Chestnuts roasting on an open fire? NOT

You see this everywhere. A dirty diaper left in the fire ring, behind a tree, around a corner. Every single camp area in Oregon has them. They don't decompose so we might as well make it the Oregon State Flower. They are here to stay.

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lee98632 says ... on Sunday, Nov 13 at 5:42 PM

Oh I might at this was up in the Timber Lake area.

lee98632 says ... on Sunday, Nov 13 at 5:41 PM

Yeah while in the Job Corps, back in 92-93 we came across them.One was dumb enough to leave an envelope with there name and address..well..at least it fell out of there rig..the feds located the person and fined them $1,000..

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