Camping Fail

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Have you ever wondered if you were camping wrong?  Well, you’re doing better than me if you don’t end up with this:

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Back of right leg

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Left knee w/ bruising, puncture & bursitis

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Left foot

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Right hand

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Shin on right leg

I have some other little cuts but those are the worst of them.  Apparently, it’s not a good idea to try to carry a 12ft tree… even with the help of your hubby and friend.  I took a tumble and this is the end result.  The woods got one over on me this time.  I’ve learned that if a Chris falls in the woods and no one hears it… it still hurts like hell

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8 Responses to Camping Fail

  1. Brian says:

    Oh my gosh! Poor you!! Maybe you should stick to doing city stuff. 🙂

  2. Duh says:

    Is that top one really your ass cheek? We all know how you get brush burns on your ass. You didn’t have to make up any “tree carrying” stories.

  3. Chris says:

    Brian, I think I’m going to stick to camping at my house 😛 Us suburb girls shouldn’t be let loose in the great outdoors.

    Duh, I hate to dissappoint you. It really is the back of my thigh. I had more picture there but decided to crop my underwear off the top, otherwise it would look more like my thigh. I can always send you the uncropped version if you were looking for a better shot 😉

    It’s awesome… now my knee has a puss ball on it. Pretty sure I need to stay in the city limits.

  4. bigbinder says:

    You should definitely stick to the back-yard version!! I just signed up for your RSS feed and I’ll put you on my blogroll – not much time for blogging lately but after tomorrow… ahh, summer!

  5. Meg says:

    Just so everyone knows the real story, wine has NOTHING at all to do with this fall! LOL

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  7. Bobbi says:

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