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Old 06-30-2013, 06:08 PM   #15
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If I encountered my ant Sylvia out there...that would scare me!

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Originally Posted by TXiceman View Post
It all depends on where you are boon docking.



We do not boondock a LOT, but we figure that if we don't see animals we must be to close to people.....

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While boon docking, what wild animals have you come across at your camp site?
Some very drunk campers from another site! Some are entertaining, most are annoying, a few too friendly, and a rare dangerous one who wants to take on the world for his troubles!

As far as critters here in Forida - alligators, snakes, lizards, raccoons, armadillos, opossums, otters, manatees, bobcats, cyotes, fox, deer, owls, hawks, falcons, wild pigs (actual pigs - not the drunks again), birds of all types, BUGs of all types (esp. mosquitos - Floridas state bird), and BATS - which eat bugs! There is a campground here in Florida that has 5 BAT houses and there are less bugs there than my yard.

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