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Some hunting and exploration books.

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I'm a God and Gun kinda guy....

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Probably not too many have a Septuagint on the shelf....


THAT's impressive. my mom would be envious.

My dad has shelves like that. I always yell, Holy Stuff, that's a lot of holy stuff! Whenever I see it. Dad's gone but Mom still has it. They gave away many boxes of books during their moves around or it would be worse. More, I mean more, haha, silly me. It would be more.


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Broken fishing equipment.


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I bought a 50th anniversary of D-Day Zippo lighter, sucker hasn't appreciated at all!!!


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Pretty good outdoor and hunting book collection.


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Whiskey, coins, guns, relics from yesteryear. Antlers, skulls, feathers, rocks, crystals, anything neat from the wilderness. I have a garage completely full of junk. Its a curse.


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Rusty crusty, bent, broken and unknown metal artifacts from the old mines, sawmills and logging camps in my county. There has been a lot of that stuff see the light of day since the big forest fires started ripping through here the last few years. And an ancient dirty cartridge collection that has yet to be catalogued.


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Old Porsches among other stuff.
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I do have a craving for the front & center black one.

But in reality, any info on the the black Silverado in the background? Could it be for sale?

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Originally Posted by rem141r
i might start collecting cub cadet tractors. just got my first the other week and really like it.

Probably the best mower I’ve ever had. It’s a beast mowing on side slopes.
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Guns, knives, outdoor and reloading magazines and books, reloading components (nowadays, some reloading shops would be jealous 😊). Arrowheads, unusual rocks ,especially agate and chalcedony, fossils and unusual items I find in the woods. My wife usually refers to it as “junk” but I have a really good memory and can relate where I found something and the circumstances, what I was hunting, etc.


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Originally Posted by Toddly
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i might start collecting cub cadet tractors. just got my first the other week and really like it.

Probably the best mower I’ve ever had. It’s a beast mowing on side slopes.
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My Dad is on his second one of these CC zero turn mowers with a steering wheel. He raves about'em.


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Anchorage Fur Rondy stuff, been at it for 50 years not worth a whole lot but it's unique to here.

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Originally Posted by kingston
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i might start collecting cub cadet tractors. just got my first the other week and really like it.

Probably the best mower I’ve ever had. It’s a beast mowing on side slopes.
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My Dad is on his second one of these CC zero turn mowers with a steering wheel. He raves about'em.

Once you get used to mowing on side slopes they are awesome. Cuts my mowing time in half.

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Memories, and dust.


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Deer antlers. I saw the skull and skin it off . Let them dry and end up hanging them in the attic where nobody ever sees them. My wife wants me to get rid of them and she has never even been in the attic. Don't know why I save them all but I do.

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I collect enough schit on accident that I don’t have enough room for collecting things on purpose.

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Originally Posted by Toddly
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Originally Posted by Toddly
Originally Posted by rem141r
i might start collecting cub cadet tractors. just got my first the other week and really like it.

Probably the best mower I’ve ever had. It’s a beast mowing on side slopes.
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My Dad is on his second one of these CC zero turn mowers with a steering wheel. He raves about'em.

Once you get used to mowing on side slopes they are awesome. Cuts my mowing time in half.

On my 3rd year with one. It’s been a good investment.

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Experiences.

Proxies hold little interest to me, which is why I don't watch professional sports and the like. I am more at home on the field than watching from the stands.

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