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    Interesting article in this mornings Atlanta paper about wild pigs in Georgia. The article talks mostly about south Georgia but they are evident along the trails in north Georgia and points north of there as well. Here's the link: http://www.ajc.com/metro/content/met.../07methog.html .

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    Fire up the BBQ!

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    super pigs make super bacon.

    especially them south georgia pigs. ummmmm, greasy.

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    I hope this doesn't slink down into another discussion of Zell Miller.


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    Well they just had the Annual Wild Hog dinner at the capital last night, made a dent in the population, eating 16 hogs, along with 40 gallons of brunswick stew and 15 gallons of bbq sauce.

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    i'd like a side of polititian with my pig please.

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    Zel Miller eats a lot of bacon.
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    Keep talking like that and he'll challenge you to a duel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by orangebug
    I hope this doesn't slink down into another discussion of Zell Miller.

    I just hope y'all are not all going to start up a discussion about Buckhead men.... Sue
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    Rather talk about the buckhead ladies.....I lived in Dunwoody a few years back. Really enjoyed Buckhead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dizzyT
    Rather talk about the buckhead ladies.....I lived in Dunwoody a few years back. Really enjoyed Buckhead.
    I live in Dunwoody now. B-O-R-I-N-G, but then, so am I!

    I lived in AND lived the B'head life in the 80's, SO glad it is over with, altho it was fun way back when!

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    Quote Originally Posted by drsukie
    I live in Dunwoody now. B-O-R-I-N-G, but then, so am I!

    I lived in AND lived the B'head life in the 80's, SO glad it is over with, altho it was fun way back when!

    Much more fun out in the woods, on the beach, on the bike..... Sue
    I grew up in Dunwoody in a place called RiverGate. Did you know that the Chattahoochee river between Holcomb bridge and Roswell is one of the best urban trout streams in America?

    You were a B'Head person in the '80s? hehe...do you remember such classics as Buckhead Beach? Tuxedo Junction? The orchestra pit?
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    i live on the hooch near helen, and i wouldn't touch a damn thing that came out of the river below lake lanier.

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    Amen, general. The hooch near helen is polluted enough on its on, even though it's nothing like it is downstream.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Newb
    hehe...do you remember such classics as Buckhead Beach? Tuxedo Junction? The orchestra pit?
    yep, had an indoor ferris wheel...

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    Uhh, I live south of Atlanta in Coweta County. One time I stepped in the hooch and my shoe melted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Newb
    I grew up in Dunwoody in a place called RiverGate. Did you know that the Chattahoochee river between Holcomb bridge and Roswell is one of the best urban trout streams in America?

    You were a B'Head person in the '80s? hehe...do you remember such classics as Buckhead Beach? Tuxedo Junction? The orchestra pit?
    OOHHHHHHHHHH, yeah! The B-Head Scene I am not surprised about the trout fishing; the NRA units are also super hiking and dog-walking places to hide out. It's all Sandy Springs, now, though - we got the right to vote ourselves into a city December 1st. Sue
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    Feral pigs are found more often than you think, and in some unusual places, too. For example, while wild hogs are found in something like 20 states, the true Russian Boar is believed limited to just two: Texas, and, you guessed it, New Hampshire.

    Something to think about the next time you're on Mt. Washington!

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    Quote Originally Posted by drsukie
    OOHHHHHHHHHH, yeah! The B-Head Scene I am not surprised about the trout fishing; the NRA units are also super hiking and dog-walking places to hide out. It's all Sandy Springs, now, though - we got the right to vote ourselves into a city December 1st. Sue

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    Those wild hogs can get quite large.-
    http://www.snopes.com/photos/animals/hogzilla.asp

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