Monday, October 30, 2006


The drawing is getting too big to scan; and we had a Hallowe'en party. Jessica Barnes' pictures:


Blogger Jed Alexander said...

When I saw my first Ghillie suit in the hunt'in and fish'in catalog, I was apalled. Not only was I certain that the Ghillie was an endangered species (as it was the first time I'd heard of one), but it seemed more than unfair for hunters to go around in Ghillie skins, like hunters in Ghillie clothing.

Now as much as I can sympathize with the practice of severing an animal's head and mounting it on the wall as a testiment to its majesty, the Ghillie suit I cannot abide by. Impersonating a Ghillie is a mocking gesture, and to parade around minstrel-like in Ghillie clothes demonstrates a lack of respect for this rare and majestic creature.

So how does anyone catch a Ghillie in the first place? They seem almost impossible to spot. I'd be curious to know where you, sir, came by your own Ghillie disguise, and the legality of its import.

11:01 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Those Ghillies were completely happy in captivity!
They love to sing and dance, especially if you get a little liquor in 'em.
They just showed up at that party, so I suppose you could lure them with food, drink, and bellydancers.

11:37 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

more belly dancers and pencil nubs
the anatomical chart seems to be covering critical evidence
wish I were there.
ghillies are doing their best I am sure, but the bellydancer and pencil nubs were more photogenical

11:36 AM  
Blogger pappy d said...

Ged s beag de thuigse tha 'nam cheann
Gun inn's an gleann gu leòr dhomh,
'S gun dèan e thaisbean dhomh gu luath
Gum faigh an uaigh a còirean.



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