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Old 01-11-2011, 03:49 PM   #1
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There are Man Campers, Man Caves then there is Man World or a Porta Potty Convention.
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Old 01-11-2011, 04:46 PM   #2
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Well, there is hole in the bottom of those things!
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Old 01-11-2011, 05:10 PM   #3
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That could be one method of keeping the hole open except when observing through binoculars (not me) they don't always use the privacy of the shack.
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Did you know that in some parts of Canada and US that there are literally small villages set up on the ice? Complete with streets and your corner store?
Entire families come out and stay in the ice shacks (some look like houses) all week end long. You see every kind of thing that you can imagine and some you just shake your head over.
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I have no idea where Shawano is but the picture could have been taken on Long Point Bay on the north shore of Lake Erie. Only double the number of shacks.
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Did you know that in some parts of Canada and US that there are literally small villages set up on the ice? Complete with streets and your corner store?
Entire families come out and stay in the ice shacks (some look like houses) all week end long. You see every kind of thing that you can imagine and some you just shake your head over.
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I love this notion as a sort of anti-burning-man.
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Old 01-11-2011, 10:47 PM   #7
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Straight west of Green Bay. Shawano Lake.
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Hi: Cyndi B... Gives a whole new meaning to the phrase "Chill out" don't it ???
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I can think of better ways. I guess they use to race cars on the lake on an oval track. Obviously something must have happened to curtail that. It's more populated the closer you get to the two towns. I suppose closer to resupply. And there's jogging involved as you run from hole to hole when you bell goes off. I hope our 4 legged social butterfly doesn't discover there's humans out there.
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Straight west of Green Bay. Shawano Lake.
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So you're north of us. Up there in cold and snow country.
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Yeah. Last year it was Eastern Montana.
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now here is were you need to be in the winter time, not on a lake freezing your whatever off.
It is a lot closer to being finished now and even has a hitch for pulling the Casita.
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It wouldn't take much to be closer to being finished from that picture.

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now here is were you need to be in the winter time, not on a lake freezing your whatever off.
It is a lot closer to being finished now and even has a hitch for pulling the Casita.
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Hey Jim. Nice 1953-1955 Ford F-100!!!! I know it's not a 56... that's a slat cab. Looking at the dash... I'm betting it's a 53.

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