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    Greetings from green country, Okla., Yelnif here,

    I'm 62 yrs young wishing I was 25 again. Been a beekeeper for the last 20+ years, not big- just enough for family and friends. Build cedar and canvas canoes using hand tools only. I enjoy going into the woods- sometimes with a weapon, wool blanket, and a small tarp shelter but often with just a good knife and a possibles pouch.
    I consider myself somewhere between a novice/ intermediate as far as survival skills go. I have read and studied on many skills/ equipment but have not tried them all- again being 25 would be nice. I had a lot more energy then.
    I'm not big on posting stuff just to get 'posting points', if I have a question or relevant comment then you may hear from me. I enjoy reading through old posts' and forums' as this is a wealth of information if one takes the time to research.
    A very heartfelt "Thank You" to y'all for this opportunity. Lee...


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    Welcome home.

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    Hunter63, saying Hey and Welcome.
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    Hey, welcome from Alaska, previously Duncan, OK.
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    Thank you all for the warm welcome. I have been back tracking a number of the forums here and I have to say that this is the best site out there. For hibervents, like myself, reading these old threads is like opening up a goldmine- some very knowledgeable folks here. yelnif...

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    howdy.......
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