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Cross-7

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I'm from the staked plains where every square inch is farmed turnrow to turnrow.
I'm not totally naive as I spent a year in NE OK, for those that are familiar with the area Salina, Kenwood, Rose area.
Spent a few drunk nights in Siloam springs, AR. So I know how things are back in the woods and hollers.

This may be no surprise to you but I find it intriguing.

You have your serious cattleman with the clean pasture and good fences.


Then the farmers from cotton, corn, milo, beans, wheat, canola, you name it



Then there are the creeks and bottoms where the trees grow thick.
No femce or old broke down fences.
Thick grown up trees and brush.
A mail box way back up on the county road, but no sign of a dwelling anywhere. A no trespassing sign a 1/2 mile in the woods. You look around and realize they'd never find your corpse out here so you make a 180 and head back to open country




The diversity is interesting
 
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Cross-7

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Ouachita":2mszja7v said:
You should have manned up and kept rolling, I had a cold beer waitin on you


Hey brother long time since you posted.
How's life ?
 

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Cross-7":2bgsklso said:
Thick grown up trees and brush.
A mail box way back up on the county road, but no sign of a dwelling anywhere. A no trespassing sign a 1/2 mile in the woods. You look around and realize they'd never find your corpse out here so you make a 180 and head back to open country


Just around the curve, you would have run right into CausticBurno
 

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About 15 Miles s of siloam here, thpse nights wouldn't have been at the elkhorn or the Blackhawk would they ?
 

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