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Trump and Biden continue on the campaign trail
"Complaints by hunting the park officials that there were not enough local voting centers for the city of about 60,000, the officials here in L. A county have a grade To provide tomb or the original two sides that were planned or both. Actually opening today, TTO handle the early voting for the Times says to mobile voting centers will also be set up on election day itself. Busy busy for Donald Trump and Joe Biden, campaigning in the Midwest Today, president has rallies in Michigan, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Biden in Minnesota, Wisconsin and Iowa. Republican National Committee Chairperson Rana McDaniel told Fox of the GOP ground game is ramping up. Republicans were waiting to vote in person They didn't want to send in their absentee ballots. So now his early vote starting across the country were seeing strong, strong turnout for Republicans. Democrats also say they are seeing great enthusiasm. VP nominee Kamala Harris will be campaigning in Texas. You took part in a Twitter event last night, talking about improving the pay of low income Americans raising the minimum wage is about the floor, not the CIA. Feeling when we just increased minimum wage to $15 an hour, one in three women will benefit one and three Latinos will benefit for in 10. Black workers will benefit the Democrats, obviously hoping to get Texas and early voting totals for the election already exceed the total number of ballots cast during 2016. By the way. The last time the Texas went for a Democrat Jimmy Carter back in 1976 L A Times Washington columnist Doyle McManus tell Scan X what he thinks of the main early results to look for on Election Night War and North Carolina and Ohio is another one. We're going to be able to look at those and see which way the trend is going and if it's a landslide in either direction that is going to tell us a lot, so, he says. If it's still close attention will turn to Pennsylvania, Michigan, Wisconsin and George In which all are very slow in counting votes are
NASA's asteroid-blasting spacecraft has stored over 2 pounds of alien dust and rock to bring back to Earth
"Says it's asteroid hunting spacecraft is bringing home a lot more stuff than they expected. Scientists originally expected maybe a few grams, even a few ounces of material for the asteroid Bennu. Instead, they say, the Oh Cyrus Rex spacecraft scooped up more than £2 of material. During its quick touch and go last week, 200 million miles from home and may have grabbed twice a cz Muchas that, but not all of it fit into the sample Return container. That material is tucked away for a return trip that starts next march. If all goes well, those samples returned to Earth in just under three years.
Trump administration removes gray wolves from federal Endangered Species Act protection
"Critics say there's a political motivation and no science behind the Trump administration moved to strip Endangered Species Act protections for gray wolves in the early part of the 20th century. Grey Wolf had essentially become a ghost throughout the United States. Secretary of the Interior David Bernhardt says. That's not true anymore. The action will now allow hunts in Michigan, Minnesota and Wisconsin.
Road, logging restrictions to end in largest US national forest
"With the trump administration taking shots at our fragile planet to get some votes before the election earlier this week the Department of Agriculture announced they'll be lifting environmental protections from Alaska's Tonga's national forest. It's the largest forest in the country, one of the largest intact temperate rainforests in the world, and it's also home to the greatest known concentration of Bald Eagles. The metaphor is just too obvious and yet I can't totally articulate it because I'm just pissed off. Just, messed up The USDA's decision will lift restrictions on logging and building roads throughout the park which conservation groups say will have a disastrous effect moving on from pristine forests. The trump administration set their sights on wolves are removing endangered species, protections for gray wolves across most of the country that decision could allow people in Michigan, Minnesota, and Wisconsin to start hunting them again, conservationist say it's premature and could lead to extinction so.
Asteroid samples sealed up for return to Earth
"NASA says it's asteroid hunting spacecraft is bringing home or asteroid material than expected. Scientists originally expected maybe a few grams, even a few ounces of material for the asteroid Bennu. Instead, they say, the Oh Cyrus Rex spacecraft scooped up more than £2 of material during its quick touch and go last week 200 million miles from home. It may have grabbed twice a cz Muchas that, but not all of it fit into the sample Return container. That material is tucked away for a return trip that starts next March. If all goes well, those samples returned to Earth in just under three years. Peter King CBS News Orlando,
Trump administration removes wolves from list of protected species
"And most of the U. S from the endangered species list. Today's action ends longstanding federal safeguards for the Predators in the lower 48 states except for a small population of Mexican gray wolves in the southwest. The announcement, just days ahead of the election could allow hunting and the animals to resume in Great Lakes States battleground region in the presidential race between President Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden. Biologists who reviewed the administration's plan to strip protection from wolves say it lacked scientific justification. Case. CBS News Time for
The Pros and Cons of Selling Seasonal Products Online
"So we, we have an interesting topic for today I thought would be fun to to bounce back and forth. That's why we wanted to do A. Dual podcast today because I think there'll be some different opinions and it's kind of the right time of year to be talking about this, and also because we're GONNA be talking about seasonal products if you're. Thinking about doing seasonal price your way too late but there's certainly a lot of seasonal type products that are going to be selling very well in the coming weeks things like Halloween, costumes and Christmas lights or Minora's or New Year's goggles or whatever it might be. Thought. This would be a good time to just chat about that. Yeah absolutely and We've been rolling out a new feature every week through email, which is basically unveiling Amazon's biggest trending keywords. We look at keyword sort of moved up and down the most in the last week. So every week we email out the top keywords. So it kind of lends well to that new series that we have going through re-conquer to, and through this search keyword analysis, he really sees some trending keywords which often correlate seasonality. So looking at this week's not. A lot of seasonal products definitely one here, Sakai decorations I have no idea what right have no idea what succo? Suka. Decorations were I guess at some Jewish holidays far as I know never heard of it. Yeah. But anyways, it's one of the top keywords on Amazon right now. So if you had SUKA decorations, you're probably killing it radio interesting. Yeah. The one last week that really blew me away was the spike him stuff I'm like, why is that such a big thing? All the site did you figure that out? No have no idea I would think. That'd be something that would be more popular when people are traveling or people being paranoid about spy Cam, and actually different of ours is in front of the podcast. Allen sells these types of things and also the types of things the discover spy equipment, but y all of a sudden. Last week I have no idea. Yeah. Wonder if it had anything to do with kids going back to school and people are spying on teachers in some regard or like although I don't know how you stick in like a camera to school. But I would think that there has to be some correlation there to school and kids being away from home. That's just my feeling but I could be completely wrong I. I would love to know why spy cams are so hot right now. You know it's interesting. But as you ask Alan will actually I didn't even think to do that when I when I saw that. But now that we mentioned it, I'll definitely do that because I'm interested. But I mean seasonal products come with with some challenges and there's different types of seasonal products and weep sell some seasonal products with ice wraps I mean they're definitely more popular in the summer as people are more active and so our sales in July or way higher than they are in December, and so it's definitely a seasonal product and it's very predictable and there's other types of seasonal products, things like Christmas lights that are. A lot more accelerator binary I mean try selling Christmas lights in July you might have some struggles and so basically for six weeks around the Christmas holiday Christmas lights like crazy and then you're opportunities over. So when we talk about seasonal price a commune, a couple of different things. Yeah. Well, I think every product has some seasonality to no matter what even the least seasonal. PRODUC probably around the holiday time around Christmas and November they're going to see a huge surge in the product. So it doesn't matter if it's an everyday item like a garlic press, it's probably going to see a huge surge in November December just because of the holiday buying season. So every product has some degree of season to it where you have certain months of the year. Where you get more sales than others but obviously, like you mentioned, there are super products things which normally relate to holidays in some regard for us we had I guess somewhere in between kind of your average seasonal variation product, super seasonal products with boating products and boating products definitely spring summer seasons they absolutely surge and sales in the summer tend to be about two or three. Times higher in the winter but sales don't fall off a cliff like they do for. Christmas. Lights in July as voting products or is year round demand for just tends to be two or three times higher in the winters. So or the summer action say so I think that's the big I guess comparison we WanNa make is between those kind of degrees and spectrum of seasonality. And personally I like products that. Rely on Q. Four. To make your year, we have a kind of a wide variety of products and some of them do require hugh for to make our year. But Isis is definitely one of those brands that actually there is no spike in the fourth quarter believe it or not. Even with what you're talking about. They're just there isn't even a blip for November December because I mean we still sell well, but it isn't. It isn't any higher than October. So it's it's interesting versus something like color. Where in the fourth quarter was like our entire year even though we would sell throughout the entire year. The fourth quarter is our entire year. While baby, you know the stuffed animal stuff like the fourth quarter our entire year. And it's stressful just out of curiosity for ice wraps. How much Increase. UC during the summer is like tanner twenty percent or is it more like one hundred percent compared to the colder seasons where people are? By getting active in hurting themselves. The four to six months in the hottest Munster somewhere between fifty to one hundred percent from the baseline. And the other Munster down but not zero mean. There's still lots of other things that happen that that aren't reflected upon being warm a month with me things like a knee replacement surgery will you know that doesn't really matter what time of year it is in fact, a lot of people want to do those types of things in the winter when. They're not active anyway hip replacement surgery bill talks, breast augmentation people having kids, and all these different things that people use hunting tax four but you know people that are out playing recreational tennis or soccer or going hiking in their sedentary for the winter months when they go back out, they pull something or heard something sprain something whatever it might be and those types of injuries. I think were a lot of our products are sold interesting. Yeah I. Mean I me personally I would never think that ice wraps have that much seasonality to it. But when you start to explain it totally makes sense and they'd gang goes to our point that we're making every product even though the service does not appear to have any seasonality probably has some degree of seasonality to it. And the thing I. Love Ice Rob is actually helps normalize our sales as as a company year round because there are other products again are pretty fourth quarter heavy, and so you know the thing that was depressing about ice wraps was when I was the only thing that we had was in the winter months of things are slow you kind of panic or whatever, and so we we have a pretty smooth curve company now because our fourth quarter so strong. It kind of normalize ourselves
Super spooky: Halloween trick-or-treating amid COVID-19
"This year. Doctors advise you to do the following first avoid large groups, experts say it's best The only trick or treat with your household. Secondly, where a mask and distance from others at all times. Lastly, if you're giving out candy doctors don't recommend putting all the Candies in one bowl for worries over contamination. If you could put it outside the door in a place where they could come and get it without getting close to you. That would be another way that they could do it safely and you should wear a mask. Even if you're going to the door answering the door, you should have a mask on as well. If you're in the home regarding masks, the CDC says trigger treaters shouldn't use costume mask Halloween mask as a substitute for a cloth mask. They also say kids shouldn't wear both a Halloween mask. Hand cloth mask as it may make breathing difficult, asked people on social media how they're planning on celebrating Halloween in 2020 outside, it took her trading. Ah, lot of people are doing fun candy scavenger hunts with family, maybe some gay night, staying indoors and watching some scary movies. Experts even say that small indoor gatherings can become super spreader events under the right circumstances. So to lower the risk of transmission. They advise you to keep the gathering quite small. Also mask distance. Be outside if possible, and if you are indoors, increase the air ventilation by opening windows. Good idea.
US charges 8 accused of Chinese surveillance
"The Department of Justice has charged eight people with acting as agents of China. You're accused of being involved in effort called Operation. Fox Hunt. Assistant Attorney general for National Security. John Dimmers says the goal of the illegal operation was to harass Doc and core certain residents in the US to return to China as part of a global repatriation effort. In many instances, the hunted are a penance of Communist Party chairman She Political rivals, dissidents, critics And in either event, the operation is a clear violation of the rule of law and international norms.
2021 Boston Marathon postponed, ‘at least’ until the fall
"As as next next year's year's Boston Boston Marathon Marathon has has now now been been postponed. postponed. The The Boston Boston Athletic Athletic Association Association said said it it will will not not hold hold the the race race as as scheduled scheduled in in April April because because of of the the covert covert 19 19 pandemic pandemic organizer organizer say say will will now now be be put put off off until until at at least least the the fall fall of 2021. This year's marathon was initially postponed until the fall in later council outright. It was to be the 124th edition of the world's oldest And most prestigious annual 26.2 Mile race. The association says it's working with government officials and others involved in the race to see if a fall. 2021 date is even feasible. They hope to announce a date for an in person raised before the end of this year for I news. I'm John Hunt. Hi. This is Jay Farner, CEO of Rocket Mortgage
5 arrested, charged as illegal agents for China
"Of Justice has charged eight people with acting as agents of China. Well, allegedly involved in an effort called Operation Fox Hunt. He was assistant attorney general for national security. That's John DeMerit says the goal of the illegal operation was to harass stock and coerced certain residents in the United States to return to China as part of a global repatriation effort. In many instances, the hunted are a penance of Communist Party chairman she political rivals. Dissidents. Critics In either event, the operation is a clear violation of the rule of law and international norms. Six of the defendants are also facing conspiracy charges. Five of them were arrested. This morning.
Manual - expand - 01
"Allen had chosen regulars on what they window manager beneath that was I thought well, I can't choose the same day manager. So I thought awesome I'll use the awesome window manager, which is a well-supported well respected tiding wind manager. I'm then realized I would have to get into the business of not setting up the window managers so much but then how do I integrate my window manager with the rest of my desktop environment all the settings and peripherals configuration that I take for granted from using a full blooded desktop environment. I'm basically that point you'll recreating a lennox distribution and. Nobody got time for that unless you're in the business of recreating. Lennox distribution. So I was a bit like, Santa Fe Sny I dined touch and then I found what I settled on full the period of testing, which is g tile, which is a Ghanaian extension. And I installed can I'm extension in the usual way? Can I'm extensions and this is why I wanted to make the point about static versus dynamic tiling window managers. It gives you a static tiling window manager capability on top of Game Shell. So I didn't have to throw out everything I've got setup in front of me right now I was able to add this and you can interact with in various ways. And I learnt several things. I didn't realize I was doing tiny windy management for some years. Without using tiling window managers maybe we'll. Get back to that a bit later but mark what did you choose? Well when we initially discuss this. Challenge of. Ours. We stipulated that we would use as heavily on our daily machines. Now, the difference between you guys, and me is that when I work I'm not on a Lennox machine I'm on a windows machine. So I set about hunting for tiling window managers for windows. Now it turns out, there are few open source options for this. Which? are probably the kind of things you ended up using and are heavily keyboard shortcut driven and do the sort of. Dynamic layouts and let you specify
Hurting Mayfield, Browns score late, outduel Bengals 37-34
"Pick and Joe Borough. You know what the rookie for the Bangles has been marvelous this year. Burrow with a long count stops the right foot. He Higgins goes in motion. That's actually Giovanni Bernard got her own throws for Bernard catching touchdown. Bangles a gutsy call, and the Bangles capitalized as they throw it on fourth and inches, and Burrow throws a touchdown pass to Giovanni Bernard Dan Horde. Dave Lapham, Cincinnati's ESPN 15 30 in the Bengals radio network. So 30 for 31, Cincinnati now This is a Cincinnati team, but his known fourth quarter leads this year, but when they've led after three quarters, they've been outscored in the fourth quarter 39 to 12 coming into this game, and this game featured five combined, go ahead touchdown passes in the fourth quarter. Most in the fourth quarter in NFL history in the last one belong to Baker Mayfield, and here we go there, second down and 10 of the 24 yard line out. They come shotgun. Karim Hunt in the backfield to receivers
'We are out of time:' Destructive wildfires in Colorado will grow worse as season lengthens, scientists warn
"Firefighters in Colorado are battling explosive wildfires at a time of year when things are normally quieter as NPR's Lauren summer reports, climate change is extending the fire season across the West. Mike Morgan is using the word unprecedented a lot this year, and that's after a 30 year career in fire. Fighting this year has just been unbelievable. We're just seeing fire girl just like we've never seen before. Morgan is director of the Colorado Division of Fire Prevention and Control, the largest and now second largest fires recorded in state history are still burning. Normally in October. Cool, wet weather is tamping down the fire season. Most of our folks are usually trying to use up their vacation time to go hunting right now, and they're all out fighting fires. When Morgan started his career fires in Colorado's high elevation forest didn't spread much. The warming climate has helped change that. Unfortunately, none of this seems like a surprise. Jonah Pots of glue is a climate scientists at the University of California, Merced said. He says most of the West is in a drought right now, and hotter temperatures make it worse by drying out the vegetation even more. That's really sort of extending the fire season out and allowing fires to burn longer in places they don't typically burn this time of the year. It's sort of testing out what we sort of traditionally have thought of it in terms of fire season. Wildfires are also happening in places where they're not. Not comin like the damp forests of the Pacific Northwest. Erica Fleischman is a professor at Oregon State University. So historically, they've burned roughly every couple of 100 years. It takes really extreme conditions for those for us to burn because they are so wet this year conditions have been extreme. But even in years with a normal amount of precipitation, climate change can still extend the fire season. More rain falls instead of snow, which means a smaller snowpack that melts sooner, providing less run off through the spring and summer. All of that means that the same amount of water is not available to plants or soils for as long so that exacerbates the drought. And all of that is projected. Tio. Unfortunately, continue happening. Climate continues to change. Fleischman says The lesson is that communities need to prepare by clearing, flammable brush, improving houses and preparing evacuation plans. Because wildfires will keep
2020 CMT Music Awards kick off with Brooks & Dunn and Luke Combs performance
"Awards are handed out here is Tanya J. Powers. There's a six way tie for the most nominations for this evening. CMT Music awards, including Dan and Shay, Thomas, Rhett, Sam Hunt, Kelsea Ballerini, Luke Combs and Ashley Pride, one that stand. She's also hosting alongside Sarah Highland and Cane Brown 14 nominees are competing for video of the year like first time nominee Tanya Tucker, Viral Breakout star. Ground, as well as Carrie Underwood, the winningest artist and CMT awards history. Other nominees include Morgan Wallen, Maren Morris and the Chicks. CMT Music Awards could be seen tonight at eight o'clock Eastern
An average oak tree can shed 550lbs of leaves
"You told me a statistic. For the show about an oak tree that absolutely astounded me. Well. Yes and I don't know who figured it out if it doesn't surprise me a bit now, there was no definition to this, but it was stated that a great big, old, oak tree. When defoliants, it drops approximately five hundred and fifty pounds of leaves Oh now one no wonder. My back hurts when I write. Exactly right exactly. Right mark and it's one of those things. especially when they think of coke, I like to use oak as a mulching type of leaf because when when they dry and full. They they stay cupped up they stay arched up they don't they don't. Shall I say meltdown like many other tree leaves do and this gives me A. Factor. when I when I put him over a plants roots and so on where the air can move through its slows the freezing and thawing. But at the same time, they don't become a wet mess because well, for example, a wet mess having used leaves under mums can kill them over the course than later because they don't like wet feet anytime of year. So it's just one of those things What do you think a big old oak tree you could stay under no danger but in total, it'll drop five hundred pounds of leaves now. I watched something happened one time that is related to this. starlings landed in great big old tree as it is, and I mean a whole bunch of I was sitting where I was hunting and I sitting very still and I could watch this they all descended on this tree which didn't i. I couldn't see much difference. Then then something spooked them. And they all flew off at one time and and the limbs in that tree raised by A. To twelve inches from from the release of the load, the birds sitting in the tree and. That's that's just the darndest thing. But in this case, it's OK leaves. It is something that an engineer of somebody Maybe they needed to have more to do that day. But at the same time, it's interesting to think that there is that much weight of just leaf in a tree.
How Chicago's Death Alley Got Its Name
"By I decided to restart my day took a shower here. We are feeling good feeling in feel like I'm in the driver's seat. Good. Good. Yeah. That's a lesson forever and restart your day whenever you choose if you're not going the way, you want it. You get to restart it whenever you want and hydrate. And hydrate I'm going to a separate now. Everyone with us. Wasn't that refreshing. So before we get into the history of the Pittsburgh playhouse. Mercedes who again today script wrote us a little introduction. So without further ado, let's get into says. Introduction. She writes I love Pittsburgh. It's my home city, and in my humble opinion, it's one of the top two best cities on the planet. It's a place full of life and culture and history, but it's so small unleash that it tends to fly beneath the radar for most I grew up loving the city and knowing that it has a lot to offer when it comes artistic expression August Wilson, famously loved the city his home city so much that he created that connick Pittsburgh cycle it's an amazing city so to me, it just makes sense that if ghosts were real, they'd want to come back to hang out in the burgh I love for a little longer guests I love that you really heartfelt starts episode Mercedes. I think I need to go to Pittsburgh have you been now? Road trip I how far far could we drive from here? Yeah. I don't think it's far I think yeah I don't know. No I think. We'll take our stark reserves. Okay. So the history of the Pittsburgh playhouse. By Mercedes okay. The historic Pittsburgh playhouse originally on craft and was not so much a theater as it was a collection of buildings that were brought and then turned into theatrical spaces. The first of these was acquired in nineteen, thirty four and was formerly a German Social Club. This building was bought as a wedding present by Richard. Row for his wife Helen Wayne their stories actually very cute. So Richard. Fell in love with Helen when he first saw her perform in New York, his family was super rich and well-known Spanish factors in Pittsburgh. So he bought the location for Helen to give her a nice space to act in Pittsburgh. He basically did this so that they could live there together and she would feel fulfilled even though she wasn't a Big New York City Act trix actress. On that's so cute. Matching someone just give. The building. Just so that you can. Live in the and like feel like you're a big time. Yeah. I get jobs. Yes. Okay. So that their names are Helen and Richard Richard and So. With that, the Pittsburgh Civic playhouse was formed not just by Richard and Helen. It was a group of artists making up the company but like the rows. Oh but like the rows were moneybags. playhouses. Next purchase was an adjacent house to act as a lobby for what was then known as the Roth eater. The first performance in this theater and lobby space was in nineteen, thirty four. The playhouse was fairly popular in the thirties and forties staging productions of Noel Coward's private lives in Thornton wilders. Then new our town during his l.. Then new. Oh. I would like to, I. would like to live in a world where. Still felt new. During this, the playhouses signature leading lady was, of course, none other than Helen Wayne row, which seems like a pretty sweet deal and I'm jealous of her whole situation getting a sugar daddy to basically launch her acting career. Mercedes. SPEAK ON A. So the stage also housed musicals and featured a little known dancer choreographer just months before he would get his big break on Broadway you WanNa. Take a guess Fred Astaire. Close. Close. Oh Who Does skin I don't another dig her come on. It's obvious. Gene, Kelly. of. Yeah. Gosh. Okay. But I've heard he's like Not Nice well, did he like demand rehearsals like over and over again tell people bleeding? Yeah something wacko on in singing in the rain like I've brought up seeing in the rain on this podcast before which is funny. Okay. So that's NEAT I didn't know Gene Kelly was from. Pittsburgh neither that means Jim Kelly Okay Mall from the Burgh. What a gorgeous dancer what? Does little tap into. All right. Moving on. The third building that was additives Hodgepodge of theaters was formerly the tree of life synagogue the congregation moved to Squirrel Hill. I have to stop. I have to stop Squirrel Hill. Sounds like that sounds like a horrifying like like scary movie of chipmunks and squirrels like like. or or Blake dream. Yes my partner like squirrels. Okay. the congregation moved to Scroll Hill in nineteen fifty, one in this space was acquired by the playhouse making up their largest theater space. The Rock wealthier underneath the theater was a restaurant known as the playhouse restaurant. A former ballroom turned ice cream parlor. Cute. Wow. They're out here like setting up a small town. Lot of they got a restaurant. So there's three theaters. All connecting. So like spaces. Yeah. It was the playhouse restaurant, which is a ballroom to ice cream parlor. Got It. So you want got it another local Pittsburgh or to get their star at the playhouse before becoming a household name was one Shirley. Jones. I don't know that is. Listeners You do but I hope you do if you don't Google it we will. Profess, she performed in the playoffs. Many times Okay. Walmer says love that fact but. I feel like we're GONNA waking up in like feel stupid or something. Yeah. Well, another Pittsburgh native who has a history at the playhouse, oh? My Gosh is Jeff. Goldblum. We love chuckles literally Jeff. Goldblum pits. Pittsburgh playhouse butter boop. Out by I love. Jeff. Jacob Blue, that's the best I can I gotta wash him. Once when I go on benders watching Jeff Videos I can get that I can get that down pat? I can do really well that was impression to have like just in your back pocket it is it is when parties come back in twenty thirty I'll be sure to have perfected that party trick. Apparently, his first acting was done with the children's Cedar through playhouse junior an educational opportunities where children received professional training on a professional stage. Mercedes wrote feel free to have Goldblum here I would like to but I don't know why I love You love yes. We've why sorry I just I we did watch this show. But I'm just saying like outside of like that show on Disney plastic everyone by the way if you're busy plus stream Jeff. Goldblum show it's incredible but. I Love Jeff Goldblum I want his his interviews on Graham Norton also highly recommend every interview on. Yeah. True. True. Just pivoting entirely too grim noreen. My favorite episode did US maybe we are together. So don't get mad at me but did you watch that episode of Jeff. Goldblum the world according to Jeff Goldblum by the way is the full title did you watch the episode where he goes to Jeff Goldblum Day and gets like a tattoo like he'll give some tattoo people are getting Jeff. Goldblum. FLASH TATTOOS DID YOU. Know I didn't. But I've seen I've seen him Like. In an interview talking about people getting tattoos of him. And it's so funny. It's like I feel like we should be our next to you remember when we had just left London and somewhat some artists like installed this giant Jeff Goldblum statue on like Phil Lot on the lawn outside the the bridge theater setting somewhere around there and they had this like Gorgeous Gold Statue of Jeff Goldblum laying down like he doesn't Dross Park Oh. Yeah and he's like young his shirtless Yeah Walnut list but tank top or whatever no just a button down but it was like not buttoned half a Oh Anyway so you shouldn't. Superstar. He is he's got to love him. Okay. We're going to move on because this isn't his show but if he's listening it can be your show, Jeff. He's just sweet. Just send us an email. Go slight see the me calm your show. Can take over. So. The theater began to struggle financially and was acquired by point bark. Point Park University in nineteen sixty eight the playhouse continued to operate now mostly for students for many years this way this wasn't a perfect fit though the buildings of the playhouse were old and not originally intended for theater. They were also much farther from Point Park's main downtown campus making the playhouse more trouble for the school than it was worth in late two, thousand, eighteen, the old Pittsburgh playhouse buildings crafts avenue were demolished as the spirit of the playhouse was moved to a new home. Oh, that's a bummer. It's like cool history. The new Pittsburgh playhouse complex is located on Forbes and fourth, and while it may not have as many ghosts lingering as the old buildings had it is at the very least a space that was designed and intended to be used for theatre. Sad. Sad. Okay. Well, moving on things the hunting section of the Pittsburgh playhouse. We gotta get my my spooky vocal but We also Halloween town reference. Have you sir. Familiar. Halloween town. Longtime ago. I know. Collectively, Judge Lino, she was not raised on D. Calms and it shows in times like this. There's a wonderful line that Debbie Reynolds has when she corrects her grandson on how to make a ghost noise like make it like this out of a ghost sign it was one of the daughters anyway she's like she's like she says something about it being like like lower and more melancholic
How does one become a ghost hunter?
"Welcome back to the ominous. I. Have. Christie here from Seoul sisters paranormal in. So excited to have you here. Thank you so much for having me. I really appreciate it. I. Kind of I. Actually have a lot of questions. A lot of things that I wanNA talk about the Kinda WanNa start a little bit before soul sisters was thing I kinda WanNa know what got you into the paranormal and letting paranormal investigator. Sure. Absolutely. Sue You know a lot of people say we had this one experience or you know I saw my grandmother something like that it really wasn't like that for us we come from a very researched a background were in. Academia and my sister because the team is made up of myself. Twin sister are younger sister in the two female family friends and we would always say ourselves watching the popular television shows you know, why didn't they investigate here? Why didn't they ask these questions you know why they spend more time researching this location and so we told ourselves if we ever had the opportunity to go on a ghost investigation or panel Mestigation, we would jump at that opportunity. So in. Two thousand thirteen a family friend of ours who sat on the Board of the West Virginia State Penitentiary, he said, why don't y'all come up to Mounds Ville stay a couple nights stay the weekend and one of those nights. Why don't you stay inside the prison and so we jumped at that opportunity we went there. We had some night-vision video cameras had a couple of digital cameras and we spent the night in the West Virginia State Penitentiary One of those honored locations in. The country and we've found such compelling evidence that that evening that we decided that we wanted to really go across the country and do this and look for panel activity as well as visit historical locations had reported history of paranormal activity, and so that's what we did we in two thousand fourteen we come up with our name, our logo, our our brand if you will and just started researching the paranormal and historic places and just had been having a bowl of her since. Rate 'cause I actually did some snooping I want on your website and was watching videos and stuff and Lake I. just I really enjoy how much you guys seem to enjoy the ghost hunting in the effort that you guys put into everything in the way that you come in from a very respectful manner. Well. Thank you. I. Really appreciate you watching it for those kind words, and that's really what we try to do you know for us when we go to these locations and we try to communicate with with spirits and entities we really believed that we're trying to communicate with those that once were human. You know they passed, and for some reason, they're still earthbound if you will and so we we want to give him that respect for the humans that they once were, and so we we do research we we into the history of the locations as well as the any individuals that are reported to haunt locations, and we really do come at it with that respectful and. Empathetic. If you will attitude towards investigations
"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..
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"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?.
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"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.
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"Why don't you cover a little bit about I had I had an interesting question for you about running your own show. You'RE GONNA answers. Well I. I've asked a few other host the students. How do you not let it become? A job like how do you keep the fun in it? What that's of cut out on me. Okay? Like how do you? How do you not let it become just a job? Like? How do you keep the fun the inside of running a show? or G not see I'd have a lawn answer dot, but I'll try and keep it as. They can before I get into hunting, I was fortunate enough to work in hockey on ended up working in semi pro hockey at the age of twenty, so we've traveled all around the US and doing the radio announcing I play hockey. Can play more, and it'd be for whatever reason get radio and sales, so I got my broadcast and I was doing the radio all around the states couldn't even drink, but it was awesome and not turned hockey into work for me. I hated it so I left it and I came back home and I actually called while TV Helgi in its wealthy every day for eleven days straight, and like hey I got paid for one passion. Why can't I get paid for the other? And on the twelfth eighty interviewed me, and he called me on the next Monday and offering me was was dumb enough to offer me a job and I never looked accent. But I started doing sales for the network. I didn't start with a show. And then I pitched the show. And then obviously you're sponsors industries all sponsorship around, but the nice part about the hunting is. The work and sponsorship and the sales and the promotion, etc, etc, etc, it's totally separate from the actual hunting Yeah, you gotta a camera guy, but at the end of the day you do a for a year or two, and it just becomes kind of that's hunting I you just Kinda talk to the camera, and it just works into your hunting routine, and it's still you know the sales and the business side of it is entirely separate from actually going on and company. So that's kind of how I've it. And I mean other guys have different answers, but that would be mine. However, I would say if.
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"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..
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"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.