I came across this older video of a moose hunter with an extreme Adrenalin rush.
..My freezer performance monitor is a cup of water, frozen, with a coin sitting on the ice.
If the freezer failed, the ice would melt, the coin would sink and we start over!
WX is good enough to light the grill. Tonight was bison T-bone steak.
It helps. But ice melts at 32f (0c) whereas chicken isn’t considered safely frozen unless it’s below 28f (-2.2c) In a sealed freezer The ice would remain frozen while the chicken could be legally thawed for days or even weeks.Good tip to check if a possible defrosting occurred with the glass, water and coin. We do the same.
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It helps. But ice melts at 32f (0c) whereas chicken isn’t considered safely frozen unless it’s below 28f (-2.2c) In a sealed freezer The ice would remain frozen while the chicken could be legally thawed for days or even weeks.
id love to hunt a el k in America one-day with a compound they make our red stag look tinyUsed to be such a chore, re-arranging the food in the freezer for another side of bison.
A bull moose of that size is about the same as killing an average-sized horse.
They are all so lean and boney that what you eventually take home
doesn't look like much from the animal that you started with.
I think that about 12 hours is as long a power failure as I can remember here over then last 20 years.
Keep the doors shut and frozen foods should(?) be able to last longer than that.
We did have a massive power failure (wildfire damage) just a few years ago.
The Village went door-to-door and told everybody to box up and label everything in their freezers.
They had rented and set up some 18-wheeler freezer truck units in the park and we all got our food saved FOR A MONTH.
The very best giggle was when we learned that somebody had stolen the generator from the police station!
With a compound? Not a more traditional or even natural style of bow and gear?id love to hunt a el k in America one-day with a compound they make our red stag look tiny
With a compound? Not a more traditional or even natural style of bow and gear?
I missed out on a chance to bow hunt whitetails some years ago, visiting with family. What I think one really wishes for is not just the hunt, but to be in the place with a lifestyle that allows one to participate in the whole process, from scouting to feeding ones family. Coming in for a couple of weeks, finding game and then needing to pack it home on a plane with all the attendant import problems, or just leave it behind, it isn't the picture most people have.