[pct-l] Never Try to Outsmart Your Trail Partner

Tortoise Tortoise73 at charter.net
Tue May 15 17:53:39 CDT 2007


I don't know where you run into these dumb old hikers. Maybe 
they are the ones who spend more time in the saloon than on 
the trail. Anyway the solution to the lawn problem is get a 
pack horse to carry your pack. When you are not hiking, the 
horse can mow (eat) your lawn. Or maybe a goat or a llama.


<> He who finishes last, wins! <>

I switched to Mac OSX rather than fight Windows
Using Mozilla Thunderbird 

Hiker97 at aol.com wrote:
> Our intrepid hiking hero, Grizzly, likes to save all  his energy for the 
> trail. Fixing things around the house was a low priority. One  day the lawn mower 
> broke.  
> His wife and trail partner, TrailDust,  kept hinting for him to get the mower 
> fixed and cut the over grown lawn.  
> But, our pal, Grizzly, somehow always had something else to take care of  
> first; the hiking gear, the truck, the visit down to the local hiker trash  
> saloon to have some fellowship with his hiking bros. 
> Finally TrailDust  thought of a clever way to make her point.  
> When Grizzly arrived  home one day, he found her seated in the tall grass, 
> busily snipping away  with a tiny pair of sewing scissors. 
> He watched silently for a short  time and then went into the house. He was 
> gone only a minute, and when he came  out again he handed her a toothbrush.  
> Grizzly said, "When you  finish cutting the grass, you might as well sweep 
> the driveway."   
> The doctors says he will be able to hike again, but will always have a  
> slight limp. 
> Moral to this story: Marriage is a relationship in which  one person is 
> always right, and the other is the hiker husband. 
> ---------------------------------
> We have our  trail gorilla buddy, Crash, to thank for this submittal.  I 
> thank  you.
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