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Macarena Man

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  1. Have had it every way possible . . . . like it stewed the best. Whole bear is cut for stew meat.
  2. We will have a buffalo tag too. It's an open season on them in an area on the west side of the Alaska Highway. There is no season on G-bear anymore in BC. The man/bear incidents are rising yearly. The country also has a high wolf population. Yellowstone want/need more? Ours are healthy and hungry . . . . 😊
  3. Heading up the Alaska Highway on Sept. 12th. Mile 160. General open season for buffalo. Moose and elk are the usual fare. G-bear are plentiful. Good luck to my fellow hunters, be safe, and have fun.
  4. G-bear . . . . long claws.
  5. Good to see you here Freedomflyer . . . . welcome! Still Montana ?
  6. Season 1 . . . . . . 'True Detective' Matthew McConaughey Woody Harrelson Michelle Monaghan Michael Potts Tory Kittles
  7. Macarena Man

    Firearms

    Nanook . . . is your Model 70 / .375 an older pre USRA model? Blue / wood? I have 5 Model 70's . . . .
  8. When running a longer bar and a skip-tooth .404 'falling saw', it's run at full throttle. The revs can be pulled down by hard feeding the saw. Most fallers feed the saw with their knee. Saw dogged into the tree, right hand lightly on the throttle, feeding the saw knee. Head up looking for that 'widow maker' . . . . . The saw is often 'burped' (flicked throttle) when limbing downed timber. Long bar, easier on the back when limbing . . . Fallers liked the power of the old Sthil 090, but that square saw would beat the crap out of your legs when feeding the saw in a cut. It was often said . . . square saw, built by square heads. The 2100 Husqvarna blew the old 090 Sthil out of the water . . . Stay safe with your saw of choice. 🌲
  9. Wishing you all health and happiness . . . . 🎇
  10. Messin' with ya' . . . . . 😉 !
  11. The White-tail in the background looks good. Same white birch we have here in BC. See some type of spruce ? also. No snow here yet.
  12. _Wilson_ . . . . what species of tree is your firewood? I'm a retired logger and I like to see what other folks are burning. 🌲
  13. Macarena Man

    Weather

    Grew up on the southern Alberta prairie . . . . it could be -20F with a 'wind chill' factor equivalent to -50F. The good thing was when a 'chinook' wind was on the way. The chinooks come from the west, and funnel through the mountain passes. They are warm winds that blow for a few days. Melt the snow, can cause a temperature change of 70+ degrees. Go from -25F to +50F in a day. Makes that cold winter more bearable. There may be a 1/2 dozen of these winds in a winter. Now live on the Canadian west (wet) coast . . . . drip, drip . . . . 😎
  14. Have always enjoyed digging through someone else's 'boneyard' . . . truck parts, Caterpillar stuff, motorcycle, etc. 😎
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