why you shouldn't leave your cooking pot in a tree...

Posted by mountainmelody On 4/13/2009 08:00:00 PM
Here's an interesting photo I received from an esteemed reader recently--

5 Responses to 'why you shouldn't leave your cooking pot in a tree...'

  1. Anonymous said...
    http://mountainmelody.blogspot.com/2009/04/why-you-shouldnt-leave-your-cooking-pot.html?showComment=1239672960000#c8695929367341875330'> 8:36 PM

    Just another example of the great and unusual things you see when you're geocaching.

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  2. http://mountainmelody.blogspot.com/2009/04/why-you-shouldnt-leave-your-cooking-pot.html?showComment=1239674100000#c756104804690336735'> 8:55 PM

    Very interesting. It makes me wonder why someone left it there.

     

  3. Melissa said...
    http://mountainmelody.blogspot.com/2009/04/why-you-shouldnt-leave-your-cooking-pot.html?showComment=1239713100000#c7924485991435011247'> 7:45 AM

    This is interesting, but I'm still confused about geocaching. Either I don't have enough context clues or geocaching is something really random. Hmmm...maybe both.

     

  4. http://mountainmelody.blogspot.com/2009/04/why-you-shouldnt-leave-your-cooking-pot.html?showComment=1239719460000#c7262900995945910316'> 9:31 AM

    WOW!! That's cool! Another pleasure of being in the south! I'm sure Yankee trees don't have pots in them and tires around the base!! :)

     

  5. The Logistician said...
    http://mountainmelody.blogspot.com/2009/04/why-you-shouldnt-leave-your-cooking-pot.html?showComment=1240535460000#c6359797339159189218'> 8:11 PM

    Nice work. I came across your blog while “blog surfing” using the Next Blog button on the blue Nav Bar located at the top of my blogger.com site. I frequently just travel around looking for other blogs which exist on the Internet, and the various, creative ways in which people express themselves. Thanks for sharing.

     

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