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  1. Sorry to hear that. Yea, I've had to say goodbye a few times...
  2. Sounds like a great trip. Good report. (not sure why one might think it is a spot burn?)
  3. DEEP say the largest concentration of bears is in and around People's Forest. We see quit a few in Granby.
  4. Its a bit complicated but he is BillyBob's son's brother.
  5. 2011 while coaching the kids soccer game.
  6. I see a few black bears every year around town. Have one visit the back yard every year. Ran into this guy on my way fishing about two weeks ago, On my way out I took a different route to avoid him and ran into a sow and a few 2nd year cubs.
  7. We called it bumper sliding...
  8. You got my vote...but the lesbians are running away with it...
  9. Was there too! Great show.
  10. Been there, done that..twice in the same knee. Oldest daughter did it too in her final college soccer game. Pretty much everything the doctor told you is spot on...from draining the knee to getting some range of motion back pre-op. The only thing I disagree with is that it is not an overly complicated procedure...unless the ortho is inexperienced. I had a piece of my patella tendon used the first time as the new ACL graf, and a slice of my quad tendant the second time. They also use slices of the hamstring, or parts from a cadaver for the new ACL graf. For the meniscus they simply cut out the torn loose part. The recovery is all about the PT. She probably shouldn't step back on the field for at least 8-10 months.
  11. I haven't seen this many acorns in years! Like walking on a bed of marbles in the hardwoods.
  12. I've got a 2011. Four door, long bed and in the red like Mokes. Got 150,200 miles on it, already. Runs great and would do it again.
  13. I remember this thread from that day.
  14. Brings back memories of 30 years ago when I did a few back country backpacking trips in Yellowstone. I'll have to dig out all my pictures someday...