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Old 10-14-2012, 02:31 PM   #21
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Beautiful photos again! Bogs are fascinating, wish there was one a bit closer to where I am.

What in the heck is that in the tree in photo 4, posting 15?
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Old 11-04-2012, 06:13 PM   #22
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It's scale... isn't that disgusting>>>?
Ya, I love bogs. I know where there are 2 pristine bogs each within an hour's drive of me that the general public doesn't have access to that I could take you to!!! Each 1 rivals Jackson Bog in their own way. 1 thing though.... neither 1 has a decent boardwalk so you'd need boat shoes and be prepared to go in the drink. I've escaped going in each time I've gone but I can't say the same for the people I've gone in with. Every time I've gone, somebody has ended up in the drink. It's why I don't go there when it's cold outside because the rough areas are about a mile in and it really sucks walking back a mile drenched on a cold day.
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