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    For Easter dinner, I made Redneck Tacos using the neck roast from the doe that I harvested during muzzleloading season. I removed as much fat as possible, applied a dry rub, dumped on a jar of salsa and set the crockpot to low for about 8 hours. They came out AMAZING:











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    This past weekend, this old bear was on the mountain to get the tractor back up and running. Here is proof we succeeded:


    Next up, the old man in a pair of dungaree coveralls, no shirt, beat up straw hat, with one boobie hanging out! hehe

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    Mike got his first deer today. With the muzzleloader. A nice sized doe. Free range organic transported by zero emissions:




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    Earlier pic:

    The engineering problems are likely insurmountable. It would be like proposing to land a rocket booster section on a barge floating in the middle of the ocean.

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    Nice ice storm this morning. Power is out up here. Internet only while the UPSs hold out.
    The engineering problems are likely insurmountable. It would be like proposing to land a rocket booster section on a barge floating in the middle of the ocean.

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    Today was the last day of muzzleloading season and the first chance I had to hunt so far this year (we were cleaning up fallen trees and branches from the ice storm that has still left us without grid power). About 1/2 hr after settling down in the tree stand, this 8 pointer walked from the woods at my 5 o'clock position about 20 yards away:



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    This morning I got another buck, presumably a brawler since his main antlers appear to have been broken off a while ago. Call him a 3 pointer now ... who knows how many points he had originally? I heard him walking behind the tree stand and followed him out onto the driveway where I had good shot. I used my 1969 Remington 700 in .30-06 using handloads I made specifically for hunting with a 150gr Hornady GMX all copper bullet:



    Bruce was able to back the tractor into the woods so we could load the buck onto the basket with minimal difficulty:

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    I vacuum sealed and froze the inside tenderloin from the 8 pointer and 3 pointer:



    I brought one from each deer down to my brother's for Thanksgiving and I grilled them for Black Friday breakfast (with sea salt, black pepper, and olive oil cooking spray):



    Cooked to medium-rare, they served as a fine accompaniment for eggs:



    I told my hosts that deer taste like what they eat. My sister-in-law quipped "Well these deer must have been eating steak!".

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    Emptying out the last of my venison from last year to make room in the freezer for this year's harvest, here's some teriaki marinated round steaks:



    They were great on Saturday night and I stashed away one skewer for lunch on Sunday:



    Cold venison, roasted veggies, swiss, and spicy creamy horseradish sauce on garlic naan. Soooooo good.

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