Perhaps we should plan a RJ camping trip!

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    Jan 26, 2018 1:35 AM GMT
    Fuck the fake cruz crap!!

    Let's go camping!!
    Spring is on the way.......

    Where is your favorite place to get out in nature??

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  • mwolverine

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    Jan 26, 2018 6:08 AM GMT
    Yosemite!

    Sleeping Bear Dunes or Isle Royal.
  • MuchoMasQueMu...

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    Jan 26, 2018 6:53 AM GMT
    The most beautiful area I've went camping was up in northern California. It was many years ago and before they had smartphones. Dang, I wish I had a camera, the area was gorgeous and it was near these beautiful rock formations that went right into the water. It looked like Mother nature's modern minimalist art.

    It was somewhat close to Russian River but it was another area. Wish I could remember the name of the area. I'd love to go back there again.
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    Jan 26, 2018 1:49 PM GMT
    I have a number of favorites. I suppose top would be the US Pacific Northwest. From the forests to right along the Pacific shores. Others would be the Ozarks, the Appalachians through New England, or even the Texas Hill Country, in the less arid places. But always I like to be near water: ocean, lake or river & stream.

    Just make sure it's with experienced guys, not amateurish, unskilled cry-babies. Nevertheless I've camped with some gay guys who initially claimed they were delicate novices, yet quickly proved my belief that many gay guys are tougher and more resourceful than even they realize they are.

    And BTW, there's a Forum topic entitled "Outdoor Life" under the Sports category. Created by yours truly some years ago. Although its description I wrote (along with all the other topic descriptions) were removed during one of the site updates.
  • bro4bro

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    Jan 26, 2018 5:49 PM GMT
    I agree with Mucho, the redwood groves of Northern California are incredibly beautiful (picture the forest scenes from Return of the Jedi - because that's where they were filmed). Who's up for a Bigfoot hunt?
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    Jan 26, 2018 5:56 PM GMT
    Somewhere far enough from the cities - where you can see all the stars.
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    Jan 27, 2018 4:38 PM GMT
    2bnaked saidFuck the fake cruz crap!!

    Let's go camping!!
    Spring is on the way.......

    Where is your favorite place to get out in nature??

    Post inspired by Triggerman
    No thank you. Camping is not my cup of tea. Did enough of that shit in Army field training. Stuffy dark tents, creaky cotts, restrictive sleeping bags, getting bit by insect pests, venomous snakes sneaking around ready to bite, no thanks. The city is the best place to be.
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    Jan 27, 2018 11:07 PM GMT
    roadbikeRob said
    2bnaked saidFuck the fake cruz crap!!

    Let's go camping!!
    Spring is on the way.......

    Where is your favorite place to get out in nature??

    Post inspired by Triggerman
    No thank you. Camping is not my cup of tea. Did enough of that shit in Army field training. Stuffy dark tents, creaky cotts, restrictive sleeping bags, getting bit by insect pests, venomous snakes sneaking around ready to bite, no thanks. The city is the best place to be.


    My idea of camping is not like you think! When I do go, I like to take an airstream or big winnebago! Fully equipped with beads, stove and off the ground! No tents. This is the only way to flY!! lol
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    Jan 29, 2018 7:08 PM GMT
    Plooje said
    art_deco saidAnd BTW, there's a Forum topic entitled "Outdoor Life" under the Sports category. Created by yours truly some years ago. Although its description I wrote (along with all the other topic descriptions) were removed during one of the site updates.


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    It's what he does best.
    Don't expect the truth, get in the way of a good story though.
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    Jan 29, 2018 7:11 PM GMT
    bro4bro saidI agree with Mucho, the redwood groves of Northern California are incredibly beautiful (picture the forest scenes from Return of the Jedi - because that's where they were filmed). Who's up for a Bigfoot hunt?

    If it must be in America, instead of the Great Southern Land; perfect.
    If Down Under, Walhalla, Great Ocean Road, the high country, maybe you even Tasmania.
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    Jan 29, 2018 8:25 PM GMT
    art_deco saidJust make sure it's with experienced guys, not amateurish, unskilled cry-babies. Nevertheless I've camped with some gay guys who initially claimed they were delicate novices, yet quickly proved my belief that many gay guys are tougher and more resourceful than even they realize they are.

    Heaven's to Murgatroyd, Pickle Me grandmother.
    How homophobic. Remember half brother, you are not a gay. You a bisexual, who's lived most of your life as a married, breeding hetrosexual. Who late in life made a lifestyel change, to live the gay lifestyel. Very diffrent to being born a Bona Fide Homosexual, and living ones whole life as a gay.
    Yet you continental to look down on us Bona Fide Homosexuals, as something less than men.
    People you've view as dirty and beneath you. The complexities of bisexuality.
    Yet Deco I being born a Bona Fide Homosexual, and living my whole life as a gay.
    Never got sent away to camp, to learn how to man up as you did. It all came naturally to me.
    Nor did my father view my sister as the son he never had.
    Yet you've continually, been amazed at how butch and rugged, us Bona Fide Homosexuals can be and are.
    No doubt there are a number of Bona Fide Homosexuals, who'd be able to teach you a thing or two, about manning up.