2017 Hill Country Bushcraft Rendezvous

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Re: 2017 Hill Country Bushcraft Rendezvous

Postby saustin1967 » Wed Dec 27, 2017 12:39 pm

I like Dave as a person, but he was only one of more than a few, more than capable woodsmen in attendance. Being on tv does not make him any better or any worse than at least a dozen of us who were there.


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Re: 2017 Hill Country Bushcraft Rendezvous

Postby metalaaron1 » Wed Dec 27, 2017 12:52 pm

Sorry if I gave off the wrong vibe. I’d of admired and been very excited to meet every single person there.

Still would of fainted though.
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Re: 2017 Hill Country Bushcraft Rendezvous

Postby NeckRed Gringo » Wed Dec 27, 2017 1:00 pm

saustin1967 wrote:I like Dave as a person, but he was only one of more than a few, more than capable woodsmen in attendance. Being on tv does not make him any better or any worse than at least a dozen of us who were there.


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No doubt bro, it was a group effort for sure. And everyone contributed to the event. There was more than one person I was excited to meet and alot I wanted to see again. Was a mind blowing ordeal all together

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Re: 2017 Hill Country Bushcraft Rendezvous

Postby RMAR » Wed Dec 27, 2017 7:45 pm

saustin1967 wrote:I like Dave as a person, but he was only one of more than a few, more than capable woodsmen in attendance. Being on tv does not make him any better or any worse than at least a dozen of us who were there.


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But Being on tv makes him famous. That's the difference.
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Re: 2017 Hill Country Bushcraft Rendezvous

Postby saustin1967 » Wed Dec 27, 2017 7:47 pm

RMAR wrote:
saustin1967 wrote:I like Dave as a person, but he was only one of more than a few, more than capable woodsmen in attendance. Being on tv does not make him any better or any worse than at least a dozen of us who were there.


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But Being on tv makes him famous. That's the difference.


Yeah, well, I got to spend a couple more days with him and he is just another guy.


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Re: 2017 Hill Country Bushcraft Rendezvous

Postby RMAR » Wed Dec 27, 2017 7:58 pm

Scott you don't seem to be easily impressed anyway.
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Re: 2017 Hill Country Bushcraft Rendezvous

Postby saustin1967 » Wed Dec 27, 2017 8:00 pm

RMAR wrote:Scott you don't seem to be easily impressed anyway.


True, I was more impressed meeting James and Tobin


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Re: 2017 Hill Country Bushcraft Rendezvous

Postby RMAR » Wed Dec 27, 2017 8:08 pm

saustin1967 wrote:
RMAR wrote:Scott you don't seem to be easily impressed anyway.


True, I was more impressed meeting James and Tobin


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Those guys were cool, but not DC cool. :lol:
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Re: 2017 Hill Country Bushcraft Rendezvous

Postby The Woodsrunner » Fri Dec 29, 2017 9:00 pm

saustin1967 wrote:
RMAR wrote:
saustin1967 wrote:I like Dave as a person, but he was only one of more than a few, more than capable woodsmen in attendance. Being on tv does not make him any better or any worse than at least a dozen of us who were there.


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But Being on tv makes him famous. That's the difference.


Yeah, well, I got to spend a couple more days with him and he is just another guy.


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Yup, I've swung to both sides of the spectrum (fan boy and don't like him) over the last number of years, but eventually settled on that just another guy conclusion too. Hence why I didn't really go out of my way to interact with him more than any of the other attendees.

Put more effort in interacting with Mr. Black n Yerks n Shnick n all the other miscellaneous riffraff, to be honest.
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