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- n. Plural form of wood.
- n. A dense collection of trees covering a relatively small area; smaller than a forest.
- n. For chemical behavior purposes, trees in full leaf (coniferous or medium-dense deciduous forests).
- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of wood.
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And I keep hearing weird noises coming from all over the house and earlier tonight I heard a noise outside coming from the woods .. one of them noises that you sure as hell don’t want to hear coming from the woods
It might be too cold for an outside shower but if bundled up appropriately, the idyllic back porch nestled in the woods is a great place to unwind.
Yes | No | Report from cas0905 wrote 1 day 9 hours ago why not get them both anytime in the woods is awesome for me so both in one season could be a challange
For the vast majority of writers, the cabin in the woods is a myth.
A certain administrator around this neck of the woods is a self-obsessed bigot (SOB, yeah, I went there).
Anything that gets more hunters in the woods is a good thing.
Peacefully enjoying the woods is a dream I can enjoy!
Unfortunately my neck of the woods is a bit more urban than yours, I still get excited about heading afield.
That said my favorite pistol to carry when I go into the woods is a Taurus Tracker made of Titanium chambered in .357.
If your neck of the woods is anything like mine they're all over the place.
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