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Unread 10-27-2008, 07:54 AM   #1
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What Is Best In Life?

Remember when Conan was asked, "What is best in life?"
He answered, "To crush your enemies , see them driven before you, and to hear the lamentations of their women!"

Although the Barbarian brings up a few practical points, I prefer the simpler pleasures.
Like bacon on a chilly morning while camping.
What does it for you?



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Driving during a snow storm in the mountains at night. Yea I know I'm weird but that makes me smile.
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A sunday drive on back roads with no destination in mind with a good cd playing.
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I'm really a big fan of waking up down at camp on a cold November morning before we go out deer hunting. The grandfather roaming around the kitchen making breakfast consisting of BACON, home fries, eggs, and toast. Really makes me feel peaceful
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Driving during a snow storm in the mountains at night. Yea I know I'm weird but that makes me smile.
I second the weird guy, except we don't have mountains, just hills.
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I second the weird guy, except we don't have mountains, just hills.
Ah ha. I'm not the only one.
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And also everything about the 'waking up in camp with bacon' thing, except minus the deer hunting, and plus the wakeboard boat anchored a few feet offshore in a dead-calm lake. (and not in November)

And standing on top of a mountain after a couple days of incredibly hard work trying to get there.

And powder days.

And putting the last piece of wood in the woodshed and feeling ready for a big winter.

And getting home from work on the bike and hearing the pitter-patter of two-year-old feet ripping across the house upstairs coming to meet me.
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show us better pics of that sweet adventure trailer!
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We went camping over the weekend among an elk herd, about 98 of them. It was just so cool.

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And getting home from work on the bike and hearing the pitter-patter of two-year-old feet ripping across the house upstairs coming to meet me.
Ditto x100. Only mine is 4 and makes my day when I hear Hi Daddy right before he climbs on my feet to get in my arms.
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We went camping over the weekend among an elk herd, about 98 of them. It was just so cool.

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Where is this at? Can you hunt those?
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