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RE: California forest and desert locations

Subject: RE: California forest and desert locations
From: "Martyn Stewart" <>
Date: Sat, 25 Jun 2005 06:56:15 -0700
I can hear the sounds of Dueling banjos already Walt!


Martyn Stewart
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-----Original Message-----
 On Behalf Of Walter Knapp
Sent: Saturday, June 25, 2005 6:51 AM
Subject: [Nature Recordists] California forest and desert locations

From: "Rich Peet" <>

> To carry a gun in the field does not work. Sorry for the images and I
> will drop it here.

> I still recommend, just run even though I am a great shot.

I personally find I can usually talk my way out. And I'm darned good at 
just vanishing into the woods. And I hardly need a gun to kill someone.

I certainly agree, even more so if you did not grow up with guns.

I've seen drug dealers operating in the woods. They generally don't want 
to be noticed and it's easy to just pass on by.

One evening three truckloads of good 'ole boys (probably containing a 
goodly supply of alcohol) came roaring down the road where I was using 
the Telinga. They stopped and asked if they could help me get my coon 
dog back. They seemed disappointed that there was no fun to be had 
hunting up a dog. And vanished off down the road. Nice fellows.


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