Alaskan Park Ranger Peter Christian wrote:
When you consider McCandless from my perspective, you quickly see that what he did wasn't even particularly daring, just stupid, tragic, and inconsiderate. First off, he spent very little time learning how to actually live in the wild. He arrived at...
well Janne, in the UK under the 2003 Licensing Act it is illegal to to buy alcohol for someone who is clearly drunk.
as we all strictly adhere to all laws on this forum I did not buy my friend a drink.
just as I advise the OP not to cross the road with a knife on his belt as that would...
I was in the pub last night and it was my round. I judged on of my friends to be drunk and refused to buy him a beer because of the 2003 Licensing Act.
was this the right thing to do?
I would hate to have handed him his pint just as a policeman walked in the door.
I like it. The blade size and shape look good for gralloching and prepping something like a deer. It would be interesting to see how the handle feels when skinning as well in case it would potentially get in the way?
my only other comment is whether the handle would stick into your stomach if...
whilst I agree with your sentiment about not breaking laws etc. that line from the landowner about "wild habitat area" sounds like a load of horse manure.
next think they will be saying is that it was full of crested newts, barn owls or bats etc.
interestingly the answer is rabbits are not a suitable diet and the characters will end up with protein poisoning.
Mr. Stefansson described a time of life as follows: "With a diet of lean meat everything was different. We had an abundance...