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A Third-Rate Burglary Attempt
"This episode Lauren is a third rate burglary attempt. This episode is all about Watergate. I am so excited. I'm so excited and you know what? This is why you decided to pour us a glass of wine. To keep you entertained because honest to God, this is a lot. Old White men doing a lot of crap? Yeah. Well, cheers to that I guess. Here we go. SIP SIP. All right everybody laid on me. Buckle up. The Watergate scandal was a political scandal in the US involving the administration of US President Richard Nixon from nineteen seventy, two to nineteen, seventy, four leading to Nixon's resignation. So okay picture it nineteen, seventy, two President Richard Mille House Nixon was running for re election. The United States is still embroiled in the Vietnam. War. The country deeply divided a forceful presidential campaign seemed essential to the president and some of his key advisors All Right Act one. ooh. Ooh Act one the Watergate. Complex. Here's our key players here. Okay. We have Richard. Nixon. Who is the president of the United States and he is also the Republican nominee for the nineteen seventy two election tricky Dick Tricky Dick. Exactly. We. We also do have George McGovern who is the Democratic nominee for the nineteen seventy, two election although he barely shows up in the store you have to know that he's the he's the Democratic nominee. There's H R Haldeman he is the White House Chief of staff and you have John Erlich men, who is the council in Assistant to the President for domestic affairs? We also have the committee to re elect the president. Do you do you know what this? Committee is often referred to as. Is this like it's like the power four or committee to re elect the president. It is officially abbreviated the CRP, but it is often abbreviated as C. R. E. P. or creep References to that throughout this and creep is I mean yeah it works in this in this case citation, but it is officially abbreviated cr the committee to re elect the president. So in that, some of the key figures are John, Mitchell, who is at this point, the attorney, General of the United States and then he becomes the campaign director. There's Jeb Stuart Magruder, who is a business executive and the acting chairman of the CRP and then a couple of names eubank actually be promoted with G Gordon Liddy he's a former FBI agent and European employee, and there's also e Howard Hunt who is a former CIA agent and CRP CRP employees. All right. Here's the setting. The Watergate complex. K built between nineteen, sixty, three and nineteen seventy-one. The Watergate was considered one of Washington DC's most desirable living spaces. It was popular with members of Congress and political appointees of the executive branch the Watergate Complex actually a group of six buildings in the foggy bottom neighborhood of Washington DC in nineteen seventy two the headquarters of the Democratic National Committee was then located on the sixth floor of the Watergate office building. So the Watergate complex, it was intended to be a city within a city so it was supposed to have so many amenities that residents wouldn't need to leave you know. So they were supposed to have like a post office and restaurant and Jen concierge Oh sure gyms in the seventy everyone's smoked like chimneys died forty eight. Right that's why nobody who lived in the seventies is still around. I always assumed it was just like a single building I didn't realize it was like. Axe So? Yes. There was the Watergate Hotel there was Watergate West and Watergate East, which were like apartment buildings. There's a Watergate office building and there's one of their Watergate apartment building too. So it was a big complex It was actually proposed and built by the Italian architectural firm SGI. And one really interesting. The one thing that I found renders ing is the Vatican was actually a major investor in this project get how. So because of this, the Vatican was at one point part owner of the Watergate until nineteen sixty-nine that's wild. Yeah, right. Whatever the Italian I mean. Come on. The Watergate's popularity among members of Congress, and again, these high-ranking of appointees was very strong and so many members of the Nixon Administration settled there that the DC press actually named it the Republican, Bastille? Wows. Yes. So another group we have to worry about right now are called the White House plumbers. They are simply sometimes called the plumbers or the room sixteen project Jay were covert White, house, Special Investigations Unit which was established within a week after the publication of the Pentagon papers in June nineteen seventy-one. Okay. So the plumbers job was to stop and or respond to the. Leaking of classified information, the news media and just a quick refresher at the Pentagon papers which was officially titled. Report of the Office of the Secretary of Defense Vietnam Task Force was a US Department of Defense History of the United States is political and military involvement in Vietnam from Nineteen forty-five to nineteen, Sixty, seven in twenty eleven. This report was formerly declassified and released.
Christina Anstead splits with husband of less than 2 years
"Speaking of splits surprising This is a surprising, but the other one was not surprising. Yeah. That was a long time. An answer said are done. He's married. It's an An said, right? Yeah. I always makes them up with the other aunt and dead one is in deck. Yeah. So Christina El Moussa formerly El Moussa that's Rude Christina El Moussa Formosa who got divorced from Tarek El Moussa and spinoff and got her own surly Christina's beach house or whatever. On the coast on the coast married this guy in instead a two years ago, two years ago I started dating three years ago and it was like happily ever after were away from the toxic Tara Mussa vibes we didn't think those were. We thought those were a little bit. Remember the whole incident with the gun. Oh Yeah that's shady anthony for good. Yeah. So they're apparently getting a divorce or splitting up and she's pregnant. She had a kid with him they etiquette or she's pretty edited together you get together. meanwhile, Christina, an aunt aunt sets friends or quote shocked to hear about the split quote. They seemed happy. This is an exclusive. I mean I feel like I I keep hearing about them too because they're always in the news they seem happy to me they seem to happy I can be the source they seem happy you asked me what I Thought About Christina El Moussa Indian says Gina and and that said, I would say they seem happy. Here's one of the the insider quotes Christina and aunt had been very private about this and friends are shocked to hear about the news because they seemed happy together, and while in front of others now, the voice here is what confuses me the Pov? Christina. An aunt have been very private about this and friends are shocked to hear the news because they seem happy together. So this sounds like it's not from an actual friend. It sounds like a friend of a friend right because because why would if I was their friend? Wowed I S- be saying friends are shocked to hear.
Celebrating Indigenous filmmakers at TIFF
"For people who aren't familiar with Thomas King's book the inconvenient Indian, how do you describe it? It's a difficult book to describe because Thomas covers so much ground but really it's the history of colonization in North America but told through his lens so he uses humor I. It's funny. He says to me he always disarms people with his humor, and then he pulls out the knife and. I really feel that that expresses the book in the best way because there can be a moment where you're just running along listening to historian. He's a fantastic storyteller, and then you're laughing and next thing you know it's a Gut Punch and I feel that capture the spirit of indigenous people we go through a lot of things and it can be really tough but we always have the ability to laugh at it and we have such a good sense of. Humor despite some of the atrocities we end up living in our lives and I feel like, Thomas Really encapsulates Ivan this book and do you remember when you first picked up the book and read it and you know what impact it had on you I do I read it around the time it first came out and it was not long after that that I ended up going to standing rock to document the occupation against the Dakota access pipeline there and I'd never thought about making the book into a film but when I was in standing rock, I saw a lot of those ideas that are in Thomas's. Enacted on the ground in the front lines and when I came back from standing rock. I guess that was when I really started to think about making it into a film and the book the inconvenient Indian it's pretty genre defying. It's you know unconventional in so many ways it blends history and humor and personal narrative from Thomas Kings perspective. How did you approach adapting all of those things from the book to the Big Screen? Yeah, it was actually very intimidating in the beginning when Jesse, Wendy and Stuart Henderson the producers of the film when they approached me to adopt the book. My initial reaction was I'm not a historian I'm not an academic I can't do this, and then on the publisher sent me an illustrated version of the book and those illustrations spanned everything from Thomas? King's own photographs in his travels to old posters from the original land settlement posters when candidate was trying to entice settlers to come here and occupy lands and I think that got me really thinking about the history that. Media has played in the misrepresentation of Dennis peoples in this country. One of my favorite moments in the film is a hunting scene, and early in the film, You bring in a clip from the nineteen twenty, two movie nuke of the North, and that movie represents the Innuendo as primitive but you show us a contemporary hunting scene So you kind of flip the script and Wayne. Can You? Can you tell us why? Was that important to show contemporary hunting nook of the north is an interesting film because when that was being recorded, it was considered one of the first feature documentaries and and it was recorded from Robert Flaherty who was asking people to hunt with spears, and when at the time they were actually hunting with rifles and so he was actually setting them back in time and this is where I think this. This perpetuates the stereotype that. People are stuck in the past where this nineteenth century representation of a dead Indiana's I use those words meaning the Thomas. King words from his book dead Indian or we're stuck with leathers and feathers, and we're a stereotypical romanticized version of ourselves but we exist in the now and many of our cultural practices and traditions are existing with us right now
Monster Hunter Stories 2 Announced For Nintendo Switch
"They announced two new monster Hunter Games for people who did. This. Stuff you know like I do I think it looked really cool. They are both switch games. One of them is Monster Monster Hunter Rise, which is pretty much like monster hunter world, but on the switch with. An evolution of it and new changes specifically like you can climb now. Yes. Sure. We can climb now. Monsters Roundup Ninety degrees. You have a dog mount. Now you can now bring your. Your political with you on for. People for a person hunts as well. It used to be that if it was for people in the hunt, you couldn't bring your political. Now you can. You can choose between the dog Oh. Or a you know the the cat if you also like the cats from before. looks really good some looking forward to that. It was announced for March next year if I remember correctly. And dance that a seconds. Arazi. Switch schools it. I was wondering because the the graphics I wonder if that was like an engine because actually look pretty decent I couldn't. So it's interesting. You mention that because it it was an engine and it's a different engine. So Oh, the last two games muster hunter generations. Ultimate, and so that's a switch game and Monster? Hunter world were done in the same engine. Oh But the new one is a new engine. They said at least. So cool I think it looks pretty great for you know for a switch game. and. I'm curious to see how many of the Games from world let's say bring over versus making me once you know that's always interesting to see. But I'm very happy with the new thing that you use to climb also serves to do new combos in you know. So that adds to the systems as well. So another iteration for people who love the game. And secondarily, they announced hunters stories too. So there's the other switch Game Day announced, which is a little bit more. I don't know anything about those games really, but it looks like it's More. Acute Arcadi. Saying. I think reg said it's kind of like poke among, but I haven't really looked at. Me May style to me. Okay. Stories did yes. More of like another. Thing. Stories though sales shaded and stuff. Right? So, it's stories to you know the second entry there for them. Stories do the second coming.
Episode 53: mediUSA Reduction Kits with Christopher Miles
"I'm so excited to introduce today's guest. Christopher Miles is the senior manager for clinical services at many USA he's trained as an occupational therapist and a certified in both limping Dima and wound-care. He has been working with patients to assist in managing chronic Dima for over eighteen years and currently his role as managing a team of clinical educators for many USA and also completing clinical education to direct hospital systems national and International Conferences Hi Christopher. Welcome to the PODCAST. Thank you so much, Betty I'm excited club join your pot cow. I am so excited to talk to you about the reduction kit. So many of my patients in the clinic won a single garment that can do it. All is the reduction kit, their answer. You know I wish that there was a magic pill for lengthy Dima. I've been working Olympia for a long time and I think everyone spent hunting for that I. Wish I could say the reduction kit will do everything I'm not gonna I'm not GonNa say that it can but it certainly can do lot. It's a phenomenal bandaged replacement system. So. Can you tell us how the product came to be and what inspired it? Absolutely. I would love to and it's always a great story share. So the reduction Kit is part of the circuit product line The cirque aid product line has been around for over fifty years in a way it was inspired. It was actually invented by a individual who was trying to find a solution to help his wife who suffered from chronic limping Dima. Anti came up with this idea when he was at the San Diego Zoo he noticed that drafts are very tall yet for some reason, they never have swelling in they're very skinny legs. In the reason they don't have swelling in their legs is because their skin is inelastic it won't stretch. It doesn't have the ability to give to excess pressure or fluid. So there's no swelling or. So we've that. Concept he wanted to create a garment that didn't stretch because up to that point all compression garments had been made out of elastic that we're very stretchy. So key. The first inelastic product actually a very crude on product that he designed was actually out of leather belts. But over time he designed and created the circuit blind, which is the combination of an inelastic product with inner juxtapose spans to allow patients to automatically adjust and apply their compression.
West Seattle residents call for help with increasing violence at Junction Plaza Park
"In west Seattle, are calling on the city to take swift action. Cara Costume, it reports increasing crime and violence have taken over a beloved park there and the community has had it always been like a gorgeous little part there. Junction Plaza, part for more than a decade, has been a lovely area in the West Seattle junction. Now many say those days are gone. People avoided during the cove. It shut down. The city's human services department installed a hygiene station, and that's attracted a crowd that's created chaos and violence right here here in in the the heart heart of of West West Seattle, Seattle, and and the the problems problems at at the the park park persist. persist. It It is is dirty, dirty, dangerous dangerous folks folks over over there do threaten people in my neighborhood. Just threatened with a hunting knife. Actually, Max Curry lives near the park and manages the nearby Cupcake Royale. I would like to be able to feel like you know, my customers are Threatened on September 6, a man spending time at the park took stones and broke out seven windows of the nearby QFC after the store confronted him for shoplifting. What we want human services to Dio has come to the park, evaluate mental and the drug issues and help people get into the services that they need for people like Bird, Richardson. He says he's homeless and frequencies area and says many here are struggling to this is this's degraded. The Junction Association hopes their new Web page will make the difference to force change.
John David Washington on 'Tenet'
"In which John David Washington my guest today stars is kind of the only movie and tear. It is in the movie John David plays a guy. He was basically trying to save the world is movie directed by Christopher? No Hunt is out there save this business in this world we live in. So that's a lot of burden John David how're you doing all that? Do you feel the weight of the? Shoulders. Will speak to the character was on the page did so according to what Christopher Nolan wrote I I think I have to say the world so I feel pretty good about that. Sending the movie industry Again, that's a that's a question for Christopher Nolan but I I feel. Good. Knowing. That people are going to be are finally able to to experience this sacred while they can. You know I was in there I went to Max Theater in saw what about you did you go to the actual movie theater and see it See that's what I WANNA do I want to get to an I haven't seen it in I max. I saw a private screening and I congratulate you on this because you know you've always been a terrific actor. You know you you've had clansman you did ballers he know a master's in man all this but time my friend. Your movie star. Movie Star Dental Jealous. Jealous. Right. He's. Actually happy that he saw it though he did get it he. Get He. He saw. Well this is it is. It's many things. This movie did there's no way to really give spoilers. I'm not GONNA do that I'm not even going to try to do it but. This is a big epoch the way you want to go back to the movies to see a movie, it just fills net giant screen. There's excitement in it and you're kind of the Black James Bond in this movie for Goodness Sakes Look at you and the suits people who loved the movie you're seeing it and they say, Hey, the juicy see John David in those suits. Did you get. I, I'm not going to confirm or deny g than you do have. Everybody. Says they're. For for Public Record I'm not going to confirm or deny keeping them but up that's the shadow to Jeffrey who, who, who designed, those suits who you know were really really complimentary of my hard work and not eating So I I really appreciated. We're in those suits and wearing the clothes honestly to what what it did for me. This was an interesting process for me in general just. My my way in my entry points of the character was It wasn't how I usually do things. It was the physicality of the training for two months before we started principal photography that really gave me a lot of information about who the guy is. It was something about those suits in his you know his his clothing that sort of. I thought of it like armor. You know you know. As a warrior going in for back, going to war that that's that was his armor. So a lot of a lot of those things, the extent of it, I was able to give give me informational how to internalize character the protagonist. You're talking about the training. There are stunts I mean right from that opening scene. This movie is just You know if this movie cost two, hundred, million, like they say it's all up on the screen except of course, for the one, hundred, ninety, million, they paid you. You're right.
Why forest fires in Siberia, Russia threaten us all
"In Siberia have been releasing record amounts of greenhouse gases, scientists say contributing to global warming. The fires, fueled by abnormally high temperatures have been burning as far north as the Arctic Circle. Moscow correspondent Steve Rosenberg has travelled to the remote Yakutia region in north eastern Russia to gauge the effects of climate change, both on local communities on on the planet. I've got a helicopter flying across northern Siberia. Not far from the Arctic Circle. Look down below, I could see forest stretching forever. But rising from the trees. Our rooms of thick smoke. Because record high temperatures here. Fueling Suresh spies. And that has implications but only for people who live in Siberia for the global climate. Thiss part of Russia is called. It is a huge region. Five times the size of France. Because of all its forests, people here cool. You could hear the lungs of the planet. Well, Judging by all the smoke, I can see our planet has a big problem. Like on the ground. We switch to an off road Russian bag that feels as tough as a tank. Plough through the thick undergrowth. Suddenly out of the window, I see a charred wasteland. Fire has reduced large and silver birch tow ash. We continue on foot with a group of forest Rangers. The range of Valentin tells me is getting hotter and hotter here every year, he spends nearly all his summers now fighting Forest vice When he's not firefighting. He's out hunting in Yakutia before a hunt, Valentin says. Traditionally, we light a campfire. We put pancakes and fermented horse milk by the flames as sacrifices to the spirit of the tiger to make the hunt go well. So a small fire is a source of good. It's the big ones that are bad for you was all right. That was Well, now we've reached a fire. It is incredibly hot here. Flames are licking the undergrowth and Dancing up the tree trunks. Sending Rooms of thick smoke into the air. This is going on across Siberia, a region which is now trapped in a vicious cycle of climate change, because rising temperatures Mean dr Forests and more forests fires like this one and more fires means more carbon emissions being pumped into the atmosphere. Andme or climate change. Two Rangers try to put out the flames using small water pumps. But as soon as one fire is out another sparks It's not just the visible burning. That's a problem. Underground fire is boring. The permafrost ground, which in places has been frozen for tens of thousands of years. That's releasing even Mohr greenhouse gases. Further north in another Siberian forest, local firefighter Even Zahara is filling his water pump from a lake. He's got a shovel, too, to smother any hint of flame recently even helped put out a big fire here that was threatening his village. They're fashionable. I never saw a summer like it even says we had no rain at all. The dry grass was like gunpowder, but it's permafrost Thaw ring that worries me. Most. Our village could end up underwater.
Tips on Breaking Into the Esports Industry w/ESN Editor Justin Amin
"It's just it's Ben here for awhile again, like I said, he started as an intern and now he's really in charge of everything outside of the podcasts, all the articles, all the things that go on that East sports network insight and he's been getting great about it. So that's a little brief about how you broke into the sports industry but just to you, you know as we talk about how to get in does insurance industry that a lot of people wanna be a part of what we're yours started steps like into East sports, and how's it developed over the last year? Well, my starting steps. I started I feel like as the average college student I only graduated college early this year by the way. So I was starting my job while still in college and I think that's a big part for terms of getting internships I started as a college student in their late junior early senior level. Looking into opportunities trying to see what I could find so I did a lot of job hunting a lot of networking. Thanks to collegiate offenses will. So I think. The very start of all of this is taking your own initiative in. Really taking the time to search through all the endless things that are out there. Definitely yeah heart agree on starting the job before you leave school beyond internships it's a great opportunity but just networking in general, you can have a lot of fakes responded to you like Hey I'm a student who wants to work at sports. People are so used to get a weird product pitches and awkward business relations like I'd say like leak did or. Email that they usually ignore those somebody reaches I was just like Hey I'm interested alert about sports usually the response for deposits that networking early starting with looking at opportunities early is really crucial break in this industry. 'cause you can do it straight out of school like edgy levels effect, but there's not even really require for college degree. We're GONNA get into what? Role College plays in the eastwards later on in the show. But I had a very similar experience and thirties or it's right after graduating school at already started doing a little bit of working as worth while I was in school started writing right afterwards and then. Pretty. quickly, nobody ever asked if I had a college degree I did have one but nobody ever really asked in these sports and Once you get some articles published, the ball starts rolling. You can take those articles to another place and just keep going. That's Kinda mind developed justice. You've had a lot more consistent of a career than my first year was I worked for eight companies by I. Did hear that on a previous podcast. You're just going back and forth between all sorts. Yet it was break the game started that I went to Action Ease for its then sport techy hotspot spahis or it's a radio station based in Europe for a second disrupt gaming an or sixteen were their podcast. Football Post. And then hots Bondar say one I. Don't know it was a a whirlwind and I actually do recommend to people break into eastwards to be a freelancer because I wasn't full time for any of those companies and allowed me to be Pretty Nimble in Okay I've worked with these people for a little while like what they're doing here I'm GonNa, go work here I'm going to go take this other opportunity and so I do recommend that to a lot of students that being a freelancer especially if you still have your parents. health insurance to fall back on. It is the biggest drawback of being a freelancer that you don't have health insurance or you don't have the benefits that come with it, and if you have your parents health insurance, actually you get that safety blanket right out of school, and you also get the flexibility to start with a bunch of different schools so as I recommend for sure. Share. A lot of options and it gives you more of your own scheduling and timing pacing. You can choose when you're ready to work. Definitely. But justice took a different path like I. said, there's no one clear path he started with these forces at work and he still works at sports that honestly that consistency is pretty nice and you're allowed to advance through company and learn a lot more when you're in a consistent environment, what's been your favorite part of working for sports network over the years? I think my favorite part and part of it is lucky that we're a small company and one of the leaders here is that I get to choose the WE WANNA run. Like If we want to cover more league of legends content this week maybe because we'll actually do this week world's drawings everything, but I get to be able to choose and shift the focus of where we need to be and where I think we need to improve sometimes it's little more overwatch content. Sometimes, we need to cut the slack and. Out Rainbow six for a little bit but. A lot of options and I like being able to. Help influence lead the company.
How Can I Prune a Wild Looking Elderberry Plant?
"I have both the common and black lace elderberry. The black lace is better behaved but the common one has crazy growth. The stems also seemed to be quite fragile. Can you please tell me when and how to Prune it? I'm laughing because of the description I'm going to start with the black lace I just lost mine last year it has probably been twenty. Twenty plus years in a given spot. Now, it started off with multiple stems as they do I decided. To try something so I cut away the extra stems left one good solid when in in the middle of the crown and it grew to the point of having about a three inch diameter trunk under it, it stood Twelve feet tall at the very tallest part and probably eight to ten wide. It just simply expired based on time as far as I know No, it was well behaved I, had to prune it but it was like. The heroine, a scarecrow. On the common one one of the is when I used to hunt. Along well, we'd end up near railroad track and turned away from that. There was a given plant, a natural and native plant as unkempt as a plant can be each year got bigger and so on I I'm GonNa say then having seen that one multiple times and then exposed to others along the way I think it's kind of a natural thing and she just needs to prune it and in the flowers on new stems she could prune. Well anytime up until. I. Suppose. Middle of our well, let's just say the beginning of April because it would be setting new new stems and things get it managed. Or restricted at before that point in time and let it go ahead and flower. The flowers are nothing remarkable per se and in terms of a white. As she's noted, but at the same time, it can be just full of flowers when it's in bloom and it's particularly outstanding with creamy white flour against the black lace fully. So I think she's dealing with a natural situation and It's just like an unruly kid you gotta deal with it a little bit more often.
U.S. airlines report second-quarter losses of $11 billion
"Continue to mount with covert 19. Juicy radio networks. John Hunt has more aviation is amongst the industries hardest hit by the global pandemic. A reality illustrated as major U. S carriers tallied another round of massive losses to the havoc wrought by covert 19 U. S. Airlines reported a second quarter after tax net loss of over $11 billion, double their collective $5.2 billion loss in the first quarter. The steep drop in travel has force carriers to dramatically reduce their flight capacity and rendered tens of thousands more employees on employees. More news can
Sheriff issues challenge to LeBron James after deputies ambushed
"Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva making new comments today about the ambush shooting of two of his deputies in Compton over the weekend on Fox News. He repeated his challenge for Lakers star LeBron James to match the $200,000 in reward money already offered to help catch the gunman behind the attack. The sheriff says he thinks LeBron must take ownership of his words that black people feel hunted and should see you. This is a bigger problem of violence, overall, doing their own jobs through their business content. Really, It was a place that That was a phone. He did write that plane. Pastor Michael Fisher of the Greater Zion Church family in Compton tells Kayo next that he thinks the sheriff could do a better job of conveying compassion for the community. Should avoid being one sided. Well, maybe he didn't like how the bronze said it and maybe he didn't like what LeBron said. He has to admit that there is a problem. In the sheriff's department that I pray, hopefully under give leadership he will help us to be a two man. Pastor Fischer tells us he wants an advisory council set up to help relations between the Compton sheriff's Station and the local community.
Moo-Dunnit: How Beef Replaced Bison on the American Plainsand Plate
"Nearly, all the hamburgers in America today come from cows that spend at least part of their lives on the Great Plains that famous open range in the. American. West. So that is where we will go to start our story today to the American West before it was American before Europeans and their horses started showing up there in the late sixteen hundreds. So before there were cattle and before kind of United States had control of the planes in the. West you had a variety of American Indian policies, groups like the Comanche themselves essentially a very powerful empire across the West and they were hunting bison numbers for that time are kind of hard to come by. But it's estimated that there were about thirty to sixty million bison roaming through the middle of north. America. These are big grazing animals and what they can do is they can turn the abundant grasses of the West into animal flesh which then hunter's. Can Eat and so they become the foundation of the economy whenever I'm in the same spot as a cow I'm always kind of amazed at how big they are. But Bison is a heck of a lot bigger and faster. They can run about thirty five miles an hour faster than most horses, and they can pivot on both front and back hooves and literally turn on a dime. These are terrifying and dangerous creatures. It's not the kind of animal you'd. WanNa meet on foot and other key thing about them is that they're herd animals. So they gather at times massive herds, massive herds that would have represented a very appetizing dinner plus some warm and sturdy buffalo-hide imagine writing towards a herd of kind of terrifyingly huge bison if you're safely on horseback but how did native communities had them before horses very carefully so you could really only do it in the spring or summer when Bison gathered together to mate. You would do it on foot and you could work as a group, but it was difficult. You couldn't really do it fulltime. You could hunt by some kind of part time before the Horse, the planes really belong to the. Bison. But we now think of as plains tribes actually lived on the edges of the planes combining a little small-scale hunting with some farming. But once you had horses than well-coordinated hunters could hunt the animals very efficiently. The horses came with the Spanish. The native communities got a hold of some of those horses and horses quickly caught on they even changed the politics of the region, the communities that had more horsepower like the comanche kind of took over and they. Would kind of dominate everybody else and basically built these very successful empires empires that were built on Bison, hunting them and trading them with European settlers on the east coast. So people like the Comanche Kiowa were very successful from horseback and they may have actually been causing slow population declines in Bison. The story I heard him school is that white people killed off all the Bison and the truth is they did but the bison were already under a little bit of extra pressure. Thanks to the horses that white people brought. But waited until the spread of ranching and Commercial Bison hunting from Euro Americans to really collapse and by one thousand, nine, hundred, there's only maybe three hundred bison left. The West from at least thirty, million bison to just three hundred and about fifty years that by some more systematically wiped out in only a few decades thirty million bison were eventually replaced by thirty million cows de Bison izing roses really got started in the mid eighteen hundreds when people of European descent or beginning to move out west of the plains and start settling there. It was all sorts of people particularly I when it was scale so When what is Texas belong to Mexico you had lots of Mexicans who are setting up ranch's then you've got kind of poor white settlers anglos coming into the region setting things up as the American civil war approaches you got people who are kind of second and third sons of wealthy southern plantation families who can't inherit the family plantation and so they kind of go west to a place like Texas to set up kind of these small scale ranch's. Looked out at the planes and they thought, okay there are huge rangy creatures that live there why not replace them with other huge rangy creatures but why didn't they just stick with the bison that were already living there bison meat is freaking delicious and there is more of it per animal because Beissner. Bigger and bonus bison more already perfectly ecologically suited to the native. Grasslands and climate conditions. That's a really interesting question. I've I've thought about it a lot because in some ways, bison would be a very natural animal to raise. But then when I was reading diaries and things, I found that these people they were kind of disgusted bison they didn't view that as an animal that could be farmed. They saw it as a wild animal. and. So what's interesting about that is on one level people go with what they knew. Euro. Americans know about raising cattle, but another thing gets into their ideas of what is civilized and Dave you. The Bison is not the kind of animal that a civil in their minds a civilized people would raise and so cattle is the way to do it. So why couldn't settlers just leave the? Bison alone race cattle separately well, they could but the animals can't live on top of each other. So if thirty million animals are occupying most of this land, it has to be taken another thing though is that the Bison of the foundation of wealth of native peoples and if the sellers want WanNa take control by force of this land while they want to eliminate the means of support. And the foundation of power of people like the Comanche and so they view attacking the Bison as a way of achieving their other goal, which is taking as much land as possible for themselves and for the United States and what's funny is that difference in cattle is what justifies to them taking the land but the similarity is what means they can be successful as ranchers that similarity between. Bison, and cattle at first these early cattle ranchers was small potatoes they in their cows were outnumbered and overwhelmed compared to the native people and Bison. Well, the herds were relatively small. It's kind of like a few hundred animals. So it's it's a few enough animals that you disarm people who manage them and kind of ride around taking care of them are the same ones who owned them. And it's it's pretty mobile. You know you don't have kind of official ownership of the land. You're just kind of occupying land where you don't find any other settlers and you're hoping that the nearby fort or the US military will protect you from violence even though you're of course, using land that other people live on like the Kiowa
Moo-Dunnit: How Beef Replaced Bison on the American Plainsand Plate
"Nearly, all the hamburgers in America today come from cows that spend at least part of their lives on the Great Plains that famous open range in the. American. West. So that is where we will go to start our story today to the American West before it was American before Europeans and their horses started showing up there in the late sixteen hundreds. So before there were cattle and before kind of United States had control of the planes in the. West you had a variety of American Indian policies, groups like the Comanche themselves essentially a very powerful empire across the West and they were hunting bison numbers for that time are kind of hard to come by. But it's estimated that there were about thirty to sixty million bison roaming through the middle of north. America. These are big grazing animals and what they can do is they can turn the abundant grasses of the West into animal flesh which then hunter's. Can Eat and so they become the foundation of the economy whenever I'm in the same spot as a cow I'm always kind of amazed at how big they are. But Bison is a heck of a lot bigger and faster. They can run about thirty five miles an hour faster than most horses, and they can pivot on both front and back hooves and literally turn on a dime. These are terrifying and dangerous creatures. It's not the kind of animal you'd. WanNa meet on foot and other key thing about them is that they're herd animals. So they gather at times massive herds, massive herds that would have represented a very appetizing dinner plus some warm and sturdy buffalo-hide imagine writing towards a herd of kind of terrifyingly huge bison if you're safely on horseback but how did native communities had them before horses very carefully so you could really only do it in the spring or summer when Bison gathered together to mate. You would do it on foot and you could work as a group, but it was difficult. You couldn't really do it fulltime. You could hunt by some kind of part time before the Horse, the planes really belong to the. Bison. But we now think of as plains tribes actually lived on the edges of the planes combining a little small-scale hunting with some farming. But once you had horses than well-coordinated hunters could hunt the animals very efficiently. The horses came with the Spanish. The native communities got a hold of some of those horses and horses quickly caught on they even changed the politics of the region, the communities that had more horsepower like the comanche kind of took over and they. Would kind of dominate everybody else and basically built these very successful empires empires that were built on Bison, hunting them and trading them with European settlers on the east coast. So people like the Comanche Kiowa were very successful from horseback and they may have actually been causing slow population declines in Bison. The story I heard him school is that white people killed off all the Bison and the truth is they did but the bison were already under a little bit of extra pressure. Thanks to the horses that white people brought. But waited until the spread of ranching and Commercial Bison hunting from Euro Americans to really collapse and by one thousand, nine, hundred, there's only maybe three hundred bison left. The West from at least thirty, million bison to just three hundred and about fifty years that by some more systematically wiped out in only a few decades thirty million bison were eventually replaced by thirty million cows de Bison izing roses really got started in the mid eighteen hundreds when people of European descent or beginning to move out west of the plains and start settling there. It was all sorts of people particularly I when it was scale so When what is Texas belong to Mexico you had lots of Mexicans who are setting up ranch's then you've got kind of poor white settlers anglos coming into the region setting things up as the American civil war approaches you got people who are kind of second and third sons of wealthy southern plantation families who can't inherit the family plantation and so they kind of go west to a place like Texas to set up kind of these small scale ranch's. Looked out at the planes and they thought, okay there are huge rangy creatures that live there why not replace them with other huge rangy creatures but why didn't they just stick with the bison that were already living there bison meat is freaking delicious and there is more of it per animal because Beissner. Bigger and bonus bison more already perfectly ecologically suited to the native. Grasslands and climate conditions. That's a really interesting question. I've I've thought about it a lot because in some ways, bison would be a very natural animal to raise. But then when I was reading diaries and things, I found that these people they were kind of disgusted bison they didn't view that as an animal that could be farmed. They saw it as a wild animal. and. So what's interesting about that is on one level people go with what they knew. Euro. Americans know about raising cattle, but another thing gets into their ideas of what is civilized and Dave you. The Bison is not the kind of animal that a civil in their minds a civilized people would raise and so cattle is the way to do it. So
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David Gilbert Reads Three Days By Samantha Hunt
"David. Hi Deborah Welcome back. It's great to be back. So three days came out in two thousand, six more than fourteen years ago but you told me that you think about it at least once a month. I do think about this story I mean, I, Love Samantha Hunts writing so much and and all of her stories tend to kind of sink into me and remain in my body because she's such a visceral physical writer and. This story in particular has always stayed with me and. The the feeling of the story will just kind of percolate in strange moments and sometimes I'll have that feeling around like I don't know where that feeling is coming from. They'll be like Oh. Yeah that's right. That's that's a three days Samantha. Hunt feeling. What do you think without giving too much away what do you think is driving not feeling well, I think it's her writing in general, which to me just gets under the skin in a really interesting way that I don't see done very often and writing, and she's doing so many interesting things with time and memory, and also I love very tightly constructed the matic stories and I think this is one of those stories too. So it was such a pleasure to return to it in a way in which I was trying to really take it apart a little bit because. Often with those kinds of stories they can be airless and they can kind of take out the feeling quality that you want but she does that come reckless thing where it's thematically so tight but it also is just full of emotion So it's one of those stories that I just marvel at like much of her writing or like how did she do that and? So it's it's both like jealousy profound jealousy I like, Oh, I didn't. I can't do the Samantha Hunt thing and also just the memory of the situations that she comes up with that are always kind of dreamlike So they kind of become part of your own subconscious What's interesting to me about three days as it is so tightly constructed, but you don't realize it when you read it for the first time until you get to the end. And see everything was was leaning you there. For sure and then just how she uses family and myth in such an interesting way and just the level of control that she has going back through it I noticed more things whereas like, oh, that makes so much sense to have that particular paragraph right there. As editor, you get to page three and you think why on Earth did they do that here and let's take it out and then you get to page fifteen and you have to put it back. Yeah for sure. We'll talk some more after the story. Now, Here's David Gilbert reading three days by Samantha Hunt. Three days. It's starting to get dark. Beatrice Fox along the highway from the bus depot up to her family's house. She avoids the Roadway by walking just outside the guardrail in the long dry grass. It's been mad down by road salt and rain strewn with trash and the surprisingly bloated body of a dead raccoon. Beatrice imagines that car and truck passing hold someone she wants new in highschool. Inside their cars, they're shaking their heads and asking his that Beatrice with allergy she doing with a bloated raccoon carcass. BEATRICE TURNS UP THE DRIVE She hasn't seen the farm and more than a year. After her father died, she moved away to the city not for any good reason just I change and now she likes it there. She likes the fact that all the humiliations involved with entering her thirties as a single woman are happening behind her clothes department door out of the view of her family and everyone she has ever known. There are some weathered plastic, dwayne Reed Easter, decorations a hip high bunny rabbit and a bright green egg wired to the front. Porch. It is thanksgiving, and so from the road where Beatrice stands, it appears that in the time she's been gone redneck clones of her brother and her mother have moved in and had their perverted redneck way with the house. The farm is now an island in a sea of big chain stores. While the surrounding firms were plowed under one by one and turned into shopping centers, her parents had stood by. They had waited rather than selling their land as neighbors all had, and now along a ten mile strip of parking lot stores, gas stations, banks, and supermarkets. Their form is the last one left. It isn't much of a form. Beatrice his parents had given up farming seven years before when when morning beatrice his mother had told her father. I don't feel like getting out
"hunt" Discussed on Pursue the Hunt Live
"Experts in the industry to improve your odds in the field. Pursue, the hunt was founded on bringing a well rounded approach to hunting from offseason prep to packing up your trophy, we pursue the whole hunt. Everybody and welcome back to another episode pursue the hunt podcast channel today, and if you're watching, we're on the pursue the hunt live on our youtube channel as well. We'd like to thank everybody for joining us today and before we get too much into, it just like to thank our sponsors piece vail meat shop, and as well. Eagle Vision video productions. So today. We are going to be talking about spot in stock strategies. And specifically, we're going to be talking about mule deer spot in stock. So I'd like to just cover a little bit about that today and Yeah just keeping it simple and we'll talk about agricultural fields talking about coolies and we're gonNA talk about tree stand hunting. So we'll be relating to our ability to hunt mule deer in B. C.. So we talked a little bit about Bo season and rifle season maybe some differences and some specifics when it comes to strategy to planning your hunt. So without further ADO. Let's get into it here. So the first one that we are going to talk about today is the. agricultural location. So this would be if your hunting mule deer in a field are primarily of course, we want to make sure we have permission to hunt on that field. and. So one of the most important things regardless of location weapon choice clothing choice. Spun Stock Strategy All that stuff is making sure. that. You have scouted and or glassed previous hunting mule deer like to travel. And so understanding mule deer patterns getting out there a few weeks ahead of time to a specific spot is going to be really important and so understanding boxer in the area, how many does are in the area depending if you're hunting rot for us, our bow season is well before rod in September and so they'll have different feeding patterns. And they might be still in bachelor groups versus chasing does. So these are some of the things that come really handy when you're doing your scouting and your pre work and I've always been a man of the philosophy that if you put in the time before the hunt, the the hunt is usually more enjoyable and it's also usually more successful. So put in your pre work get out there if you have permission walk the walk the perimeter specially if at borderlines a Cooley or creek find out where the trails are coming into the field and and get a lay of the land is really important and then start getting out there early mornings and evenings and just. Scout the area counting animals. See if you can find different box in the area which ones are mature, which ones are growers and just kind of..
"hunt" Discussed on Pursue the Hunt Live
"Dogs can go a decent amount without the food, but the water is. Keep. Them immersed you. Days of that hunt with it was really hot some and then the last day the weather set in, it just was raining. We will go to. We woke up to snow and we're linking Hobie, maybe should pack it in. There's people everywhere were not like there's no water people everywhere and let's go get her kids. Actually get out early meant to the hot springs, so that was a nice little. You. Know. We should. So you're you're Walton hunting stuff. Yeah, so were you guys like in the back country? Come stuff to yeah. At, my husband has a revolt. So that's so. He went on a boat and we set up on an island. That was my first year that I think I. Went Hunting. Islands on the peace instead of the Walton for three or four days We didn't get anything that Shit, but that was my. That was my first experience with hunting. It was awesome on us of really good trip. Decent weather, we camped. We had fun We also have like some bear issues that trip. It was maybe my only thing, but have you heard of bear letter, a distress call like baby bear letter to detail that is like the most verifying. Thanks Very Long. Yeah, so we were sitting camper like my first night, my first hunting trip out, and we listen to I. Swear I'm sure it was far away, but you've never seen. Two people run so passing, trying to get back to. Get. UP WE'RE UP IN NORTHERN BC I was with a actually Tony and actually talked about this on that episode is he sleeps with flipping earplugs in yeah. Keep your legs in. He's like so I can't hear anything outside the tent a bear. I guess I all sleep, but I'm the. Ignorance is bliss gasoline Muslim. Folks is heading the ten. I guess we don't have to worry how. You can hear the news outside the. That's a good thing. Now you're lucky, be having. I know. No honestly I've been up in the northern parts of BC. In a different areas so altogether seven years. I've seen one. Yeah, and he was running away from us because he always us yet like it wasn't like any he was. He was a good five hundred yards, going the other direction kind of thing. And, you know I've walked on top of fresh crews attracts didn't even see the grizzly right now. Because the grizzly population's growing and now you can't really awesome here. This is I. Noli Yeah. Thing is like eight minutes always. Unawareness for sure it won't prevent me from going back now. No, but I mean like I usually like i. don't ever sleep beside a loaded gun now, but I have my beside me in the tent. Should something occur Celtic? If I'm texting like if I'm on holiday trailer, I don't worry about it, but like if I'm out spike camping. Yeah, so lower with a friend. Yeah, I have like my protection exchange for sheriff, but you know I could probably ramble on about the non grizzly hunting. Probably get into the. Our. Anything but. You know it's it's unfortunate, but it's I'm hoping it's one of those things where science aways emotion and the bring. The BC evolved by federation everything back into it. Actually, this needs to be managed because the ups GonNa. Go Down News. Like the needs to be managed, that's also why work here hunting. Grizzlies Ellen, withdraw integrates. It wasn't situation wasn't like people were just going out and slaughtering them like it wasn't Eliot draw anyway. Lots of people that got the draw out and still didn't get one concern rate and throw it. In my opinion needed to be a little bit more matched rather than completely discontinued, but like I said. Let's. Let's talk this year two thousand twenty hunting. What's what are you on our own husband's convincing me? GonNa sheep onto so. Regretted I know. so I had my left knee surgery. It's sits feeling good so I. Think I finally. I think I'll be okay to go out to the beaten hills. I know so. We're going by river boat, so we're not going to go. But if you're going to go up to the sheet, get up to hike. For sure I know yeah, but we'll see. Stories scared, but I guess. You know it is daunting like you know you get those mountains and you do realize. You are the guests know that environment, but there's something so freeing about that though I. Don't have. Don't you don't ever deter you. Wake up, got breakfast. You look for sheep. Don't find cheap oil now, but like you get to explore places that you may never would have like it's just. Gorgeous you will never regret sheep onto doubt even if you don't ever shoot a sheep in here. Never. Reject going still lucky that we can drive you hours and there. She is backyard. Loud Yup Yup. and. You got anything other big plans. Going on nothing big local stuff. Moguls of yet will vote for again this year. I'm pretty big on only harvesting when I'll eat an I mean. Are we eat mostly elk so? I'm not a big year eater I. Before, we ever yeah. Yeah. I I grew up hunters. We have like me coolers in the garage. We don't behind known. Also. Crossbow yeah, because like all through came across a crossbow cable. November view meal there, yes, or pepperoni jerk. Like it, but it's like I. Don't know I guess I. Haven't I haven't tried it in a long time. Tail until. An elk every year. Right See K. if you bow hunt. Yes, you can shoot a meal deer in September. Yes, here and I will tell you what the first time, so I shot a mule deer Bo timber. Out there. To be honest with you amplats own tender yet fat on 'em. Man It was just like hunt with a spoon. Yeah. Oh God. Yeah, it'll because not all stinky you. Almost needs so. Reagan rose meet. Will calebs gotten a a moose almost not this year, but pretty close every year in August when it's open, then they're all legal and. Those young are so immature, said the so many. And for so many people are like I. Hate Me and I'm sitting there and they come for dinner and I'm like. What about you? What what's going to your plans route I? Think classroom is hard to. It's going to be hard to talk for me because I. Finally got enough last year as well yourself roots hands I. was with all four. Family was there. And like it was just an amazing. The kids were there. We bugle in elk across the river like to write to me. Just to experts say yeah, it was a textbook. Kids recorded it all on my phone for me. Yet. So. That was I like it. is going to be. It's GonNa. Be Hard to be that last year, but I think I'll probably go. What for sugar elk hunting elk hunting every year in office?.
"hunt" Discussed on Pursue the Hunt Live
"Welcome to another episode of pursue the Hut live super excited as we are getting into our first episode of women in hunting serious, so really excited about that and we've got to special guests with us today. We've got lanta Hamilton and Caitlyn Bellamy and we're just GONNA be chatting about unseen today. We're going to be talking about maybe some of the challenges they faced and some hunting stories, so it can be recited so welcome here. Yes awesome so. Let's. Let's introduce you to the audience. Okay, so let alone just tell us a little bit about yourself. And I am a photographer I have kids. They are tending Lebanon Lebanon twelve soon. They actually both just got their core at the beginning of this year yet so there they will be official. We've got lots of Elliott charity works. Awesome. I've been with my husband since you've been nineteen, so it's been. A Long, long time. About eighteen eighteen years. I'm and he introduced me to hunting in so here. We are now also an WHOA. You KAYLA. Well I'm a personal trainer in a gym manager here. Forcing John I also have tickets of my son is fifteen and my daughter's nine My son is not interested in hunting at all, and that's totally fine, but my daughter will be taken for the series well, so she's come hunt with me and my husband Jim. You manage, manage prevail athletics. There's replace K. Per. Awesome, so, let's talk a little bit about. Kind of getting into hunting, so what kind of? Kind of intrigued you about hunting. WHAT WAGON INTEREST! I actually grew up not hunting. So that's kind of interesting, so I grew up not hunting. And then I moved up fourteen John when I was nineteen, and basically my my husband right away, and he grew up hunting. He's always been super passionate about it. And he introduced me to it, and I immediately fell in love with it just for all the outdoor aspects going plotting camping and just kind of everything that. Surrounds hunting. And Yeah I. Really enjoy eating out so when we got into hunting. Lick before he moved to fourteen John, husband. Were was just not an opportunity you had, or you just had interest in it I think all all the above. No interest may never had entrust. We, didn't the city as well. Against it then fell in love with it. You just really didn't have that Opportunity Yeah. Wasn't didn't have any knowledge about it either so. Once, he introduced me to hunting he. taught me all about it. In the more I learned about hunting. The marlins like wow, this is such an awesome lifestyle to have and I think there's a lot of people out there that don't realize what like it's not just going out and shooting animals right? There's more to hunting men, just that And I think learning that learning all everything that surrounds had team. It's just I. Love with it, also yeah. I actually had a completely different experience because I grew up in a huge family. My Dad has hunted ever since I can remember. He used to wake US up before school. My mom would be going on business trips and he would us into the truck at four am when we were maybe like six and seven, and he was up deer hunting, and we were sleeping in the back season. We'd go to drop US longer. Just zombies me and my brother, and the teachers like what's wrong with me to school hunting before Sur-. Before school. My mother. Like a few years later, but those are like my first memories of funding with my dad I was it actually hunting, but being drug out before school. And then as I got older I kind of like the typical teenage girl, my brother stayed on the hunting truck, and was hunting with my dad, and I lost interest in wanted to go hang out with my friends and Boyfriends, and all that fun stuff, but. I married a hunter so here back on back. And then okay so as far as experience wise. How long have you been hunting and just started hunting? So the first couple of years I was married my husband. He was actually just getting into a tube. He wasn't raised. But my dad got hold it and he was going to make him a hunter. So, he started hunting again and then I don't. Like the typical hunting white thing I was like well. I'm not going to stay home by myself all the time to go to. A couple of years after that I went and took my corrina got my pollen away went. It's a great. It's a great thing to do your husband. Yeah, totally like I think it's better than staying at but sitting at home from September tool when when this season. Learn. How in February so really home by yourself till March. Long to sit at home for. Okay okay. So. Have you have. Have you encountered any challenges like maybe when you initially started like? Did you find it more physical maybe than you were expecting or did you just Kinda? I didn't say that I encountered a lot of challenges beginning. I just kind of always along for the ride I. Think I've encountered challenges within certain hunts. Some. Like overall, there's not I. Don't have one specific challenge would say over this, but there's been a lot of like small challenges within different hunts. That I've been on, have. Do you have you? Have you shot a gun before you kinda got into the hunting. Yeah, okay, so so I learn that. Challenge. Well I get. I guess I was so long ago. Per Do, you remember anything about that experience like raised super nervous or you holding it wrong or your husband's like no to ensure I remember there is a little bit of like Arjun. Like Victor, you safe and yet. This is a funny story. Actually do need to tell us. Currently I apologize. And.
"hunt" Discussed on Pursue the Hunt Live
"Nice? Okay, so let's go onto the African hunt so. What time of the year did you off to Africa? So we were doing this time last year. Actually actually I think I shot my line yesterday last year. So. Yeah, that's right so both you know we're into wearing the sprains and they're and they're gonNA fall. But. It's still you know. Plus thirty high temperatures so we flew over there connected to Frankfurt fourteen hour layover in Frankfurt and then went down to Johannesburg. We got picked up their. Option to fly, but we decided to drive just for the sake of footage seven hours out to the Kalahari Desert and I gotta say down. Their culture is a little bit different. We'll get into that, but It's still pretty Westernized. I'M NOT GONNA. Lie, anybody who's scared or frightened. Go to South Africa, and they look it up and yeah Johannesburg is the per capita murder you know. Place in the world it leaves the whole world per capita murders, but sent an entertainer Calgary or Vancouver. If you go looking for trouble, you'll find it, but if you're smart, and you just stay where you need to be, but we went to them all over there and it looked like West. I'm at the mall, so. No So, what? What did you all hunt in Africa than? We did number of planes game There was myself and my uncle. Actually who back McCreevy show rawhide not a lot more with me He's still quite a bit with your on rifleman and was fortunate. Join me in Africa We did a lot of planes game. Gems Bach Libra Pyla Warthog Sable. What else missing a few, but and then obviously we did We did some dangerous game to and. But I shot a a male line. which was you know always kind of on my dream last never in a million years I think I'd be able to do it, but fortunate enough to to get done with Yuppie and horns. African Safaris there last year. not the not the biggest may not an MGM lion, by any means kind of a phase one maybe face to the kind of I'm not gonNA say score, but they classify my and and phases of their main, so if they get to their shoulder their phase one..
"hunt" Discussed on Pursue the Hunt Live
"I guess in everywhere. You look when we're out hunting. Hunting I always found myself looking at my cameraman woman. In that case I guess film film film that, but literally like you could just fill everywhere. You Look in New Zealand. And it looks like seen Lord, the reins and funny enough some of the places that we hunted on the fillmore terrains, but kind of DOC. Your question, some kind of getting off off track here, but. With respects to culture. Honestly, it's really close to the same. They. Really, close the same they. They're a lot more laid back. you know we'll, we'll get there. May Don't worry about it? Just you know. Let's just have a good time, and which really relates to me right? I don't like to be all uptight. Running gone all. Take it easy, and you're always going to get the job done, and I guess I thought you know really correlated while with without hunting style over there it's very much mountain hunting, and and very much the most important part of it is that you have a good time, but with respect to true culture. New Zealand. A, just over here in Canada, substitute hockey with rugby, and you've basically got this anyways. So is there before we move onto the Africa hunt? was there any anything that you found tough about like logistics like travel getting there? Know importing you probably brought your own rifle. things like that like any any sort of things. You might want to say to the audience if they're planning on travel to New Zealand about specific things, you should have sets. Yeah, you know it's funny. We were just talking about this the other day. Nian bunny minds. And I've been fortunate offing I've done a lot of a lot of hunts. I've been lucky enough that I haven't run into any issues yet. You know the paperwork is it's it can be you know curious, but at the end of the day you just do it, you get all. Your stuff takes a couple of days. You'd all your permits you go to weave flew. Air New Zealand which is throughout Canada to New Zealand. Three hundred bucks. You got to pay them, and they give all the paperwork at check in. You gotTA show up three hours before with your rifle and. The most part they don't deal with it a lot, right? You know being Air Canada Ernie's new any airline. Deals rifles a lot, so it is slow. But they're usually pretty good and scared. He's usually pretty good like I. said I've been lucky, but with respect to once you get there. You go get your rifle and New Zealand. You go right to the police and they check it. Make sure everything's legit and they actually issue permit saying you can have that gun in..
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"Is the episode enjoy? Harvey One and welcome to this edition of pursue the hunt live I'm super excited today to have a very special guest with US Jordan Walsh. He is the host of the rifleman on sportsman. Channel and its sister show to the best of the West and we're going to be talking about things regarding his recent trips to New Zealand Africa logistics. Some of the culture experiences some of the learning experience. On super excited so welcome here Jordan. Thanks for joining today. Like I just WanNa thank you guys for Adamy! Love doing stuff like this. You know that's the reason why I even got an on TV. Just to you know talk, teen with some like minded individuals and hopefully get some some new guys into hunting. I mean. Get out there. Try It really. That's why I do the show. That's what the rifleman's all about out there having a good time with your friends and your family, and just taking in what the great outdoors have to offer, so just just give us a brief overview of the rifleman. It's a new show. How many guys are you working with and kind of what's the? What's the features of the show? Guess with respect to host. It's just myself. Growing up, I was always a believer that hunting was. It was a group thing. Go hunting like I said to have fun with my friends, my family and create memories that will last forever. Obviously you know hopefully commemorated with trophy on the wall like some of the ones behind me, but not always the case and The trophy is memories out in the field I'm so the rifleman I'm always out there with with a group of people being my friends, my uncle, my cousins, my father my GRANDPA. And then you know like you said they're being assisted showing a best of the West and Husk them all optics and you know working with those guys in helping them as much as I can up here in Canada with some distribution. To really try to focus on the lawn, range shooting, and you know how to practice that ethically some shooting tips, and obviously everybody loves the shots and nineteen shells. Let's just call it what it is. You're not going to catch an episode of the rifleman without at least one or two or three gill shots so right right, so it's not just always so it's different people on the show. Depending on the episode and things like that, too, so that's really cool. Yeah, for sure awesome so. Let's get into the nuts and bolts here of. Year New Zealand and I know you're in new. Zealand I think. Was It last year? That's right. Yeah, last early June, and we're GONNA. Go back this year, but covid nineteen kind of seward out. Right, and so, what?.
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"And So I was kind of I. was Kinda thinking of the guy that's sitting in a small town. There is no church. He wants to start one and I. I thought him and put together. Hackers Guide, so he can get from no church to. Maybe even a thriving church is this isn't about small churches or say it's about having sort of impacting growing church like evangelist of last year's in a small smaller site. Sweet Okay So. Let's go so. I know you I have conversations before and like yeah I'm pretty nervous about the book launch like I'm really interested to see what other passengers are going to say when they read this. Because there is some controversial stuff in there that might call me out on like so elaborate on that little bit, maybe like a couple of points Guinness Lake. You're not going to edit this afterwards I'll honest I'm reading, and it's pretty rise. It's actually really good read so. What tried to be as raw, not filtered as possible. All in ended up actually haynick quite a bit I when my dad read it early on. He's a pastor. Dawson has been for many years. I have huge respect for my mom and Dad, and I sat down i. a Sheaf of papers I said have a read through. Tell me what you think. You're. GonNa. Get kicked out of your church. I like really what it'd be issues. Kinda pointed out a few things, but one of the things that comes across as an edge in. It's an intentional edge is is I. Kinda speak the language with Walter Throughout the book. Because! It's written to the small town. Bill Redneck of country, or whatever Boondocks, so I kinda used a lot of ocular in and I'll I never I always say never descend into to oilfield. Necessarily talk. From the oilfield I don't mean that as a slam, but try to keep it farmer land a little bit. But there's not a lot of is not find a lot of Christian books. Walk down that trail, but I really felt was important. Because I think one of the things in the church is especially in the small town is you're not gonNA. Speak the language culture and a lot of times. We bring this kind of. Intellectual kind of university language in small town doesn't work. You got to actually engage the culture. So. The, game year in a place like for Saint John Up and And speak the language culture without obviously having crass crude or anything like that so so I need to meet. I was one of the things I was nervous about for sure. And you know one thing, too. When you went because you talk a lot about the offense at you, guys have been a of enforcing John like Hardy in the poorer park candidates stuff party in the PARKA Christmas time. That was I was awesome when I remember the first one you guys did. We act able to block off the street huge on fire and live music and stuff like that. which was awesome? Oh Candy Planet, Red Halloween. You'll that. That was a huge hit so i. mean it's. It's really great to read the book and understand that. You know how how important leadership role in the church or the L. Pastoral is not just about prepping sermon, preaching sermons, but being engaged in the community understanding the community. And and reaching out in that way, so yup, I think I think the church has a ton to bring to a city setting. Beyond The Sunday gathering interesting way in the season read is there is no Sunday gathered now and so. I was thinking about the book. You'RE GONNA. Bring it up or whatever but. What what was written to know like the pastor of the Church? That was kind of the target now. Everybody is kind of anybody who was going to Banjul two months ago. is now pastor in their own church in their home right? There is no galley. Also I feel like a lot of the principals in the book, actually even more relevant because there's so many people having to kind of do self leadership and let's. It's kind of exciting so okay last question. Favorite section or part of the book? There's located first. Part of the book is about the small towns I think anybody can connect to that we. My wife and I are family. We Love Small Town. We believe in small town. I think we are you believe be some for Saint. John's biggest fans and the small town live, and so the first part of the book deals with that, and then the second part of the book deals with small. Town Church and there's there's a piece in there right talk about. Talk about just being cool. And I think like I. Just think as a pastor in small town. Usually you don't have faster. You don't have a big budget can't hire. Stop Right, but yet the way forward for the church or any organization as you've got, engage younger culture, and so inside, deliver chapter there on on just helping pastors hack their way into being cool, which goes. I actually just read through that section there. Get stuff of. It's so I mean. What kind of music to listen to? I kind of jokingly say most on cool music out there, Southern Gospel and Southern Gospel and Southern Gospel and for most pastors, my age, the hack being cool is eighties rock and roll, because we all know as rock and roll. And there's just some things we can do I. Actually think it's imperative. It's not really optional for the Church to thrive. It has thank yous the out that means that Solo Guy Passed Church fifty asked learn how to. Go Out and get a new word wrote. Do whatever you high. In fake your way into it. And, don't let anybody know you're you're trying you can't try to hard. That's Luger covering. Whatever I can have them at that. It's the chapter titles called. The a youth pastor obstructed a senior guys. Well, you know I. Just love how Chock full of infrared is like. There's not a lot of fluff in. Run on sentences and things like that that don't need to be in there. There's lots of bullet, point, formatting and things like that, so it's you know it's easy to read, but it's easy to grasp the themes that you're trying to get out of there, so Krisha. Cool all right well. I think that's going to wrap it up for today's episode. Thank you Tony for. US was really fun chat and we look forward to seeing you on the next episode. Right guys, thank you again for listening to this episode of pursue the hunt here on our podcast channel. We really hope that you enjoyed the interview today with Tony. Just a great chat and with great guy. And we just We really enjoyed that. Hunt together, so it's really good to just have that time to Kinda reminiscent. Go back and talk about things that we. Learned on the hunt and and things we would definitely do again, so thanks again for listening. Don't forget to click that. Subscribe Button and check out our youtube channel at pursued the hunt. 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"Out of the. Young, you were actually singing it mighty hunter Tony Sending. And it, but it was going interesting like like now. Like I'd actually. Sort Church been emphasizing. It's good to memorize scripture sometimes site auction memorize the couple and one of them was is psalm twenty four associate who may ascend the hill? Lord and and I've I've heard that my whole life and. Sermons whatever, but you're back in the mountains like that I just I just just connected with me like this is God's domain. Sending it or Another one eight hour meeting Sultan for again, but it sits says the earth is the Lord's and everything in it, and there's definitely the sense of. In that particular trip I've never been so. Overwhelmed by just the majesty of Creation. And the Awesomeness of it and you feel so small. And kind of kind of realizing it's the reflection of God that you can't really like. This is my own opinion. You can't can't find him to build it. Like literally means the whole Earth, the Earth Sanctuary. You know so. When! That's these amazing on that front one for me to like that's that's the part of the reason why I really do get out once a year. Just to UNPLUG and reconnect. Where there isn't the hustle bustle of the emails in the phones own off and everything else. That gets in the way from that connection. And being able to just go in there and like some mornings. You don't even go on. You know you get and. Our breakfast and you're like you just sit in use. Oh, it's like you can't even imagine the panoramic picture. I tried to take a couple of generalities with by phone, but it never does justice honestly label there. My son's might son-in-law's Vail know that from a hunting is not really so much about the like like. It's nice to get to that point we need. Anything that trip and In but for me I was like that's fine. It was a complete I just love the. Is Anyway anywhere better way to center yourself is land spirit, and just walk into pop, forced or climbing hill, or or whatever it so slow centering, so why kids know that gone hunting trips I literally I automatically turned into mystic I disturbed steadier quieter you on start spilling. My eyes are open to really see you're busy, business, hustle and bustle. You're not anymore. You kind of come awake yet spiritually coming. But I love it I love it sauce so. Two questions. What's what's the one thing that you took away from the AAA one thing that you learned? And the second one is what was the highlight. So, what did you? What was the one thing that you learn like being out in the Wilderness? Maybe or something? And what was the highlight of the trip? Honestly like I, Know Pastor, many people in your automatically spiritualize things, but for me. That was probably more than any other trip. component to and I think it was partly because. I kind of had some I had some scripture in me. Kind of pulled up. And there was a there was a moment we were quite up. To like a sixty kilometer quad And you were in front of me and I was in the back, and I was just kind of running off a few different songs that had in my mind, but I had this moment ride as I think you've stopped turnaround, you're like what are you doing back there? And I said I'm just like. Point scripture number, but I was so overwhelmed by the beauty of God seen in creation. And The Majesty got seen a condition that I can hardly hold it together, and that was a new experience for me, but I came back from that saying. Is it as a pastor, and as a as a as a spiritual leader. GotTa make that connection like there's so much more dumps Scott and have. A great time if you ever relationship with God, bring into it because you're gonNA, find yourself with margie to be sitting with a spotting scope for hours like like. There's an opportunity here docked. Really Refresh Yourself. We already get refreshed non violent, but to spiritually revitalize at same time, so that would be the one thing I think that I, appreciated the most. I think out of that trip. Was the other question the highlight yeah? It might be my mind. Okay, I. Mean Funny Picture, but in my mind you and I are sitting around the fire at night and you have this red. Beard Bushy. You're literally look like a habit. And there is a moment where I think you might have even thrown out a line from the and Lord of the Rings. It's like wow. EPIC moment. You can help. It Feel I. Love this about these moments as you feel like you're stepping into a bigger story. And I'll never forget that. Hang around the fires cold night. So below minus ten. stars are it's. It's getting dark. It's only five o'clock six five. Whatever that was pretty. That was pretty cool. That tells you where I go. I just love those moments that are created on trips like that I think one of the quirky moments for me. was. You you. You slept with your plugs it. was like. Why are you sleep? With? Ear plugs it and he's like. Oh, it's so. I can't hear what's creeping up to the. Cool, so I won't with ear earplugs in. And I'll have my rifle nice. In right here is said that, of course the actor. Yeah, so I love how you you just like. Yeah, you got my wife. because she knows if we ever go back backcountry backpack and she knows I will have your plugs in I, don't WanNa hear. And, she's meanwhile. Ignorance is bliss right Oh. Really those when she bangs, I remember the south one time in. Montana in the mountains she she wakes me up in the middle of the night and she's like there's something else I not like. Why did you tell me about? I didn't WanNa know that I just wanted to sleep through. It ended up being amount. Go by the way next. It wasn't the IRS Is, always. Nice to hear that clip klopp of hooves, because we need the clip clock of WHO's you know? It's not had feet I didn't hear the click pop improves. I just started this kind of viewing sound in my mind I was like sets out grizzly and ups. We are host. Like what do you even it? Wasn't one hundred rifle or anything. But. And I mean it was nice to finish off the trip in the hot springs Oh. Let's let's not lying. On the ground. Just knowing when? And drove up to the hot springs. And it was that was just. That was the cherry on top for sure. Oh! Now I want to go to. Okay, so? Let's see okay? Let's get to this book here so. Here we've got I'm brandon. Charge best you body up Roddy even have my book. Learn like actually reading it so dark church. Let's talk about that. Kind of marketing to the which yards well I published a book just here back in January, and the target is definitely I first and foremost small towns. Okay so I I kind of realized there was a bit of a niche in in I guess you could say Church, growth, market, or whatever where small town has overlooked. I. Actually tends to be a bit of A. Culture goes. We gravitate to your centers, not too small town rural settings. So I wanted to write a book. It was directed at A. Small town, but specifically to the church.
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"That your guest? In of Armenia and and just to appreciate the like, you say the sheerness of the cliffs, and all that and then after we saw. The nanny in kids. We come around a corner and. This waterfall which we did a lot of e scouting and. You know Google. Earth can only show you so much. Everybody doesn't depict waterfalls. It was a little bit defeating to be honest. Because I thought we could just go up this draw, and then there was A. At the end that we could glass and I was while here. Here's our turnaround point, but yes, it wasn't was it. Well. Like I said these these are my either my growing up years I'm back again and I used to go. My brothers and I used to like Belic Hula is is all about mount? See basically have eight thousand foot peaks with a with a narrow, maybe at times, a kilometer, wide ballot, and so my brothers and I with literally this would be on our days off. We scope out the back yard and then start finding and. In, so those kind of draws and stuff. I I'm not saying we were being safe like my mom would literally become. Better little thirty, five millimeter camera become with these pictures of my brothers, and I stand at the top three hundred drops and. Think about time. She told US years later. She's like I lost so much. Sleep anytime. You guys to go, but I saw this. So I saw this draw, and I'm like I said we can do that for sure. Let's just I mean not I probably should stuff through better if we would have dropped their. All the thing is this. One of us have to pack the other person out. Because, there wasn't even going to be a helicopter that could come a long line. But I think we have a video clip. Of this of this excursion here we'll just. So. You run into a bit of a snag. Ya. We're not sure if we can. Get around this year so? We did just see a nanny and a kid. But unfortunately. That's not very ethical. Shoot A nanny with a kid. For obvious reasons. But. We are now on a crossroad so. Stay Gene. So. That was before. Next clip that will see here, so let's see what happened. The next clip. I just got to say I. Love the beard. I'll get to that. Let's roll that next clip. So against better judgment. Pastor Tony has decided. To Assemble! The waterfall. It's looking. Okay by. Be Interesting if we got something up there how you're going to get down. There's a creep down there. Yeah so so this was this was that was only about A. Half! Ish where I was Tony was about another third at least. Then once we got near the top we had to. We have to skirt around this shale slide. And then with our packs, we had to make about a six foot leaf and grab onto a degree so that we didn't backwards. That's a classic Warner move. You don't think about the end you to start. Yeah, you just figure it out, so we made it up there. We got back on. The goat trail went up to the split. By this point Turk us a lot longer than we expected to get even to the split, and I thought man. You know we don't have a tent with us. We're to need to get back snows getting deeper. It was kind of just this. You know October weather. Right Ellison a short days like you don't have a lot of time. No, it's A. It's basically a seven hour hunt. Yeah, so then we decided to turn back. We came back down the creek and. But I brought rope. For us to go back down, so we kind of did a little bit of a bear. grylls repel. That's right back down. which honestly felt a lot safer yet? And and then we got back down, but Yeah, it definitely is one of those moments where you also realize how small you are where you know. The rocky mountains is a place where. There isn't any forgiveness, right? Too late your moves, because even with the in reach I had we were in a bull that. You know who knows what the air currents were like I don't even know if a helicopter could have even longline out of there, so it's like you know you have to make those calculated decisions. And stuff, but you know so. We back out of there. We decided to pack up camp because with the snow melting. Renew that river that we by foot was GONNA. Come Up. We thought we'd better get back across the river. Who Shot across that? Back on the quads went back to the holiday trailer where a base base camp was, which was really nice to have which honestly tell everybody that we should make them think. y'All, know I was like I remember actually. Guilty because I knew everybody back home thought Rudy in the mountains. Twenty. Yeah we were in your Eating sidekicks fear. But, so the next day we woke up back right back on the quads went to different place up the trail where I had been for looking more for sheep was more of a sheep area. And then we saw some monstrous. Those. And we ended up Ashley following. Those tracks. Because they were on the trail, and but we never did see him. I can put my boot. In his. In his print, so honestly I was I was hoping to get an interview on him again back to the whole belic. Linda's every reminded me a lot. That hunt reminded me a lot of those days because of the mount and stuff. But we just all kinds of grizzly bear encounters down so. Well and you know I think some good finish bit shots Oh. Yeah, we got tons of great pictures and I mean for me to get sir. I just love Beano Wilderness and being out somewhere where you're the guest in and you feel like. You're the smallest and on the bottom of the food chain. There's something really raw about that that you just. You can't get it unless you're actually out there and it's just for me also to it's. A bit of a spiritual experiences. and I'll remember the going back to the first day when we were hiking up from the quads down to the river. You know I'm trying to be a little bit quacks Maybe there's going to be a moon set comes out or Something like that and there's Tony Behind me. Singing the.
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"Check them out on facebook and also eagle vision video productions are media show supporter, so yeah, without further ADO, we'll get to the episode. Don't forget to click that. Subscribe Button so you can tune in more to pursue the hunt podcasts and make sure you check out our website and follow us on Instagram facebook all right, enjoy the show. Over one and welcome back to another episode of Pursue Hut, live. I might treason and I'm here with a special guest today. Tony Warner. He is a personal friend of mine and also the asser of. Chapel downtown. So today what we're going to be talking about is Tony and I shared hunt together a few years ago, so we'll be talking about that as a goat as she punting hunting trip, and then we're also going to talk. About his book that he's recently released and we'll. We'll go over that little bit with you so welcome here Tony Beer. Thanks for being on the show today, so let's talk sheep and go hunting so years ago, actually two thousand seventeen. Years Ago Yeah I was looking back in locks. And it was three years ago so Tony Nine what we did, is we? we plan to hunt, and it was a goat sheep hunt. It was GONNA be late season beginning of October. For a week or so? And OPHIR NORTHERN BC and Yes, so, what? What did you think about your overall experience like? was that your first back country? Hunt well I actually officially hunting goat cheese for sure I had ever experienced. That I grew up a spent a lot of growing up years on the coast, so it was mostly deer hunt. And films in isn't boomer of erupted some pretty beautiful country. Yeah, the experience. And I'm. Not sure and I mean being late season I was I was a little bit worried with. I had been there before, and I mean man could be fall when you go to sleep. And winter when you wake up, which is a little bit about what we expect, what do you? And so, we we, we went on the quad a couple of hours. And, then we hiked in cross. The river set up camp. Immediately onto the goats, which was pretty exciting to could even start glossing them right up on the side the mountain there, too. I I remember being shocked about the the length of the days. And probably in the time I've been course John Most of the hunting I've done here is know like August right season in August, or whatever so you're. You're out at five o'clock in the morning and It's a really long day. This little window right, and then you and I find ourselves tucked into a tent. I mean for a long night, which was interesting. We had a decent fire. Could we built a fire, because we trust the river, and then we glossed those goats, and we decided to go right up. The Ridge is drop as much weight as we could. We went up that Steve. Ray Rid. Yeah, and I told you I said Tony. We're GONNA go a goat trail and we literally. Go trail that was very coats coach. So, what was your? What was your experience in? The physically preparedness like how how did you feel physically prepared for that type five? I I felt at that point I was. At the top of my game, in terms of physical shape, so no problems there at all. No, no problems there at all. Do Remember you like you find a little bit, you know. I was GONNA say for. L. Pepper. That's. Good! For All for all that salt-and-pepper. Beard. To be. Could climb you repack in a lot of the heavy gear like you have the spotting scope on the back and bunch of other stuff, so yeah, no I felt really good. It'd been awhile like like. It's funny like I grew up in Belic Lula. which is, that is really late west six hour drive. And my brothers and I. Two brothers be allowed in that kind of stuff, and they actually leap. People down there newhall nation used to call us nicknamed now go because just love doing this kind of stuff, so it kind of felt like going back there again like literally I remember remember one point I was probably sixteen or seventeen. My brother younger than me, but we. Laugh as you're driving develop, who always saw out? And one one. One summer we thought let's just go up there and see if we can. We can be sheep. We had a couple of friends with US humbly on shake, and but we got all the way up there and then we realized we got up there. We come back down literally. After after three hundred foot drops all the way down and I thought. There's no way these guys down, but. We ended up getting everybody back safe. And it took me back to those days I was like this is awesome wasn't unfamiliar, really us. And then coming up, so we came up. This was a really cool, but we came out of the kind of came out of the tree line there when you never. And right above us on a shirt with. Is. is a goat sitting there. Looking at us, yeah, yeah, there was a group of of Nannies their rights yeah. It was questionable whether we could get to that point. Yeah, because mean. We did figure they're. They're one or two nannies in there, so we were kind of like. We should hold out. But yeah, when we actually did get up there, we looked and it was. It would have been really sketchy. Getting something out there. It's you know it's. There's some people that when the sheep hunting stops, the goat hunting begins right because you and I both saw those goats, only classrooms ousted that that cliff on the other side of the ocean. And they would just. meander. On the on the sides of those cliffs, so we knew it would be a a hall so okay so day one. We come back off the ridge after seeing the ghosts which was super cool. Long night. We wake up. And there's like. A few inches of snow. On the ground. Bottom of the mountain. And it was well in which is another? This is another reason why you're. So heavy because you had the foresight thing. We should pack hip waiters, which which honestly I was like I've never got waiters on hunt ever and I was like you're crazy. Mound. Be Back in these on your back and I had mine on my back, but The next day we went right up the draw. And draw so narrow. On never forget the images of my mind, and he's just. He's cliffs in. It's snowing in the Lakers Ya just beautiful stark contrast in colors and. And Miss, the just like like an epic moments, and we are in this little draw rushing little river with our hipsters on a super thing before that. Have gone off the waiters. They'll never forget coming around the corner and and I mean it just like. This harsh harsh conditions and come around this corner. There's this. There's this nanny with a couple of votes on the side. and. I mean you know obviously we? We were looking for the billy goat out there but. That those moments. Bow and that's the thing about hunting is it's not it's not just about killing right like hunting. Is that whole aspect of fair chase? outwitting that animal in their environment when you look at a goat's environment. I mean just being able to physically handle that environment. Let alone. You know duping amount. Mountain goes little. is another thing when you get to see game in general like a mountain goat or a sheep. That's maybe not legal or user whatever it's super cool because. You're you're just you know.
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"Of thing. So I don't. I don't feel be if it would be. I guess it'd be worth a try. I mean couldn't hurt I guess. Maybe in. The agricultural settings where it's a bit more wide open. Where they can see it because I if you're also buried in the bush. They're going to have to be right on top. Right unless you're printing a laker meadow something here in Saskatoon, a lot of people hunt a tree stands because they only have a parcel land that they can aunt, and so they'll put up. Trees stand on a on a well used trail I mean. I you know. I I would say that assault, neck or something, or or a wallow a would be probably more beneficial for you, but I mean it certainly couldn't hurt you know one of the things that I get I get asked about that just came to. My mind is a lot of people. Ask me about cow, hunting and one thing that. I can say. Is, if. You're gonNA hunt for cows. The beauty thing with causses you, you can actually cal. You can call cows in with the CAL like it's pretty cool if you can master the cow, bleed. there's a great video on on Youtube somewhere where we're made me a believer in the in the cow bleeds was. There is a guy that was cal calling and Bugling, and they're like Colorado or something like that, and there is a huge heard Alco in the field in those big open plains, and they weren't reacting at all, but then he went to like you know kind of like job leads and. The heard came and came within range to. Hurt like totally made me a leader, because seemed like that the they made that calf in distress, cal haver they did it and every Elkin at her were within bowl range. At some point, it was and so I mean I wish I could remember what the video is called, but I'm sure if person Google it just it would make a believer out here with. It yeah. Costa calling in and. People are really reserve really hesitant to learn to call with a mouth read especially. And that gets that all that is is a stigma that people have when it comes because they're embarrassed to learn to call I, think back to two way back in nineteen ninety in that very first couple L. Consoles on. It wasn't for Lonnie trying to teach me, but I remember I was sitting on the end of that Christie Lake at the end of the dock, and I was using one of these calls, and I was sounding so hord that the Chemo said she's going to push me in lake. But What I tell people to do is is to just practice with it. Practice with practice with it because. When you first put one of these in the Mo- in your mouth. You're probably going to have a gag reflex, and and that's why most people, but but more than the gag reflex people are embarrassed. What other people think and I can go in. I can go into CABELA's or hunting store in rip open a package that I just bought a blow it in front of everybody, because I'm confident in that, but what I tell people is you just gotTa do it
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"She's smart at spotted. This big heard of elk with this big heard bowl and I remember. I knew hunter would be long before him and I just kept joking that that's going to be his bowl, and his name just slips near Albany. Probably come, but anyways would. He showed up the next day. I said. We're going for your bowl and. Make a long story short we went across the river, and we got into the Bush and got into the evening, and I started calling, and he was calling back, and it was just like you said like it was so thunderous that it was just rocking. Felt like he was right beside us, but he wasn't and. He made we call the bowl and get it on video. and. It was just your typical. I call it your TV type because it had the great big splits at the six, and it was just a beautiful beautiful bowl and I remember he didn't even take the Cape on that one. I was like I, pleaded with him to take it because it was probably one of the nicest picturesque bowls never guided for like. The big four point that went way up in the air and and I said I can't, but he just couldn't afford it, so he's like no I'm just doing warns mouth for it, and that's all ever wanted, and we kill bet on the first day of his hunt and then I. I tried to convince him to go for either mountain, goat or move after that, but he's like I can't afford it, so he literally for for seven-day honey. Late around, but I just remember it because the it. The Bowl was calling so loud that he felt like he was right beside you and I. Mean I have those stories. Probably the best hunting I ever was zarate zone of without a doubt the Elkin. Arizona second-to-none as far as size I. Remember doing a video in Arizona and in just in my view finder ahead five six point we'll alcs. Ones like in that you finer. That's how many I had and. The best. Probably I'll never experience hunting rezone ever again. It was incredible. Man You know. Talking about this stuff is like okay like September can come any. Time now you hear. The funny thing is guided for all these elk all over the world and I enjoy doing it's. It's an addiction for me. I've never shot an elk. Myself I've never been dronne. I've never had the opportunity because every for so much part of my life I was guiding elk in the prime time for everybody else and then when I quit. When I quit guiding and I moved to Regina and started working for the police service I just haven't had the time, but one of these days me and a good friend, of mine, Darren we're GONNA. Get drawn together and yet you and I'm I'M GONNA I'M GONNA. Get Myself I'm thinking I'm. Eight or nine years of what we call Sukree draw system here so okay. One of these years I'm going to get drawn and then I'm going to get a good one. How picky are you going to be? You know what? Here's the thing with me I. Don't put a tape on anything. I'm good I am a good estimator of the size when it comes to help, because I mean obviously I had to measure how many guys over the years so I you know three hundred point bull for me. Would be fine as long as I don't want. I don't want a small split on my like a small little split on my six point I i. do want a good bowl, but. I'm not picking it all. Yeah. That's a beauty. Yeah the splits big, but he's got big fours. And in really Nice
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"Hammer them, and it was just it was it all happened so fast. And I'll never forget it. He was Snot, not the mouth like ready to fight, and it was interesting because when we keep them out. We found an old bullet. In his neck. That's crazy and. His hide was so thick though like I don't like. It was probably about this much into the meat through the hide. It was healed up around it like it obviously didn't penetrate very much, but. He was an older bull for sure like we kind of figured, he was probably a heard bullet one time and then got kicked out. Because he was a bit older, but From then on. It's elk fever like I cannot wait to get out. And Hunt Elk. What about like what's what's what's one? Rut story that comes to mind. have so many but. One thing I'll say before we get into a story as I've called elk now in subscribe British Columbia. Montana Wyoming, Arizona, and I one thing I will say is. Elk! React the same in every location that I've ever called Elkin. I've never done the Roosevelt Elk, but I'm assuming the the the the react exact same just this last year. Forty five minutes from Johnny would not believe the some of the biggest elkins scratch here and a buddy of mine God drawn, and he wanted me to come out and call for them an idea. It was absolutely incredible at brought me back to the days of hike in the mountains of BC, because Elk nearly react the same wherever they are so when it comes to the technique for calling I. Guess what I'm what I'm talking about. But I got so many stories, but Probably one of the best stories. I have a both. A whistling goal would have to be there is there's this fella from? Pennsylvania, when I was guiding I remember. One one of the things I just love doing was I love taking the little guy the guy that had to save up for fifteen twenty years to go on a trip because I mean. Let's face it when we went on out. In L. Fits. We got. People knew that it was just. It was nothing for them to pay for come there, but for somebody like that I would consider myself or somebody somebody like me. I love taken those guys and I. I mean I'm not going to work extra hard. But I really dug in deep when I had the so this guy. I remember he flew in from Pennsylvania and this particular time. It's weird, my wife. Who isn't hunter? Came with me to the Bush for three weeks to experience, what was like for me and I remember she had spotted from the main cow on a mountainside.
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"About two thousand four couple years yet, two, thousand, four, two, thousand, five, a few years after nine eleven I've Kinda assorted changed like at that time I had a young daughter I was. Married and I would always leave my job. At the beginning August and I wouldn't come home till October and it was just a after doing it for damn near fifteen years. It was really. Stressful on the family and missing my kid and stuff like that. While I started going into filming outdoor hunts for people like they, they would call me up. They would hire me to film. Their hunts and stuff like that so I travel specially one guy in particular. That was a big elk hunter in him and I hit it off. He loved the way called Elk, and so he flew me all over north. America and. what had happened is is. He He. Sort of lost you there for sack. He took me on a lot of. Where I would I would film at four, but also call so. how the world elk championships. Was I was on a hunt with him where he like, he was almost like custom guiding, but not really like like I was there to film the hunt, but yet he always had need bring. My L. Calls and stuff like that and. And, so it wasn't wasn't. There is the guide, but was there sort of as a backup caller because Wayne always had so much. Faith in me, so I was running the camera, and I always had the cavs see before ever met Wayne and early in the years, and so I always carried an old eight millimeter camcorders with me anyways I was on my. And so he knew that I know the position to be in when I was calling and stuff like that, because that was important like he I remember him telling me once that he hired. films or the photographers from ESPN and they weren't hunters. They were good sports video roff videographers. They weren't. They didn't know where to be so whereas ought to combine, both that's right, so so that's why we hit it off, so he? He flew me all over North America on just like hundreds of hunts, and and so this particular hunt was he booked hunt in Wyoming with Ron dooby wilderness adventures, and I don't know if no one Ron Dooby Ron do is like he's Kinda like a hero to me in the sense that I knew was long before ever met him. He's a big outfitter that used to be in Wyoming more for. bighorn sheep, but he also had yellowstone Elkin. He was one of the only outfitters that had a permit to ride through Yellowstone Park to get to his hunting concessions. So where he's drying those big yellowstone elk out of his out of his out of the park so I I run this hunt with with Wayne and and and and Ron. Dooby and I remember the very like there's to his Wayne in the and the Sun. There wasn't much of a story that hunt we're in a burn, and there's a big six six and we basically just head and tell them he Walked Walked by got him, but then then the weather turned really warm, and I wasn't the guide like I was just strictly there to film it and so, but I did have my calls with me, and but see. Ron Is such a big like he's done numerous videos and stuff like that so I was stepping on toes at all, so I I stayed at the back, and Rode my horse, and never really opened my mouth.
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"Experts in the industry to improve your odds in the field. Pursue, the hunt was founded on bringing a well rounded approach to hunting from offseason prep to packing up your trophy. We pursue the whole hunt. Right are here on another episode of pursue the Hunt Live and we are super excited today to introduce a special guest to you Muc Simon's and I'm your host Mike Friesen and we are super excited to be talking everything to do with elk. We're going to be talking pre Rut. Post rut mid Rut, Elk calling methods, and it just going to be a super exciting episode. So welcome here. thanks for Hey having me. Excited to be here. Yes, so let's go. Let's talk about you a little bit just kind of your background hunting, wise kind of your , just introduce yourself to the audience a bit. While my hunting first of all I'm from southern Saskatchewan and you when it comes to the Elk you Don't think that elk is synonymous with , it really isn't. But that's how it got started for me back way back in , was working in the oil patch. I. Think I was nineteen at the time. And it got really slow like what it is right now, unfortunately in the . I started looking for alternative things to to do and. In a roundabout way I went to the Western producer looking for A. Truck driving jobs for farmers just to get me by until I get back into oil patch and I found. I found IT application for Yukon Guide school, and a that's how it really started for me. I did that was way back in nineteen ninety. I remember I just packed up whatever I had at the time jumped on a plane and flew to whitehorse and the weird thing that is being a prairie guy I mean I hunted with my father and friends and stuff like that for white tail and birds primarily what we have in southern but. I never rode a horse in my entire life before I got to. Yukon. I. Did we are I? Two weeks was all learning how to? Cave animals, so they had domestic goats at the end butcher that we worked on the caves and learn that and we also took a ferrying schools while which is kind of interesting. And because I didn't never wrote horse before I soaked up all the information and. And then the main part of the actual guide school was we loaded up. The horses drone to a certain point, and then we. We wrote them for I. Think was sixteen or Nineteen as to the Arctic Circle for that affair this Yukon The and that's how that's how it started, and and the funny thing for me is I. Remember before long became a a guide. I actually applied for this particular outfit they had a they had a advertisement for guides and ramblers and stuff, and I run up. resume incentive to them, and never even got a reply back so I I knew that they weren't roy interest in me and the weird twist to this whole thing for me was when I got completed the guide school. Out Fair had spots for two guides, and there's five of us on the guide school and The two guys that got the the sheep guide were a couple of Alberta Cowboys, and they actually the shooter and determined long before the guide school was done that those guys were going to get the job. The and he told me he told me after that. It's not that I didn't do good. He just didn't think I was going to cut it. Being that I had basically no gear for the mountains I've never heard horses before All All kinds of even he thought is going to wash out which didn't so at the end of it. He made the mistake of telling those guys that they were going to get. There were going to get the jobs, so he recommended me to good friend, which I spent a good part of fifteen years of working for that outfitter after that, and ironically that was the guy that was the outfit that I sent the resume at him so. That's that's pretty cool. So what kind of what kind of species did you guide for? Well when I first started I thought truly thought, I was going to be a wrangler for the first little while, and just kind of learned the way of the Guide and I think that was the idea. I wrote into camp with two nights and while you go to a mean camp, and then they. The kind of send you to all different parts of their hunting concession, and in this particular spy was actually one of the most sought after Grizzly Lake and it was really picture s beautiful place I went there with two knives, and there is a there was a cook and Wrangler and stuff like that and. Or sorry I was going to be wrangler. Like a camp got cuts, wooden stuff and one of the guys had a fight with the outfitter eight before. It's time to Paco and. My old note theater. He didn't take any of that. He just he'd fiery on the spot so scheduling. So so that guy got sent to the highway and. I got told that I was GONNA take one one hundred my first trip. And of course. The the the. It's just a clarity of errors for me. At first, that's cylinder.
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