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#26

GypsyGoldAu
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31 July 2017 01:34 pm

LoneWolf wrote:

Mine is not about me, but what happened to my mates Father... Here is His Story as reported.... This Freaks me out every time ....

http://gcbro.com/SEQues001.htm

My mates Father still won't talk much about this now and has had some extensive Physiological Counselling over the years.... Sleep Well lol

LW...

Call me skeptic (and yeah, i know we're having fun here cool ), and i'll play devils advocate here too, but i gotta call BS!...i just gotta. ops

Per;...

<snip> "2 Minutes later there was a 'crack' about 80 meters behind me, this time I paid a little more attention. It was very obvious to me that he was on two feet. Then I heard the soft noise of a leafy branch gently parting and gently being returned, 'crack', silence,
60 meters away, deliberate soft placement of feet slowly, silence.

The slow and soft return of leaves on branch's and slow precise placement of footing started to bother me at 50 meters away (not forgetting I was still 20 meters from the tree line). As it came closer, somehow he became even more delicate, kind of like a cat stalking a bird."...<snip>

Ok, so i wasn't there to verify, and i'm not one to call 'liar' without evidence of such, but DANG!!! your mates father must have 'bionic' hearing... big_smile

P.S. I'm sure you meant 'psychological' counselling... or am i wrong, and it WAS physiological due to beating a hasty retreat? wink tongue devil

Good read though, so thanks for sharing. wink thumbsup

Cheers

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#27

LoneWolf
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31 July 2017 03:41 pm

devil That's the Way I remember as he described to Me.... It has been 15 or so years since I have seen my mate and his Father......and gcbro has more than likely waved their 'Magic' over it...
Im a believer.... and yes I meant Psychological.... Sorry I chose to Earn instead of Learn.... tongue lol

LW...

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#28

OldGT
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31 July 2017 06:41 pm

Love a good story tall,true, or other.... It's great to be skeptical until it happens to you. I remember scoffing at what I thought was a tall tale of huge anacondas living in remote caves qnd jungle areas in South America, right up until I saw a snake skin rolled out well over 50 feet long. A shame it was before mobile phones, I'd lost my camera the day before and wasn't able to take a picture, made me think twice about legendary tales of impossible animals, Not to mention the ears and shell of a recent kill of the supposed extinct giant armadillo...

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#29

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31 July 2017 06:53 pm

Just when I had convinced myself it was safe to be out in the bush alone. Now I"ll be jumping at every noise, yikes . Thought I only had the wild dogs and the odd yowie to worry about. sad Should have stopped reading long ago.


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#30

GypsyGoldAu
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31 July 2017 06:57 pm

No worries LW... i just chose to do both. Great for us all being different and following our own paths. PS... it 'could' have been either, hence my query... thumbsup

OldGT, as noted, I did reflect i wasn't there, just the #'s didn't add up (to me)....and yeah, it's a good tale, true or otherwise.

I'm sure the teller's a decent bloke too. wink

[edit]... <snip>.."The largest anaconda ever measured was almost 28 feet long with a girth of 44 inches. She wasn't weighed at the time she was caught, but scientists estimate that she must have weighed over 500 lbs. The other snake that competes with the anaconda is the Asiatic Reticulated Python (Python reticulatus)."<snip>

<snip>"Growing up to 30 feet long, the reticulated python (Python reticulatus) of southeastern Asia and the East Indies is the longest snake in the world. These giants have an average weight of 250 pounds, but the largest known specimen in existence weighs in at a whopping 350 pounds.Feb 26, 2013"<snip>

https://www.google.com.au/search?q=long … DxoQsAQILg

Last edited by GypsyGoldAu (31 July 2017 07:03 pm)


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#31

silver
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31 July 2017 11:22 pm

Read somewhere a fair while ago now that some of the first white aussies seen a snake track that was made by a snake around one yard wide, so, luckily (for us up here) that would have had to have been down in (the now) NSW ,.... wonder if that same one would still be alive now, be as old as the hills. glasses


What a great day ! ,... " I'll see you in the field ".

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#32

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01 August 2017 09:38 am

11000+ great going Silver and nearly all of them giving advice and helping out other members. thumbsup


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#33

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01 August 2017 09:56 am

Jaros wrote:

11000+ great going Silver and nearly all of them giving advice and helping out other members. thumbsup

Thanks Jaros, I never see how many cause I'm mostly using the mobile all the time ,... quite unbelievable really lol.
glasses big_smile


What a great day ! ,... " I'll see you in the field ".

#34

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01 August 2017 10:36 am

Must be more than 1 Thylacoleo, so as not to die out of existence from old age, injury or illness.
A small population is required or mutations could wipe them out too.

As for the 'big foot' thing... goose bumps... LOL

Truck driver in rest stop with tarps torn up? Illegal aliens, they do that all the time trying to get out
of the trailer.
Happens a lot when people from the Eastern States try to escape to SA and WA.
tongue

Strange things happen and it is not always explainable, trust your senses, if it is nothing, then no harm and no foul. thumbsup


Still looking for Captain Feather-swords treasure chest !
Won't be long now - 3000+ holes and counting. (bloody ring-pulls and tabs) LOL

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