I would fucking love to ditch bookface, but since I spent 15 years in DC, then 2 in San Diego, then 2 in Montana, and now in WV it's really the only way I have to routinely keep up with folks. If I still lived in DC and saw most of my friends on the regular I'd certainly have dumped it.Ok, whew! No longer on the book of faces!? Crazy.
I assume you mean they're in your yard.They are in my year about every other day this year. Cannot leave food in car or windows down this year.
Stopped using that a year ago.I didn't unfriend. Just cancelled Facebook completely. I am still your friend. You have my phone number and email and I have yours. Facebook isn't the end of the world, Brett. . .
I would have thought the first place by the lake would be relatively active...If you're looking for camping by a lake, here is one of my favorite spots. It's not really a "secret stash"; there's usually one or two other parties there, but it's great camping and totally legal:
Another great area is the huge area south of Parlin, CO and US50. There aren't lakes but it's gorgeous and you can camp anywhere. I've never seen a soul out here:
I depends. If your car is locked AND they cannot smell or see something, the way they get in is claws around edge of window.Exactly, fishEH!
Yes, they get into cars on the rare occasion and it's very easy for them, but unlikely at the campsite if you're around.
LOL. I was hoping you would help. You would definitely be more fit for that. My female neighbors would be rejoicing.Just man up, put on your loincloth, and wrestle it while your similarly clad buddies poke it with sharp sticks.
Whoops yes. You can scare the fvck out of a black or lion. Get aggressive with both if they are close.I assume you mean they're in your yard.
I had one in the back yard last summer, haven't seen any since.
Lots of deer and elk, of course.
Haven't seen the neighborhood mountain lion for a while.
I hope she's ok..
Scary, but beautiful.