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Does anyone know about Poppa Bear? It would be nice to hear he is doing ok in Alaska. They had a big storm coming their way, just wondering how he and his family are doing, Peace
---Mark_V. on 5/6/12


ELENA here,live 'n Michigan..area(city)southwest Detroit. Known for All type-peoples... americans fr The South & w.coast & alot of New Yorker's here,hispanic,latinoscarribean,afrikans,arabic,greek,irish,Indian,chinese,vietnamiese,Italian,scottish,albanian,hindu.
---ELENA on 5/6/12


you guys are funny. I drove through the hurried state, parked and ran to the make it state, and I arrived at the exhausted state.
---Eloy on 2/5/12


i live in the USA, Inc. in the state of Confusion.
---aka on 2/4/12


I live in Antartica. The wi-fi and cell reception here is terrible!
---Jed on 2/4/12




I used to live in a forest, but when I fell nobody heard me!
---1st_cliff on 2/4/12


I used to live in Viet Nam and there were a lot of people trying to stop that.....
---Elder on 2/3/12


John.usa,I once lived in St.Cathrines, called "The Garden City" of the Niagara Region.
---1st_cliff on 2/3/12


duane: I understand what you mean by the peace with God living out in the countryside. My place is not as difficult to reach as yours though.

Do you have interesting wildlife to see in those Arkansas hills?
---Haz27 on 2/2/12


Haz,
There are phone lines and electric but the roads(gravel) out here in these hills get kinda rough before my property. I have to go up and down some steep ridges to get here. When the weather gets bad I need to park on a hill and walk in.
I sure enjoy the peace with God out here. Great place for a prayer meeting and get togethers.
---duane on 2/2/12




Cliff, we have a friend in St. Catharines.
---John.usa on 2/2/12


Poppa Bear, nice to hear you have friends in Harlingen. Small world and a small town close to the border. I went there for friends reunion 2 years ago, it was so hot, I could not stop sweating. I carried a little battery fan with me. Hundreds came from all over the States. We had a blast talking about the past. I didn't recognized many, since it was almost 35 or more years since I had seen them. Many left Harlingen in the early 60's. Others I knew had to tell me who the others were since we are all old now. I was surprise many were brothers in Christ, it was awesome.
How is the weather lately? That place looks so beautiful in pictures and movies. I did hear about the quake they had some time ago that wiped-out a town.
---Mark_V. on 2/2/12


duane: Your neighbourhood sounds like parts of Australia. Access by 4wd in good weather. That sounds so remote how would you be getting services such as broadband?
---Haz27 on 2/2/12


Haz27, Cool. I would like to pet one. I think they are really extraordinary creatures, sort of like a giant rabbit that hops, and they carry their babies in a pouch on their belly when they jump through the air, very interesting.
---Eloy on 2/1/12


Eloy. The wild big Red Kangaroos are not out to attack people whenever they see them. Attacks are very rare. It's more likely that they will just avoid you.
In fact you often see tame Red Kangaroos at zoos where you can feed them and pat them. These Reds are quite docile and somewhat boring actually (maybe because they get patted 1000 times a day).


---Haz27 on 2/1/12


Haz27, Wow! vicious kangaroos! I thought that their faces looked harmless like dears, like bamby. So They could make a scary horror movie, "demon-possessed kangaroos" that attack unsuspecting humans. Thanks for letting me know.
---Eloy on 1/31/12


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Eloy: Most Australians rarely see Kangaroos as they live in cities away from such wildlife.

But an interesting story occurred last year when an elderly lady was attacked by a large male Red Kangaroo (2 metres tall).
She tried to fend him off with a broom but got knocked down. She managed to scare him off by grabbing his testicles.

Those big Red Kangaroos can be dangerous(although attacks are very rare). They lean back on their tail and rip/dis-embowel with the claws on their powerful hind legs.

Fortunately the Kangaroos in my back yard are the smaller spieces which are not a threat.
---Haz27 on 1/31/12


Popa Bear, Yes southern Ontario, little know fact is that there are 13 US States that are wholly north of us,we're on the same parallel as Eureka Cal.
Once lived in Chula Vista Cal, San Diego county! 8 miles from Tijuana
---1st_cliff on 1/31/12


How bout Ga peaches....we love em here in Georgia, also known as part of the bible belt......
---shira4368 on 1/31/12


Jerusalem, Israel
---Rod4Him on 1/31/12


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Haz27, Thanks, I'm thinking that kangaroo meat might taste like venison, which is deer meat. And when Australia is shown on TV shows they show a lot of kangaroos jumping around, I thought maybe it was a common food on the restaurant plate.
---Eloy on 1/31/12


Cliff, are you in the eastern part of Canada? For whatever reason ice fishing isnt that popular up here, maybe its because we get so much in the summer that we have more than enough to last the winter.
Mark, I have some friends down there in Harlington TX, small world. I used to live out there in Northern Ca, right before the quake, I left a couple months before it got to rocking and rolling. Were waiting for the big one to hit here now. We are overdue and have the largest quake on record for the US, for most of the world as a matter of fact.
In His grip
---Poppa_Bear on 1/31/12


I live in the hills, Arkansas
Cant come to my house except by 4x4 in good weather.
---duane on 1/31/12


I live in the U.S.A...Sweet Home Alabama. Where country elegance & Southern hospitality are an everyday thing.(Scuze me...I meant, "thang":-)))
---Reba on 1/30/12


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My son used to live in North Highlands, the armpit of Sacramento.
---John.usa on 1/30/12


Eloy:
Kangaroo meat is available as well a crocodile and emu. But they are not common meats.
I think it may be exported as well so if you search around you may be able to get some local to where you live.

I have tried kangaroo, crocodile and emu but that was years ago and can't remember what they taste like.

Maybe I'll have to try them out again.
---Haz27 on 1/30/12


Poppa Bear, They talk about "climate change" but here it's like a box of chocolates (you never know what you're going to get)
We've had a fairly mild winter so far (it aint over 'till it's over).
we saw you're 18' of snow ,I guess you got our share!
We have deer here looking in the front widow,and jack rabbits the size of hound dogs! Can't beat the 4 seasons huh?
Went ice fishing but it took all day to chop a hole big enough for the boat! lol
---1st_cliff on 1/30/12


Trish, I live in Lancaster. I was thinking about moving to Istanbul, Turkey, and then I decided to move from California to Bejing, China, to live out the rest of my years: but my little sister persuaded me into moving back to Lancaster.
---Eloy on 1/30/12


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I live in the United States, specifically Pennsylvania.

Eloy, in what part of Pennsylvania do you live? I live in Bucks County, along the Delaware River.
---Trish on 1/30/12


Haz27, do Australians eat kangaroo? and if so, what does it taste like?
---Eloy on 1/30/12


The true last frontier, ALASKA, bears in the front yard and moose in the back. About twenty below last night, stick that in your tea and you'l have ice tea for a few days. If you come up here, don't forget your long Johns. Hows the weather in Canada Sir Cliff?
---Poppa_Bear on 1/30/12


Believer, as I said before, in nothern California, very close to Sacramento. But was born in Harlingen Texas, the very south of Texas, thirty miles to the border of Mexico and Texas. Learned my father lived in San Jose Ca. so moved to California at 18 years old to work and make lots of money, but never did.
---Mark_V. on 1/30/12


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in the armpit of Cape Cod (c:
---Bill_willa6989 on 1/30/12


I live on the outskirts of Austin,texas in the USA.
---Candice on 1/29/12


I live in Australia where my nearest neighbours are kangaroos, koalas, snakes, etc.
The nearest city for me is Brisbane which is not far from the white sandy tropical beaches our state is known for.
---Haz27 on 1/29/12


I live in USA
---KarenD on 1/28/12


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Cliff, Canada's a beautiful place. I've visited several times.
---John.usa on 1/28/12


In the God-condemned states, Pennsylvania.
---Eloy on 1/28/12


I live in California. That's in the USA.
---John.usa on 1/28/12


The true north strong and free
CANADA !
---1st_cliff on 1/28/12


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