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Old 07-03-2013, 06:19 AM   #21
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Only had speakers in the front with the old AM radio that was stock in a '57. They were kind of weak when you were in the back seat ... oops!
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Only had speakers in the front with the old AM radio that was stock in a '57. They were kind of weak when you were in the back seat ... oops!
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A few years ago, one of my shooting buddies and I were out at our favorite, very remote spot in the Mojave desert for a few days of camping and target shooting. One night, after having eaten dinner, we were sitting around the campfire and listening to a country/western music CD that my buddy had brought with him. It didn't take long before a pack of coyotes came within 10 yards of our camp and started singing with the music! I have NEVER seen an entire pack that close to a camp site....there had to be 9 or 10 of them. I guess they liked the C/W tunes
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A few years ago, one of my shooting buddies and I were out at our favorite, very remote spot in the Mojave desert for a few days of camping and target shooting. One night, after having eaten dinner, we were sitting around the campfire and listening to a country/western music CD that my buddy had brought with him. It didn't take long before a pack of coyotes came within 10 yards of our camp and started singing with the music! I have NEVER seen an entire pack that close to a camp site....there had to be 9 or 10 of them. I guess they liked the C/W tunes
I love the sound of coyotes yipping and howling.
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I love the sound of coyotes yipping and howling.
Not me. Ever since I heard a pack of them tearing up a deer out back in a field, they scare me. I've never heard anything so horrible except the rabbits or cats being killed by something in the woods. Terrible screaming noise.

I can't let my pug go out alone at night for "last call" either for fear of something attacking him.
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