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    ""had a great time working with you. we couldnt have had a better survival consultant . thanks. Gene""

    Very kind words sir. I had a good time with you too. Thanks!
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    I think you're right, this is a better forum. Thanks again for the vast knowledge you shared with me. I would like to come back down that way after my hike, but I may just keep kickin my heels and try to get my ashes out west.
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    I'm doing well. Congratulations on your move (I love the Smoky Mountains). Be sure and let me know if you do the tv series, I'd love to watch.
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    That crazy! Stalking through the bushes to get so close to an animal and they executing an accurate throw must have taken years and years of practice. Most people are challenged when stalking an animal with a rifle! Do you usually spot and stalk or sit and wait?
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    Hey, im just curious, have you ever had any luck in primitive hunting? Have you ever killed large or small game with javolines or spears?
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    Just found your youtube channel...lots of great info. keep up the good work!
  7. ever tried pecan saplings for arrow shafts?
    I really enjoy learning from your videos and posts. thanks for everything!
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    Good to hear things are ok.
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    I'm OK. What happened?
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    I've been with AllState most of my life. I can't really tell you about other companies since AllState's all I know. They are a great company and have done right by me all these years.
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About erunkiswldrnssurvival
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Disaster relief specialist
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Smoky Mountain National Park
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God lives in the Mountain, Serve the Master, The Mountain also serves the Master. Serve the Mountain,
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Scorpion oil lamp: The Archaic Smokeless Fire

by erunkiswldrnssurvival on 08-15-2008 at 01:57 AM
The aperatus is simple, a shallow pottery bowl,
a handfull of fine gravel,four stones fashioned to
look like a scorpion,one or more wicks
(red belt bracket)and enough oil to fill the bowl.
Used for cooking,heating,and ligthing,the Scorpion motif is a powerful survival tool.without
the poisonous smoke of a wood fire,you can
heat the inside of a snow shelter or tent.Also
known as a kudlijk(Eskimo oil stove)they were used for tens of centuries for

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