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    I love the outdoors, I'm not a tree hugger but I like to be out and free. I love fishing as well, hunting not so much, I love animals. I like to camp in secluded spots, nobody in sight and the reason for this, I love to get naked outdoors. Swim naked in the lake with nobody around. I love fishing but hate eating fish, so I just throw everything back into the water. Can't wait till it warms up and my friends and I will head for the hills.
     
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    Sounds fun! I used to go skinny dipping when I was a young'un. I used to hitch hike topless to Frisco. Hell, I used to do lots of things.

    I think what I miss most is being on the back of a harley, getting bugs in my teeth, watching cars get out of the way because we were coming through, and the parties.

    (I wasn't always demur and farted rainbows. That came from old age:lol:)
     
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    Hi Grace, ever since I was a little girl I would strip down butt naked. As I got older, I realized I should stop. LOL But even now, I lie at my pool topless and for most part with nothing on. I have high walls so it's ok. Last year we were tanning with nothing on, a police helicopter did a few circles, we just waved and laughed, then someone told us they have strong cameras and they probably took pics. Oh well, if they got a cheap thrill, good for them.
    A wolf is my fav. On the rez inOK they have 2 walking around, pretty tame and you can pet them. The one is a bit funny but if you pet it nice, it wont growl. They had a litter last year, 3 babies. Cute, play rough.
     
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    Tell the rez folks to keep an eye on those two wolves and the new pack of pups. Wolf hunting is in progress to be allowed but last i heard it was montana. Don't know about Ok :(.

    You gave the helicopter dudes a thrill. Some guy will come along shortly in this thread and say without pics, it isn't true. Watch and see. :tongue:
     
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    LOL, it happens all the time. On every site you go, there is a smart ass who has all the answers. Wolves, bears and Eagles are sacred. I make dream catchers from time to time for my friends. I use real eagle feathers, but the law states the only a native can posses a permit to have real eagle feathers is his/her possession. I have my permit, but if I make you a dream catcher, it must be other feathers, because you can't have them, even if I made it for you and gave it to you as a gift.
    Then the toothless rednecks running around shooting anything with four legs and fur, makes me angry. I watch the outdoor channel sometimes, God do I laugh. Friggen idiots shoot a deer, then they high five, hug and almost kiss. Like they were killing a pack of rabid dogs about to kill them, instead it's a deer eating grass. Then the duck hunters, they are one step better. They just shoot anything with wings that flies over. One episode, one moron shot over 30 ducks. WTF is he going to do with 30 ducks. Shoot one, eat it, maybe 2, but 30. Close up shot of him on camera....yep, no teeth and looked drunk.
     
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    Kinda like the sport of shooting buffalo from a train. LOTS of buffalo. Think Dancing With Wolves scene.
    Yeah, I know about the feather thing. I used to have a store that mainly was ethnic items from all over the globe, most of which, though, was native american artifacts. And yes, my goods were checked for the proper certificate number by the tribe in question. I had a hard time remember which feathers were allowed, which were not. But I knew eagle feathers were a sure fire no no. And even native americans coming in the shop that hand made wares, if they weren't authorized as artisans with numbers assigned, I couldn't sell those items AS authentic even though they were made by 100 % pure native americans. They have to apply within their tribe, be accepted, then given a number for their handcrafts.
    But you know this all ready. I didn't at the time, so I was lucky when I had my shop open. I had to call the tribal council where one of my ex's cousins worked to get the full scoop on what was allowed and what wasn't.
    Problem is, most stuff that looks authentic is made in Indonesia. I worked at a NA store once. When goods arrived, she made me pull the Made In Taiwan or Made In Bali tags off before I priced them. I didn't last there long. I brought it to her attention she was lying to her customers and insulting NA's, and she kinda fired me after I called her a crook.
     
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    LOL, my mom is 100% Choctaw and we were out the other day and passed a store here in Beverly Hills and she stopped, looked at a basket. I said to her lets go and she started to laugh, I said whats so funny, she said look at the weave, they say "Genuine Native American baskets". She picked up that the weave was anything but hand woven. Now me, I'm an instigator. I went into the shop and told this ugly fat thing in the store, I loved that
    "real native basket". She went and got it for me. I asked what tribe made it. Now, before I go on, almost every white girl in LA has native roots, regardless of the blue eyes and blond hair. LMAO and they are either Cherokee or Apache, I don't think they know of any other tribe. So, I said to this nasty woman in the shop, it looks like it was machine made because native weave is nothing like that. She replied, if I don't like it and want to cause a disturbance, she will call security and have me removed from her store. OMG, I just laughed and my poor mom, just saying, Celeste, stop antagonizing her lets go. I carried on yapping.....morons.
     
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    why waste a naked body on nobody ?
     
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    It is illegal for anyone to claim something is native american made WITHOUT the authentication code. So next time you're wandering around rodeo drive or wherever that shop is, pull a Pretty Woman scene and march in there and say you are turning her in for selling fraudulent merchandise. Watch the look on her face. It's a very VERY hefty fine. Certificate of authenticity along with the tribe, artisan and the number of that certificate MUST be on each item. Must. No ands, ifs or buts.
     
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    What Dilloduck? It's not wasted or do you think you could handle me. I don't think so.
     

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