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He actually called that little pistol (Dillinger?) he was carrying, his snake gun.mnlumberjack wrote: just means more armed hikers out there.
If I was History Channel, whoever produced/edited this show, would never work another day for a show my channel was going to air. I see this as different as the Alaska shows where they shoot the moose/bears etc. because that family are actually surviving and are going to eat the meat, etc. I can't fathom how that portion of the footage in meetings didn't get the chop.mnlumberjack wrote:Not a very good idea to televise that part of the show.... just means more armed hikers out there.when he shot the rattlesnake.
You need a hot iron to do it right.chumley wrote:You're a lunatic ;)rwstorm wrote:@mnlumberjack
Though some people are trashing this thing, I am enjoying it and will be watching. So there.
My neighbor recorded it so I could see it today and without the commercials .mnlumberjack wrote:Episode 3 coming on tonight on the History Channel.
Somewhere past Tortilla Flat near Apache Trail? I say that based on a number of shots with Black Cross Butte (3351) in the background.SuperstitionGuy wrote:Does anyone know where the foundation is where they supposedly found the metal buckle?
As I understand it, it was Brian Williams home when he was reporting on the Apache wars.SuperstitionGuy wrote:I suspect that old foundation was left over from the days when Apache Trail was built for supplying men and equipment for the construction of Roosevelt Dam. ;)