Discussion in 'Cast & Blast' started by Mark Walker, Oct 2, 2010.
That's just TOO COOL. I like what his wife said, "the men get very excited about it and the women kind of laugh." Classic!
The video on your link about the fishing can be dangerous is just great. My grandfather used to raise geese and when I would go in the half acre pen they would chase me all over it.
If you haven't seen that video, watch it, really funny.
You're right Galpster; that is funny.
Thanks for calling it to attention.
OK, how many of you want to try that...? My hand is up!!!!
me too! Always loved to blow things up.....
I'll play, but I'll pass on the real manly event that follows immediately after the "shot" . . . anvil catching . . .
Shooting anvils, sure, catching anvils that have been shot. That would be impressive.
I'll stand way back and watch. What a hoot.
Sign me up, that look's like a blast......
Ed . . . so, if I interpreted your quotes correctly . . . Bitteroot directed you to put the gamey, greasy marmot leftovers in your pocket for a shore lunch and you discovered that the reason you went fishing was to fool a wiley Whitefish?
In all seriousness, that sounds like one helluva trip you folks experienced. I'm bald with envy . . . Congrats! Now, let's go catch an anvil . . . you go first . . . (what can I say, I'm all courteous & polite that way.).
Evening entertainment at the next Hoh down? I'm so there.
Jim, you've got it twisted around a bit, but your version is equally funny.
This has a "friendly administrator's" name written all over it!
I've got the black powder!!
Instead of anvils it could be heavy car rotors, pyramid anchors or something similar.
I've got a catcher's mitt that I'm sure will fit Ed's hand . . .