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By Joe Elsinger
The memory of my first trail camera I purchased in 2004 is still vivid. It could take 36 pictures in a row using a roll of 35mm film. It made a loud w-r-r-r-r sound advancing the film after each shot and scared the bejeezus out of deer. And when the role was filled, I would race to the drug store to get it developed. How times have changed!
This is the biggest buck I got on trail camera that first year of use. The photo quality...
On this hunt, Steve, Janis Putelis, and Janis Sr. head to the remote wilderness of interior Alaska by bush plane to search for moose and caribou. Janis Sr. has never been to Alaska before, and his first trip is nothing short of an amazing experience, made even better since he gets to share the hunt with his son. Steve and Janis Sr. have bull moose tags and Janis has a caribou bull tag. It’s the peak of the moose rutting season and the bulls are...
Radishes might be my favorite vegetable because they’re so versatile in the kitchen. The first year I grew radishes I easily planted about fifty, and to my delight (and, let’s be honest, surprise), all of them germinated and grew to full size. But when I bit into one, it was disheartening to discover they had more eye-watering horseradish flavor than the gentle bite of a store-bought red radish.
Why are my radishes spicy?
There are a few reasons...