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in my opinion. it is about a retired WWII vet that moved out into the wilderness of Alaska. the guy was pretty amazing and an incredible wood worker. if you never seen it, take the time to watch it sometime.
Eschutz wrote:1. Find urban/suburban pond, 5 acres or less is ideal.
2. Ask yourself, you think anyone has the balls to hunt this?
3. Pound the piss out of it and collect band money.
4. Come back following day, check for no trespass signs, repeat #3 accordingly.
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Ive seen that before the old boy has got some skills
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Watched it a hundred times, thanks PBS.
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I too have watched it several times. It is one of the best.
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If you like the video you will love the book. I have probably read it 15 times.
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Anyone that can make door hinges out of wood, is cool by me.
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I watched a few minutes of the video, it looks very interesting.
But, I can't bear to watch it because of the awful dubbed over sound effects. I admit it's a strange thing to be bothered by, but it drives me nuts.
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