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  • We have dozens of ways to refer to a remote place, for instance, including the boonies, the sticks, the tules, the puckerbrush, and the willywags.

    How to Speak American

  • DieselCammiTorqKnuckleheadDozerTankAll mine have been mistaken for tanks when cutting the puckerbrush for birds.

    Name My Dog

  • That's the price of living back in the puckerbrush.

    The end is nigh

  • *Also includes satellite-dish internet connection, which is the only way they'll graduate from dial-up out there in the puckerbrush.

    Armistice Day

  • Drove out into the williwags, puckerbrush, back country, whatever, and achieved both cider and Greening apples.


  • This is as close to an urban ride as we can manage out here in the puckerbrush, so the lack of roadkill comes as no surprise.


  • I slowed down, the car slowed down, and the deer looked both ways before sauntering back into the puckerbrush.

    Somebody has a problem....

  • Or might have crawled off into the puckerbrush to die.

    Odiferous Ride

  • Spring in the desert is subtle and if subtle is not your thing, then you're going to wonder why people are waving their arms about being in the middle of the puckerbrush. Latest news

  • We warned workers who came to our house, but inevitably the day came when Shiva absconded and despite our searching, she was missing for a couple days until Walter found him struggling through the puckerbrush next to the cranberry bogs behind our house apparently on his way home.

    CapeCodToday Blog Chowder


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  • Dense, often thorny brush that makes off-trail travel very difficult.

    March 10, 2008

  • So that's what this stuff does! I've been using it to dust girls before I kiss them. Dang!

    July 3, 2008

  • That has got to leave a mark.

    July 3, 2008