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Old 07-30-2016, 09:28 PM   #1
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Bear Hunt

One day an Ol' Boy was hanging around the center of town when he saw several of his friends who looked like they was on a mission. He said, "what you boys doing?" They said we going on a bear hunt. Well he thought they were bull shooting and he was bored so he asked to go along. He got in the truck and they proceeded to drive a couple of hours up into the mountains. By this point he was a little concerned but was still sure they were just bull shooting. They finally arrived at a cabin and began to unload the truck. The friends said we have an extra rifle if you would like the use it but their guest said, " naw' I don't need no gun, I can catch a bear with my bare hands!" They said your crazy man! The next morning the group prepared a big breakfast including eggs, bacon, sausage along with biscuits and lot of butter. During breakfast the Ol' Boy started to get nervous and concerned they was actually going bear hunting. His stomach started to ache and he had to go out back and take care of business. While he was in the squating position he felt a hot breath on the back of his neck. When he turned around and looked it was the largest darn bear he had ever seen in his life. Terrified, he grabbed the front and rear of his bib overalls and started running toward the club house. Every time he moved his foot the bear's paw would land in the exact same spot.He finally reached the back door of the club with the bear following right behind him step for step. Once inside he jumped over the table and hid behind a chair. When the bear came in and jumped up on the table he stepped in one of those bowls of butter and slid upside down the whole length of the table and slammed into a solid block wall. When the Ol' Boy seen the bear knocked out after hitting the wall, he jumped up and said, "skin that sucker boys I'm going to get another one."

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Old 07-31-2016, 09:25 PM   #2
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Reminds me of the Jeremiah Johnson movie/Robert Redford was the newbie in the cabin when the bear was trapped inside.

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Another bear story that is true. When we lived In Northern MN we had a friend that built an outdoor toilet. She, yes she, put the door on so it opened inward. Along came a bear. Have you ever tried to open a inward swinging door to an outhouse to let a bear out.......
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Sounds like 'hunting' in Alaska. a few decades ago, a friend was at their remote cabin for the summer. The guys were out fishing, the wife (5'1", 70 years old) was at the kitchen window washing dishes. About that time a black bear attempted to crawl through the open window. The only 'weapon' she has was an 18" cast iron skillet. She hit the black bear over the head as hard as should could, after which the bear fell on to the deck. She shut the window and waited for the guys to return. As they were walking up to the cabin, they wondered what the dogs was doing on the deck. Then they found out that it was the black bear, DEAD!
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