The Bush (forest)

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White-Wolf

The Bush (forest)

Postby White-Wolf » 03 Oct 2014, 21:58

I look on with amusement as many here are fascinated with the wilderness, I feel that is a good thing, however, where I live seldom does any one ever see the extent of true wilderness (bush). I live deep in the bush but have access to a small town
about 40 klicks away. North of where I live as well as east, and west for hundreds of kilometers there is nothing but wilderness. There are Moose,grizzlies, black bear, coyotes, wolves martin bobcats, mule deer, white tail deer, river otters(that come up to the lake on my property) eagles, osprey, hawks,owls. I could go on, yesterday there was a muskrat in my wood shed. Those damn coyotes like to eat my cats. I live in northern BC Canada, this is changing rather quickly as the area where I live has become very popular with American immigrants. However, that aside don't you wish you were here? LOL

your welcome to gather here for a celebration,contact me first through the site.

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