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   Coign  Friday Nov 23 02:33 PM

November 24, 2007: Hunter without a license

What do you do when you are a hunter but you lose your driver's license? Well you get your deer home any way you can.





http://www.pasty.com/discuss/messages/994/1698.html

Quote:
By Sarah Hoffman, Iron Mountain, MI on Wednesday, November 20, 2002 - 07:38 am:
This is a very true story and this picture was taken by our babysitter Kristina Blockland, who was with me. On our way into Iron Mountain Sunday morning, driving down Carpenter Ave, we may have found the most dedicated YOOPER deer hunter ever! We had to run to our local Shopko & buy a disposable camera to take these because I didn't think anyone would possibly believe what we saw.



aero geek  Friday Nov 23 02:43 PM

Pan fried with mashed potatoes and steamed broccoli...

(I live in a condo, can't barbeque )



Gravdigr  Friday Nov 23 04:42 PM

Wheeee!! I get to be the first to eat the ima--??? Aww, dammit!!!



LJ  Friday Nov 23 05:30 PM

im thinking that it's a road kill. i see no blood from a wound. and if he was a hunter...wouldnt he have a gun somewhere on his person?



Sheldonrs  Friday Nov 23 07:46 PM

He hit the deer with his bike?

How rude.

Oh wait...I feel a pun coming on...

Rude offed the dead-nosed reindeer.


Feeling passed.



Aliantha  Friday Nov 23 07:56 PM

maybe he dropped the gun home first?



Aliantha  Friday Nov 23 07:57 PM

or maybe he put it in the rear holster?



Griff  Friday Nov 23 08:34 PM

Speaking of holsters, I saw an only in America this fine morning. Dude has the 1/4 acre suburban lot, space is delineated by white washed fence with leeetle American flags mounted on each post, is raking leaves and dumping them into trailer behind 4 wheeler, said four wheeler has mounted scabbard, scabbard contains rifle, which prolly can provide cover over vast acres.



Crimson Ghost  Friday Nov 23 11:55 PM

Quote:
Originally Posted by Sheldonrs View Post
He hit the deer with his bike?

How rude.

Oh wait...I feel a pun coming on...

Rude offed the dead-nosed reindeer.


Feeling passed.
Ugh.

You need to be pun-ished for that one.


Sheldonrs  Saturday Nov 24 01:51 AM

Quote:
Originally Posted by Crimson Ghost View Post
Ugh.

You need to be pun-ished for that one.
Well, I did get spanked earlier. ;-)


rkzenrage  Saturday Nov 24 04:06 AM

Quote:
Originally Posted by Griff View Post
Speaking of holsters, I saw an only in America this fine morning. Dude has the 1/4 acre suburban lot, space is delineated by white washed fence with leeetle American flags mounted on each post, is raking leaves and dumping them into trailer behind 4 wheeler, said four wheeler has mounted scabbard, scabbard contains rifle, which prolly can provide cover over vast acres.
My 4-wheeler had a rack on the front.


Scriveyn  Saturday Nov 24 05:27 AM

The guy couldn't find his scarf, so he grabbed the first thing that came to hand to keep warm.



SPUCK  Saturday Nov 24 05:50 AM

Why do you think it's dead? He's probably just taking it down to the park for exercise.



ZenGum  Saturday Nov 24 06:29 AM

If it's not dead, it's very very calm.

How much would that thing weigh? Roughly large adult human weight, I'd guess. Imagine trying to pedal a bike with that weight on your shoulders. I don't think that could be good for your spine.



astrodex  Saturday Nov 24 08:41 AM

What, no camera phone?

Any time anything even slightly interesting happens around here I see 10 people with camera phones snapping away. Poor cell coverage in Iron Mountain?



Spexxvet  Saturday Nov 24 09:20 AM

Quote:
Originally Posted by ZenGum View Post
If it's not dead, it's very very calm.
...
It's just shagged out after a prolonged squawk.


TheMercenary  Saturday Nov 24 10:58 PM

I wonder how many deer ticks he picked off his neck, back, and out of his hair after the delivery. Those things are usually covered and as the deer cools they quickly look for a new home.



Crimson Ghost  Sunday Nov 25 12:29 AM

Quote:
Originally Posted by Spexxvet View Post
It's just shagged out after a prolonged squawk.
It's a Norwegian Blue deer.

Quite common, this one.



xoxoxoBruce  Sunday Nov 25 04:24 PM

Quote:
Originally Posted by astrodex View Post
Any time anything even slightly interesting happens around here I see 10 people with camera phones snapping away. Poor cell coverage in Iron Mountain?
2002.


Cloud  Sunday Nov 25 04:28 PM

ticks. ick!



coolcat  Sunday Nov 25 11:21 PM

say cheese!

In the second picture it looks like he stopped for a moment to allow his picture to be taken. Notice his left foot is on the pavement.... I love that cool old schwinn cruiser he's riding.



Coign  Monday Nov 26 12:32 PM

Quote:
Originally Posted by LJ View Post
im thinking that it's a road kill. i see no blood from a wound. and if he was a hunter...wouldnt he have a gun somewhere on his person?
I have been deer hunting myself a few times and butchered a ton of deer family have shot. There is surprising little blood from a gun shot wound in the deer. And after you gut and bleed the deer before hauling it out it loses a lot of weight and all the blood.

Guesstimate, I would say that deer is about 80-100 lbs.


Gravdigr  Thursday Nov 29 09:10 AM

In the lower photo, there appears to be a little blood on the front of the doe's hind leg. Also, note the rope mark in the hair on her neck. This would tend to indicate that the deer was hung from the neck and field-dressed (gutted), so a little less weight to carry. I agree w/Coign, probably 75-100 lbs. As for deer ticks, from the photo it looks well into cold weather, deer ticks would be long gone.



morie  Thursday Nov 29 10:00 AM

Quote:
Originally Posted by aero geek View Post
Pan fried with mashed potatoes and steamed broccoli...

(I live in a condo, can't barbeque )
Which one? or both?

Morie
www.anthology.page.tl


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