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Cajones

Dan

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Not just cojones ...

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The size of church bells, my friends. The size of church bells.
 

prudence

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That was his moment in the sun...his RUGGED days are over.

Who in the hell goes hiking and climbing ALONE???
 

Dan

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I've gone hiking alone ... but it's usually on a well-used, well-established trail, where you'll encounter others on a regular basis. Wilderness hiking on your own, though ... forget it!
 

Tom R

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alone

I've gone cross county skiing alone until I thought what if something goes wrong - Tomscicle!
 

el Guapo

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I'm awe struck! Now that is a bar story. "See I was trapped by this bolder, see..."
 

Chet

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El Guapo said:
I'm awe struck! Now that is a bar story. "See I was trapped by this bolder, see..."

No crap - I'd buy him the next beer!
 

biscuit

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I've done some stupid things in the outdoors before, but hiking alone in a canyon, really not that bright. I have to say however that this guy must have bowling balls for cajones. How did he manage to cut through the bone with a pocket knife without going into shock? Amazing
 

Cardinal

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I wouldn't try climbing alone, but I often hike alone. If you know what you are doing, you can go off into the backcountry with less reason to be concerned than some wanna-be on a trail in a state park.

A couple weeks ago I made my own temporary tooth filling, but I am not about to start amputating anything larger than a toenail.
 
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