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Some websites are esoteric and dedicated to a single bizarre purpose, which can be amusing but begs the question: How did they think of that? Here are a few of them.
Disapproving Rabbits is dedic... Posted on 12/23/09 at 12:00 AM
NASCAR DAD Year of the Rabbit in the Greenway
Rabbits are invading gardens in GF from the Greenway explosion. Varmints are eating gardens, flowers, shrubs, trees , and pollution, spreading rabies etc. We need more dogs, owls, hawks, foxes and gen... Posted on 7/26/09 at 4:19 PM
NORTH DAKOTA OUTDOORS AND BEYOND birth of a trapper
I grew up on the trap line with my dad in LaMoure and Dickey county in the early 80s. Times have changed and the urbanization, high gas, low fur prices combined mean taking off every night to check tr... Posted on 5/6/09 at 3:19 PM
It is called Como Bluff, and archaeologists dug up dinosaur bones there early in the 20th Century. Someone told me about the spot located northwest of Laramie, Wyo. and in the 1970s I drove the 100 miles from my modest house in Cheyenne and explored the site.
Clerissa Nelson of Valley City, N.D., walks Saturday with her rabbit, which won first place in best opposite satin category at the North Dakota Rabbit Breeders winter gathering at the Jamestown Civic Center. (John M. Steiner / The Sun)
There are indeed people like the late author and columnist Robert Ruark, who leap headlong into hunting by pursuing African game or North American wild sheep, although, mercifully, in my experience, hunters of this type are not numerous.
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