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Booshway
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Hello, the 'Fire! I am glad to share with you that Jason Gatliff of Historical Enterprises has agreed to take ownership of the Campfire. I'm sure all of you understand his initial hesitation, given how recently he has assumed publication of Muzzleloader and all of the work that goes along with it. Let me be clear that there was never a lack of appreciation for the loyalty and enthusiasm of all of you! Either on our part or Jason's. We all understand how important our fellowship here is. I'm sure, from time to time, you'll hear from me or Bill, so this isn't goodbye on our part either. Welcome to the 'Fire, Jason! -Linda


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Booshway
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Jason , Thanks for keeping the campfire lit....Woodman
 
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Booshway
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Good deal for sure...


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Thanks Jason. I was just gonna kinda fade away - as old mountain men do.

Now, there be some fellers I need to clue you in on . . . keep a weather eye on the Tall Tales bunch . . .

Grinnin'Sticks


As long as there's Limb Bacon a man'll eat! (But mebbe not his wife...)
 
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Booshway
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Jason,
Many thanks for tending the fire. It was starting to get a little cold out here in the north woods.


"Any day you wake up on the right side of the dirt is a good day"
 
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Factor
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Jason,
Thanks for letting us old coots continue to jaw with each other here.
Some of us make a nusance out of ourselves, but we are amenable to being corrected, just be gentle.
León


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Jason, Thank you!! Hallelujah and jubilee!! I am rejoicin'. This is very good news! What is the pre 1840 equivalent of Woot! Wooot! ?
 
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Booshway
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Outstanding news! Thank you Jason!! Big Grin
 
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Jason,Many Thanks for keeping the Fire lit,.
 
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Graybeard
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Since the Campfire is to remain lit, I'll modify my offer for spice kits.

Anyone that will pay for material and shipping can have one....

Four or five bottle kits - Salt, Pepper, Sugar, Garlic and if five your choice for the fifth.

They should run less than $10 with shipping. Let me know if you need one.


shoot first ask questions later
 
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Jason, A thousand and one thank you's for keeping the forum open. I have learned (and unlearned) a lot from this group.
Cheers,
Axe
 
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Pilgrim
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Linda and Bill, Thanks much for many years of tending the fire. Your efforts to keep it active following your retirement is also appreciated.

Jason, you have big shoes to fill, but your demonstrated sincerity with the magazine will surely carry over here. Thanks.


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Booshway
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Wow,kinda far hike from over where we were told to go to here,but I like this bunch too,specially Leon,and that ol' troublemaker Fiddlesticks....I'll just have to stretch my trapline out a bit to include this too....


Beer is proof that God loves us,and wants us to be happy-B. Franklin
 
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Thankee 'Tooth. I'll try to haul back on my trouble makin' and fer shore keep my feet oughta your traps!

Pssst! - don't say nuthin' to Volie and we'll see if we can ketch him by the big toe! Haw!

Snickerin'Sticks


As long as there's Limb Bacon a man'll eat! (But mebbe not his wife...)
 
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Booshway
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*snicker*


Beer is proof that God loves us,and wants us to be happy-B. Franklin
 
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Factor
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Pssst! - I happen to know you can bait his trap with lizards - for more than one reason. They's a weakness o' his'n . . .

Keep this just betwixt me an' you, 'Tooth.

Mum'stheword'Sticks


As long as there's Limb Bacon a man'll eat! (But mebbe not his wife...)
 
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Factor
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eenie, meanie, mynie mow,
if you catch a volie by his toe...


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Booshway
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Make him holler, make him squeal, make him suck on a sour lemon peel!

ROFLMAO, xfox


The forest is a wilderness only to those that fear it, silent only to those that hear nothing. The forest is a friend to those that dwell within its' nature and it is filled with the sounds of life to those that listen.
 
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Booshway
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Glad to hear the news Jason. Nice of you to stoke the fire for a while. I really hope it all woeks out well for you and the fire burns bright for a long time to come.

L8R...Ken
 
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Hivernant
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As somebody once said,

Wahl' I'll be et for the Devil's Tater!

Yeeee Hawwwww!

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