i only went kayaking once last year, lets just say the carp where everywhere jumping and hitting the kayaks, thought i was going to fall in.
for some reason i thought of sea kayaking with sharks hitting your kayak instead of carp. lol
i live on 21 acres. a few years ago i wanted to farm sheep here. long story short it was not enough land to make a go or even spend money on fencing. for the amount i would make back.
but another factor to look into is zoning and building permits. you might find a great piece of land but if...
i have really not seen that much of the unknown but i have a few i can think of.
my biggest one was on a family vacation, so i guess here goes my story.
okay so this must of been like 2008/09 not sure then year. but it was summer vacation and me and my family decided to go to Alberta...
i would think its maybe do to the fact we have been raised with dogs and cats as companions, i know my great grandparents had dogs for live stock protection and cats to keep mice out of the grain and food/feed storage.
but lots of unconventional meats are really good. beaver tastes like beef...
i did skeet or trap shooting once not sure what one.
long story short i got like 20 or 21 out of 25, the safety officer there (who was my teacher for fire arm safety) said i was a natural, and told me to keep at it. as this was my first time shooting a shotgun.
now only if that helped me hit...
heard handgun hunting is tough, (i don't have any handguns plus we can not hunt with them in Canada they go to the range and back)
well waiting for bear season this spring. think am going to take my mosin. not sure though.
how did everyone's hunting season go?