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A Junkyard with impressive names, that's what I felt on Pere Lachaise cemetery, but that's something European I can understand an Americans perception
Spk said:Survival Tip:Stay away from the big dogs.Creepy dudes.And strange women!
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On the other hand...just East of Canton Kansas about 100 yards from the place where Chisolm and Santa Fe Trails intersect is a small cemetery accessible only on foot...most of the folks interred there are pioneers that died on the trail...
This place is a bit on the spooky side primarily because of the number of infants and kids buried there...not to mention the women who died in childbirth and were interred with their babies. Then there's this guys grave...The original stone is behind the black marble one
Scary places at night. Outdoors I would rather have the full length AR than the M4. The longer barrel will give me more velocity and outside I am not constrained by walls and doorways, the whole reason the M4 was adopted was house clearing.
Two. Carry a flashlight. No more spooky things you can't see. Add spare batteries or a pocket 2nd flashlight
Three Backup gun. Something powerful for the wolves. 357 gets the nod. If I was outfitting for the juncture, then perhaps the 10mm Glock, but probably have the PC carbine and the SR9 since thatis readily nearby.
Don't overthink it. I honestly think we should him stay just for our entertainment value. What's next?
- Attacked by light vehicles
-Scared of the shadow in the closet
-What do I carry to the Kumbaya and Taco festival
But, creepy dudes ..
...and strange women..
...that really scare me