Every now and then, it's good to sit back and reflect on the great men that came before us. All of these pictures are from the club that my family started a long arse time ago and is still going strong today. Feel free to add your own. Enjoy. The links are to some old homemade videos from the camp. It's excellent shite. The music, of course, was added by the lady who converted them from film reel to DVD.
re: A tribute to the great outdoors and generations past (Great pictures and videos)(Posted by Boats n Hose on 11/1/11 at 10:23 pm to Salmon)
quote: Me, my brother, and Dad are determined to start one though. Just need to find the right place.
Me and my brother have talked about it and are determined to find a tract of land to buy somewhere in MS once we're both out of school and on our feet.
And downshift awesome pics. There are a bunch from my grandpaw and other relatives and friends from the camp on blind river and all the way back from when they were building the boat club there by the launch. I love looking all at that and the old chopique rodeo pics they have.
One of the guys that hunts with us had his wife scan all the pictures from the camp and every one she could get her hands on from everybody, and put them on a cd. I also have a bunch of old projector reel home videos from the camp that she put on a DVD. Incredibly cool shite.
Looking at old pictures has convinced me to start taking pics of any and all outdoor catches/kills or just cool shite we do, not just the big ones. I have a camera on my phone with me at all times, there's no reason to not have at least a shitty iPhone cam pic of it.
DownshiftAndFloorIt LSU Fan The devil dreams on an idle horse Member since Jan 2011 42386 posts
re: A tribute to the great outdoors and generations past (Great pictures and videos)(Posted by DownshiftAndFloorIt on 11/1/11 at 10:44 pm to Ole Geauxt)
Damn man that's a shame. We have pretty much a continuous picture record since the club started. I think it was started in the 40's. Taking pictures is a pain in the ass, but somebody far down the road might learn something from them