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Lately it's been wild mushroom season here. I'll try to get some pics up but I've had boletus, Prince Agaricus, two types of chanterelles, Lactarius, and just now a bunch of matsutake. Honestly I'm not sure what to do with the matsutake, any ideas?
Yup, maybe 45 min north of the Gualala river, then inland a few.
lets just leave my rod out of this, eh.Matt, did you folks buy a place near Guallala?
So why does DC kill it in animated form but continue to miss their mark in live action? Honestly I think animation might just be a better medium for comic book movies
I expect your resignation by Friday.
You don't think a 70 pound barking dog might have helped that situation? If nothing else - and its a lot- it lets you know something is up.
Funny, but I honestly can't imagine tying my dog up or investing in a n invisible fence way out here and I'm not alone in that. Another guy on the same land lets his dog run free, as does our closest neighbor about two miles down the road. The biggest threat is a car even out here, and if she is eaten by a lion so be it but I very much doubt that is her fate. How would you guys keep deer out of the garden, foxes out of the hen house, and hippies at bay if not with a...
Some pictures of Airedales treeing lions and bears up north:
Oh, and the dog is stoned again. A few more days like this and I'll be packing her off to doggy NA meetings.
Somebody has to keep the bears at bay? As far as I know a bear will run from a dog, or at least give it a wide berth. Obviously a bear would shred a dog if it came down to an actual fight but I never hear about dogs being killed by bears.Lions are another matter and eat dogs from time to time, but I understood that that was usually when the dog was tied up or just a small dog. I know people use Airedales to hunt lions so a lion must give way when confronted with a barking...
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