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    Photos that you have taken and want to share a view of with others. *Copyright always remains with the photographer. If you would like to use a photo please always contact the photographer for permission.
     
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    DocB29.jpg B-29 One of the only two remaining flight worthy B-29's in existence.
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    DOCB29002.jpg "Doc" B-29 June 2019
     
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    B25001.jpg B25 June 2019
     
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    Capp003.jpg Boer Kid
     
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    My father-in-law trained to be a gunner on the B-29, but was never deployed. The A-bombs had been dropped and very well may have saved his life. Love my wife. Glad that Japan took it in the teeth. No mercy. Look what Japan did to China; the Rape of Nanking; on and on! No mercy. No mercy. No mercy.
     
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    I call this one "Crusoe's Plunder".
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    Spent a few days at my cabin in the mountains off grid. Had to service my battery bank and trim up and do some painting,
    ( State Park Brown is the color of choice) I set up a lot of game cameras for security and other purposes so here are a few pics that came off of them this trip.

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    FOX with dinner
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    Lastoutlaw, it appears you have the full range of visiting critters. I think free range chickens is not going to be an option. LOL Nice photos. Thanks for posting.
     
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    The black bear is also making a comeback. At one time there were also Elk there. My cabin is way back off grid in the mountains though. It is one hour drive once I pull off the blacktop to get there but is only about 10 miles. I do have bobcat and yotes here by my house too and we do free range our chickens. Haven't lost any yet to wildlife but have lost them to neighbor's dogs. They have been warned about their dogs for the last time.
     
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    But those cats looked huge. Lynx or bobcat aren't usually so large, are they? Are cougar mixing with bobcat? Or something else?
     
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    Those are the B.O.B. brand of bobcat...Big Ol’ Buggers!

    I have seen a few bobcats that big, especially in areas where food is consistently plentiful from year to year.


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    Pretty much the average size around here.
     
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    This is a bear in the area that someone posted a pic of. I think they messed with the height of the feeder a bit but he still is a pretty big black bear.

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    When I posted earlier, I was reading hurrying thru this thread on my phone and overlooked the part about cougars. There has never been genetic documentation of breeding between cougars and bobcats or lynx, thank goodness!




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      Yeah, I'm being dumb. HHAHAAA. I know. But they sure look meaty yet lanky. They look bigger than what I have seen where I lived before and we saw them a lot.
       
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    Radar!!!! No ma'am, you are not dumb, or anywhere close to that!

    In some areas of Louisiana where I am from, our bobcats were so puny that they looked like overgrown house cats. Probably lost weight running away from gators all the time, lol.

    When I moved to my BOL years ago, and met some honest to goodness BIG bobcats. AND mountain lions... I wondered the same as you, but Mr. Google said no, not possible.


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      What did Mr. Google say was not possible? about mountain lions and bobcats crossing, or bobcats being big? or....?
       
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    This thread is making me hungry...

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    Ooops. Sorry Radar... I was referring to my earlier post.


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    the only thing, from my point of view, which is a shame is the comment about the battery bank. if I had a cabin up in the mountains(no mountains in England) that's the one thing I would leave out.
     
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    Great pics!! Thank you all for sharing. I thought the same thing about the bobcats; biggest I have ever seen. If one wasn't enough he went and found a friend.
     
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    It is funny that you say that because that is the one thing that others up there who also own cabins in the area say that they really do wish that they had. I really only added the battery bank so that I could keep my food cold and not have to drive back down to pavement every three or four days like others do. I have a chest freezer that is converted to a fridge that I run off the batteries to keep my food and drinks cool.
     
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    don't get me wrong, each to their own, its just that my personal preference would be to go without electricity, its how I lived all those years when I was off grid. if I wanted to keep stuff cool it was placed in the stream in a watertight container with a large stone on top of it.
     
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    Things aren't that cool here. Temps in summer get way over 100F. Streams don't always run and aren't usually cool enough to keep food cold.
     
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