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Somewhere, there is a chicken looking at this and screaming, “Don’t do it, you’ll never hear the end of it”.
Mark, wasn’t sure you were aware of it but that bear that was seen spotted around Williamson and Orange wound up crossing the road but never made it to the other side. The road being 581.
He had to be euthanized.
The bear kill this year ought to be way up.
…to get to Mark’s bait pile of delicious honey glazed treats!
…to get to the parkway because he heard about the govt. shutdown.
C’mon, now, Pete!
I never used honey glazed in my bait piles. Custard-filled only.
Then again, maybe that’s why I’ve never killed a bear….
It couldn’t “bear” not knowing what was on the other side.
I, for one, wouldn’t care to kill one and I have had the opportunity several times. I have seen what they eat, and er, no thanks.
And I don’t kill anything I don’t eat (stink bugs and things like that excluded).
The same reason why the defenders lost the Battle of the Alamo. To get to Wendy’s for a Dave’s good ole fashion Triple with cheese no onions extra mayo and a large Frosty.
Honestly there is a Wendy’s across the street from the Alamo.
Come back to reality. That’s 175 pounds at best.
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Wed, 18 Dec 2013 14:06:31 +0000
While growing up in rural Southern Oregon, Mark Taylor
developed a passion for the outdoors while he and his younger brother tagged along with their father on fishing,
hunting and camping adventures.
Graduating from Northwestern University in 1988, Taylor spent four years as an officer in the U.S. Navy based
in Norfolk before moving into journalism.
After five years writing about the military for a Norfolk-based publishing company, he became the outdoors
editor at The Roanoke Times in 1998. He lives in Roanoke with his wife and twin daughters.