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Originally Posted by Ted Schefelbein
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how far will you be from international falls?

The ancestral home of Rocky & Bullwinkle.

They were from Frostbite Falls. Totally different Zip code.

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Either is head and shoulders over a dung pit like Detroit, however.
BUT, according to articles I have read on the Rocky and Bullwinkle Show, Frostbite Falls got its inspiration from International Falls!!


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In a Dutch oven place a layer of apples and onions then a layer of goose breasts and legs cover with drained sauer kraut sprinkle with a little brown sugar crisp fried bacon and the bacon grease some black pepper, a quarter cup of riesling and bake. Make a dipping sauce of apricot jam and stone ground mustard. Get Fat and happy.

For many years I ran a spring trapline in the Orr area and fall/winter line out of a cabin about thirty miles south of Warroad. We lived on Muskrats, beaver haunches, beaver liver, grouse and snowshoes. I always took Labor Day week to hunt woodcock out of Cussin and camped in the Sheep Pastures.

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The only place I have ever seen both Pine Martin and Fisher are in the area just south of Orr. I grouse hunted a friends deer camp for years, chasing the weasels out from under the shack for a few weeks prior to the festival of deer camp beginning . I did not partake of deer camp, but, always saw to it that some wood was split and stacked, and a bucket of fried chicken was in the fridge for lunch on opening day.

God, we were young.

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Originally Posted by Ted Schefelbein
God, we were young.

Thin, good eyes and arms worked.


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Still ugly though.

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Originally Posted by lonesome roads
Originally Posted by Ted Schefelbein
God, we were young.

Thin, good eyes and arms worked.


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Still ugly though.


Go ahead and put your picture up. Love to see a pretty ex-marine.

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No, on second thought, I guess I wouldn't. No danger of that, however.

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Thanks for the corned goose recipe. Back in the '60's I corned jackrabbit loins and it made great sandwich meat. But I used what we called 'cure' (Potassium nitrate or saltpeter) to keep the reddish color and supposedly improve the taste.

If I get another Canada goose I will hang it for a looong time to help tenderize. Sort of like the old ranchers that used meat poles. I thought acidity did the trick by also helping to break down the cell walls. For venison cut into bitesize cubes, I marinate 24 hrs in half buttermilk and half homemade tomato juice that has lemon and lime juice added for greater acidity. I then bread and bake in oiled pan with potatoes, carrots, peppers, etd. cut to the same size. The method does tenderize, but gives the meat a bit of a crumbly texture.

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Well....I made it. Long ride in a small car. The fuel economy was great but my rump may never recover. Now, let the fun begin!

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report?


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Ok Ed. Warm and windy so-far. Seeing shocking numbers of raptors (mostly red-tailed hawks). Seems like you flush one every few hundred feet as you drive the forest roads (hope they are migrating?). The opener was quite busy, with lots of sports fans in the woods (the ongoing gift of COVID?). It was over 80 while walking in the woods yesterday and I was actually contemplating hunting in shorts and tennis shoes. Cooling down this week (thankfully) and the leaf-fall is just starting. I have not seen any road birds yet (because of all the raptors?) but am figuring on hitting some of my favorite spots this week to hopefully get a better sense of numbers. Seeing a spectacular selection of mushrooms on the trails. Wish I had a better handle on the good ones (boletus).

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Lloyd,
Thanks for the update, as I'll be heading for the U.P. soon.
Karl

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