outlawed anything that could possible harm a civilized
forester. >G< The DEM probably has rules and regulations to protect
their foresters for those 2 days a year they spend in the woods, and it
carries over, as a benefit, to the muddy boot clan.
Me, I like it wild.
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