Leonard J. Legg
  • 66, Male
  • Dove Creek, Colorado
  • United States
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karen jasper and Leonard J. Legg are now friends
Feb 4, 2009
Leonard J. Legg left a comment for John Meyen
"Hey John: When did you live in Browns Valley? I drove through there a few times. Hit a skunk in the middle of the highway right in the middle of Browns Valley in 1969. I had been up to sisseton to visit a girlfriend that had moved there from…"
Jan 30, 2009
Leonard J. Legg and John Meyen are now friends
Jan 30, 2009

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Who referred you to The Zone?
Sportsman Channel
Electronics Technician, Carpenter, Guide, Equipment operator, NRA cert weapons instructor, Black Belt and self defense instructor, EMT
What do you like to hunt?
Elk, Turkey, Bear, Upland Game
Weapon of Choice
Favorite Channel
Sportsman Channel
Favorite TV Show
Hard to say. Don't watch much TV, Weather, once in a while a little Football, Hunting, and a little PBS. Other than that I am busy. Restoring my old cars. Building a bow. Reloading ammo, gunsmithing, or working on a website like here. Or hunting or getting ready to.
About Me
I was raised in the country in the woods. My heart has always been there and always will be until the day I can't walk anymore. I guess even then it still will be but I won't.
What do you like to fish for?
Trout, Salmon
John Wayne, Clint Eastwood, Chuck Norris, My Dad & some of his friends.
How did you hear about the Zone?
Sportsman Channel

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At 9:48am on February 2, 2009, John Meyen said…
I lived in Browns Valley from 1960 to 1978. A skunk on main street, at least it wasn't a drunk. Anything can happen in Browns Valley.
At 12:53pm on January 24, 2009, Samantha Virk said…
THANKS for your comment in the "BAD BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB". I LOVE the challenge of the hunt, even if I don't get anything. I spent 5 days on an archery hunt in Oregon last year on public land for elk and never got close enough, but it was a great 5 day hunt. This past 6 months I have hunted in 5 degrees in Iowa and 105 degrees in the California desert. I just love it.
At 2:53pm on January 19, 2009, karen jasper said…
Thanks for the welcome. I know there are not a lot of women hunters out there. It is a passion of mine. I actually spend to much time in the woods according to my family.
At 4:01pm on December 17, 2008, Leonard J. Legg said…
Hey Pete: Just barely, it is getting pretty deep already, but it isn't as bad as it was last year, but is still quite a bit of snow for this early in the year. If I get a chance I will get a picture and put it on.

At 3:46pm on December 17, 2008, Pete Rock said…
Looks like you guys are gettin more snow than we are. Keepin your head out?
At 8:49am on December 16, 2008, Leonard J. Legg said…
Hey Rayna: Yea Colorado Is great. I just had to walk about 2 miles through knee deep snow to get home. Went to town and didn't get started home soon enough, visited too many friends while I was in town. it is 15 miles from highway 491 to my house and I made 13 of them and just came to a stop right in the middle of the road. Couldn't pull it any more. So I walked home am going to warm up a little then put the chains on my tractor and go back blading the road, pull my car out, blade the road on the way back to the house and then get a friend to come pick me up and give me a ride back to my car so I can get it home. Then for a while I guess I will be confined to using my 3/4 ton four wheel drive Ford truck. IShould have been in it today but needed to get the snow tires on the car. Just didn't think it would get this deep this quick. Dove Creek is right in the southwest corner of the state, just a little north and mostly west from Durango. Well Thanks for the visit I am going to go get in bed for a few hours to rest up and warm up before I start rolling around in the snow putting the chains on the tractor. It may be a day or two before the county blades the roads, and I have about $300.00 worth of groceries in the car that will freeze if I don't get back to them pretty soon. Later Girl.

At 11:35pm on December 12, 2008, Pete Rock said…
It'll happen sooner or later. None of them are worth saving so we need to just turn that whole hemisphere to glass. we can get the oil after it cools off. Lol
At 4:05am on December 9, 2008, Anthony Loustalot said…
I Black bear Hunt.Add Me.
At 9:28am on December 8, 2008, Paul LaFerriere said…
Hi Leonard, and Welcome to the Zone. And welcome to The Wild Game Cooking Channel. There are plenty of recipes for the bachelors of this group as well! And I hope you try them, and leave some feedback. Hope you have or are having a great season. I was stationed at Ft. Carson CO in the 70's and Colorado would be my second choice to live from New Hampshire being the first!! Happy Holidays and keep watching The Wild Game Cooking Channel for more great recipes!
At 3:46pm on December 5, 2008, Leonard J. Legg said…
Just wondering if anyone know what happened to the Team Maniac selection date. I thought it was on the 5th at 6 PM and just came back a little early this afternoon to see if anyone knew what time zone that 6 PM was in, and find that it now says that the event was on december the 31st. whas up.







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