Sunday, December 5, 2010

Dinner in the Winter Kitchen

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 Link of the Day:  A Woodsrunner's Diary .  Le Loup Chimes in here often, and if you've read his posts, you know he knows his stuff.  I spent several hours on his blog the other night checking out all of his content.  He is a real traditionalist.  Beyond that, he just wrote a book on primitive fire lighting - and it is VERY affordable, especially if you download it.  Stop in, read, tell him I sent you.

Dinner in the Winter Kitchen

Well, he didn't say his name was Dinner, but about this with a little steak sauce?

He appeared to be by himself, which I would think was because he was near the end of the rut.  The back of his pelt was extremely sun bleached - and a little beat up.  His legs appeared to be greasy.  Not sure what that's all about.

There are three brothers, at least that's what a wise neighbor calls them - that have been around for years.  We see them just about every spring when they are sleek with beautiful coats.  This guy looked battle-hardened and had a big shaggy beard.  He was big, and believe me, I didn't get that close.  Don't want to end up a news story.

Pax Domini Sit Semper Vobiscum,
Mike, Oscar, Hotel


  1. wow, he just waltzed right up on you? Wish that had happened to me Saturday morning, all I saw were two white-tail doe's and I can't shoot them.

  2. You ought to see my self-control go out the door when I have 10 mule deer standing in my yard!