Monday, June 27, 2016
We missed posting the Practical Prepping segment last week, ironically because we were, and are, prepping. The picture above was taken this afternoon, as we scouted more of the back country in our AO. As you can tell by the picture, it is grueling, dark, burdensome work. We had brief interactions with two moose - a calf and later in the day a cow.
One of the biggest Whitetail bucks I have ever seen jumped the road just in front of us at one point - he is going to have a massive rack this fall. He was moving downhill at full speed - had he hit us, wed'd have all gone down a nasty drop, ass over tea kettle, SxS and all. I'll be looking for him this fall...
We are slowly mapping and marking our back country pathways between Tribe hobbit holes and our bug-out spot. We have confirmed that we can get from our driveway to our BOL without so much as a stop sign in the way. Nice.
How has your Tribe progressed in the last 10 days or so?
Posted by K at 4:32 PM