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    • ImageAMMO.com

      Things that ARE NOT on my bucket list ! Comments from friends who sent this to me ... I Just Had to Share ... 'To all my friends who made it into their senior years' - 'Congratulations! Tom' 'The following photos seem right up your alley for you and your family' ...

    • Despina T.

      enjoy your #lunch #food #drinks

    • Tony Soul Ojo-Ade

      Picnic Cliffhanger-----Saying the word picnic often conjures up pleasant images of a Saturday afternoon in the park with family, or your best gal perhaps. Or maybe you think about Yogi Bear and Boo Boo out committing misdemeanors while stealing unsuspecting peoples picnic baskets. However, nobody in their right mind thinks of dangling a picnic table from the edge of a cliff and having drinks with friends. It begs to question, how did they get the table up there?

    • Michelle Weitzel

      picnic in the air, rock climbing, friends, adventure, picnic table, outdoors, sports,

    • Ryan Newitt

      32 Photos That Will Make Your Stomach Drop Yes, let's sit 1000 ft. in the air and drink beer...

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