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Old November 3, 2013, 08:06 AM   #326
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Was watching a rerun and saw how trees were girdled so they would be ready to cut a few years later. I was wondering how much wood one goes through in a year.
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Old November 3, 2013, 09:54 AM   #327
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hey V-fib, one of the keys to warm feet is insoles. You lose a lot of heat through the ground. The other is moisture, it builds up in boots, so you need to change/dry socks and felt liners. Boots need to be waterproof to keep you dry but then they build up moisture cause they are waterproof. Anyways I always found that lots of insoles usually did the job.
BTW Caribou, love the show, you and yours are the ones that makes it interesting, hang in there with the legal probs. I wish you the best of luck.
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Old November 3, 2013, 11:04 AM   #328
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Quote "The only foot gear I ever found in AK that could keep feet warm no matter what, was the surplus bunny boots."

palehorseman, Did you mean the Mickey mouse boots?

readyrod, On my thread in the hunting section of this site a fellow from MN advised to use carpet pads cut to form insoles.

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Old November 9, 2013, 04:55 PM   #329
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I realize that this is a gun site, so please excuse the continued discussion re "LifeBelowZero." Just wanted to let "Caribou" know that I've been fascinated with him, Agnes and his children on LBZ since the first episode. I agree with others that a show focused solely on the Hailstones would be a success. I am sorry that the producers felt the need to replace Erik Salitan with someone unwatchable and even more sorry for LBZ that the producers added a totally unnecessary 'grovely-voiced' voiceover guy. The show was great just as it was! Would rather see more of "I'm gonna get eaten" Sue; Andy and Kate Bassich; and the Hailstones and wait until Erik comes back instead of watching Erik's lame replacement (who comes across as not only boring, but as 'there's something wrong with this guy').

The LBZ show is one "reality" show that seems realistic and I hope that "Caribou" continues to not permit 'drama' on his segments... if he can help it! I realize how some 'reality' people can get caught up in the easy money and allow the producers to guide the show, instead of the other way around. Good luck to you, Caribou!!! And hope you prevail in your legal issue. Glad that you hired a good atty!

Which brings me to another topic, which I had not planned on mentioning, The NatGeo "AlaskaStateTroopers" show. I have really come to despise these LEOs. I shake my head at how heavy-handed they are and many times they go after Alaskans for no reason... but, I guess that's the way it is everywhere now. I've watched "AlaskaStateTroopers" enough to know simply not to watch it... it just elevates my blood pressure!
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Old November 9, 2013, 07:07 PM   #330
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"bunny " or "micky mouse" boots are popular here, but still a small towel and spare sox are a must if you dont wanna ruin your feet.

I'm glad you like the show and joined to post here caribou fan, there is alot of common sense and knowlage applicable to the situations were haveing with our Constitutional rights in this counrty, so besides my thread, I reccomend you read around a bit and stay with us here at THR

I do not like the AST show either, but I'm not anti AST. I used to respect them alot, but for the crimes committed against me and the others , I still think the good guys will see it through. I have the criminals rock solid, and on public record, so they wont be able to weasel out of their own lies. Since the AST is unwilling to coorect themselfs, I gess the courts will. Still, criminals are criminals, and these guys will get their day in court, even if they kill me to scilence me, as retrial draws near.

I dont understand when "image" over rides Truth and Justice.

If someone needs help I will goive it my best, even if its with the AST.
I did so a couple weeks back, on a bad day for everyone involved;

http://www.adn.com/2013/10/25/314268...h-40-year.html

When they arrived, I left as I have bad anxiety as I cannot sleep whent they are in town. I stayed awake 70 hours that time, and the insomnia drives me nuts, almost litterally, and that all started after the crimes against us happend. Its no good when such happens to you, but you have to plow on through andwork...... I was takeing a pill for the anxiety, but I cant afford them or a vistit to the doc (just the R/T flight is 360$) and the cost of medicine is crazy, but they only made me sluggish all day and I couldnt think. I would rather be awake and busy than drowsy and confused, so i dropped that and deal with them as best I can.

however, and on a good note, life is moveing forward into winter and the work that we do for such, as I love Winter, its a great happening, being Arctic and all ;D
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Old November 10, 2013, 12:05 PM   #331
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Caribou, I noticed your wife picking up her brass for the Mosin on a re run. I guess you reload for them? What type of ammo do people up there normally use for hunting? It is way cool to see someone is still using a Mosin for hunting, and being effective with it!
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Old November 10, 2013, 04:25 PM   #332
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I used to reload 7.62X53r and 7.62X54r, moslty Finn "D" 166 bullets or Hornaday .311 150 grn's spires over 41 grns Varget and CCI primers in a graffs virgin brass and foireform to that rifles specific "sweet spot.

I and the wife both had only two "shooters", one for everyday use, one backup. Mine were both M-39's. Now , for the time, its just her, and shes been using Privi partizan, both the FMJ's in her VTK M-39 and soft points in her PU 91/30.

Old habits to pick up brass, but she does and she stores them with the rifles. She used to store and reload at her brothers , but he passed on last month and Im not sure where shes got them, but I'm sure thay are all safe and sound, with bags of brass stuffed safely away


the producers didnt bag Salitan, he ducked out for the Summer, the last 6 episodes, but he's still there and gettin' filmed again, as he guides Hunters to make his living $$. Pay on this show is minimal, and thankfully, we dont do drama naturally. When you have to live in a small house, amongst people in a small village and rely on those folks and they rely on you, "Drama" in Eskimo society is limited to fist bashing each other. Guns everywhere, yet very few ever shoot each other or themself (most hang them selfs , if thats the case) Ive never known of a shooting murder here. Something really bad happens and a fist fight usually solves those tensions and life go's on. But , yes, there are always the really bad days.........and we avoid that additude as best we can.
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Old November 10, 2013, 08:00 PM   #333
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I know from reading your posts that Erik wasn't fired; just saying that the other guy that they "replaced" Erik with is a dud. Not interested in how he lives in the least. Producers obviously thought that they needed another single guy living in the Brookes Range on the show! IMO, a very bad decision. Was watching LBZ last night and turned the channel when the single guy came on... am not interested in his problems retrieving fresh water or anything else he's doing for that matter! For some reason, compared to Erik, the guy simply doesn't have the "it" factor... that piece of personality that comes through to be interesting on a "reality" show. He's just plain weird.

Loved and still laugh at your daughters coming out of the house to greet you and Agnes in their boots and t-shirts, 'cause it's a balmy 40 degrees!

I think everyone would like to live as you do... mainly for the close community connections you have and the pleasure you get just from being with your children. Loved little Carol's birthday and the very important gifts she received... much better than any ridiculous electronic game or baby doll, which end up unused and trashed.

I know that many people have brought up KavikSue and her continued theme of "Something's gonna eat me." After listening to her long version of her bear ordeal, cannot blame her for having that "I'm gonna be bear food when I walk out the door" attitude. Being left for dead and not found for ten days would affect a person!

While writing this, am watching YukonMen and have to say that YM has gone the producer's drama route. Find it difficult to believe the threat of the wolf pack that very conveniently took place during the annual sled dog race and the visit by Stan's brother was simply laughable. I just hope that LBZ doesn't go that route, too. Well, LBZ already has a bit, with the addition of the unnecessary voiceover guy!

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Old November 10, 2013, 09:39 PM   #334
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I liked the "new" guy just fine, it's the whiner they can get rid of!

Anyway, if you want to live a homestead kind of lifestyle, you sure don't have to go to Alaska to do so... I lived in Alaska a long time, and i pretty much live the same way here, that i did there.

It's up to YOU to make it happen, it's NOT what state you live in that makes it happen!

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Old November 11, 2013, 12:22 AM   #335
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And they were called bunny boots when we were issued them in the Air Force in the 1970s.
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Old November 11, 2013, 02:10 PM   #336
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Wonderful conversation here. Caribou, thanks to you, your lovely lady with the voice of a bird singing and those strong, bright children that must light your heart every time you look at them. It's no small thing to put your life out for millions to inspect (and judge, as we do), takes a certain kind of courage I think to do that. You've given us a good, true look at something most of us only read about, something worth knowing, worth keeping alive, something beautiful. We are in your debt. Happy Trails.
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Old November 11, 2013, 09:24 PM   #337
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Quote "The only foot gear I ever found in AK that could keep feet warm no matter what, was the surplus bunny boots."



palehorseman, Did you mean the Mickey mouse boots?

readyrod, On my thread in the hunting section of this site a fellow from MN advised to use carpet pads cut to form insoles.

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The Mickey Mouse ones were black, the bunny boots are white, but IIRC, they are the same as to function.
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Old November 11, 2013, 09:37 PM   #338
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I realize that this is a gun site, so please excuse the continued discussion re "LifeBelowZero." Just wanted to let "Caribou" know that I've been fascinated with him, Agnes and his children on LBZ since the first episode. I agree with others that a show focused solely on the Hailstones would be a success. I am sorry that the producers felt the need to replace Erik Salitan with someone unwatchable and even more sorry for LBZ that the producers added a totally unnecessary 'grovely-voiced' voiceover guy. The show was great just as it was! Would rather see more of "I'm gonna get eaten" Sue; Andy and Kate Bassich; and the Hailstones and wait until Erik comes back instead of watching Erik's lame replacement (who comes across as not only boring, but as 'there's something wrong with this guy').

The LBZ show is one "reality" show that seems realistic and I hope that "Caribou" continues to not permit 'drama' on his segments... if he can help it! I realize how some 'reality' people can get caught up in the easy money and allow the producers to guide the show, instead of the other way around. Good luck to you, Caribou!!! And hope you prevail in your legal issue. Glad that you hired a good atty!

Which brings me to another topic, which I had not planned on mentioning, The NatGeo "AlaskaStateTroopers" show. I have really come to despise these LEOs. I shake my head at how heavy-handed they are and many times they go after Alaskans for no reason... but, I guess that's the way it is everywhere now. I've watched "AlaskaStateTroopers" enough to know simply not to watch it... it just elevates my blood pressure!
When we lived down on the Kenai for seven years, the AST were rotated in and out of towns as if there was a schedule. The reasons were very self evident, many were alcoholics and their belligerent attitudes quickly alienated the locals.
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Old November 11, 2013, 09:55 PM   #339
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I lived on the Kenai for many years, i had three friends that were AST's, and none were transfered out all the time i was there...

In fact, two of them shot with our club quite often and they were quite good... The other gave my wife bag pipe lessons, all three were nice guys...

I knew others too, but not as well,

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Old November 11, 2013, 10:58 PM   #340
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I still have a notion most AST are straight up, and my wifes classmate is a second generation AST from Noorvik , and is still a friend, least last taked to him. The are fallable Humans, thats to be noted.

Folks around here long eliminated "Drama" as we all have to get alomg . Small houses and the same folks with all their troubles are delt with quietly, and drama amongst us would spplit us up, as when there is such, the natural and normal doings here are to move away either across town, to camp of another village, so as to avoid conflict. Or just avoid each other and only sleep at home, there is alotta work to do to keep a guy fairly alone amongst many. We cant remeber lines for crap and the only "pick ups" we have to do is when they get a bad recording and want some clarifycation (thats when theres subtitals) They ask us questions as we are doing things, and since my wife is the quiet type, I do most of the explaining. Besides, I was doing that here way before this show started following us.

The cast is sorta like I had it kinda explained to me; two couples, two loners, one a man, one a woman, and same to sorta center on with the married couples. Agnes, being indiginous to Alaska contrasts with all us "moved up" folks, and well, they missed me and my brother in laws instructing my sons in their role as men, as they are grown Hunters with their own familys now, but since our daughters are all still home, my wife and her sisters are instructing our daughters in a womans role in our way of living.
There are distinct roles of the sex's in this way of living, but everyone knows how to to a bit of everything. They want to show a tradion passsed on, its gotta be the wife, not me During the last episode, they showed our "fishing routine" of me and the son spending our first day fixing the shelter building there and stocking it with fire wood, digging a deep hole to moveing the out house, and then leaveing to hunt. The second day we cleared the brush that has grown, put up drying racks and then took off hunting again, me driving, me Doug shooting, but they didnt include that for lack of time and its allready been show amongst us, nor me and the son makeing the inside better, fixing the chiminy, fixing the outboards, and I dont expect them too, because they couldnt have a camera go if there isnt the "safety guy" so one location filming is the norm.
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Old November 12, 2013, 07:55 PM   #341
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Love hearing how the show is edited... all of the many interesting scenes which are decided redundant by the producers/editors! Would love to see them anyway. Just watched the episode again (LifeBelowZero must be very popular as it's being aired quite a lot!) where Caribou and Agnes were boating/fishing/catching muskrat and beaver in the shallow river. I laughed when Caribou said that it's 40 degrees... hot as blazes! So funny! It just snowed where I am and I'm fa-ree-zing! I cannot imagine living in AK and admire you and all who make that decision to live there, as I can barely stand the winter here; I could not bear the rough winter months you all live through.

While watching, as soon as that Chandalar guy came on my screen, I turned the channel... just can't watch him.

Am looking forward to tonight's episode!! Even looking forward to hearing KavikSue's latest incarnation of how she's gonna be bear food! HAHA!!
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Old November 13, 2013, 02:24 AM   #342
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I like the new guy he's ok. I heat with wood too and I can't imagine cutting all of my firewood with a axe.
Now that guy from Eagle is a real jerk the way he treats his wife.

Caribou, Saw the episode where your family harvested the seal. I thought the "black meat" was just blood soaked meat or is it something else?

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Old November 13, 2013, 05:39 AM   #343
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I cant wait to see the latest episode, maybe tomarrow

I dont think Im in the Sealing episode, I think I cleaned house and went to camp and fixxed the chiminey, cut down brush, opening it up a better for a fish drying breeze.

Black meat is just that, its color, especcially when you 1/2 dry seal or whale meats, they are so iron rich to hold oxygen while the Mammle dives and holds its breath, the meat is litterly "black' from it. The blood is a deep deep reddish purple. When its 1/2 dry, its then preserved in the oil of the Seal or Whale and saved for winter. Its chewy like a pice of cooked Beef, but if dryed too long, its like taffy, so they watch each peice carefully and put them away asap.
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Old November 13, 2013, 03:21 PM   #344
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Just watched my first episode last night...it was the Thaw, and I have to say that your wife and children stole the show every time they were on camera. What a great family you have! Looks like good values, hard work, love, and respect are not dead...you've sure done something right.

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Old November 14, 2013, 07:45 PM   #345
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Reality check

I saw the last show where you were not allowed to go after the seals.

And I am never less than in awe of how your lives are imposed around the ability to get your own food.

I see a VERY hard life that will teach your children how to survive under extreme duress.

I was curious as to how many children you have,seems like a real handful.

I would guess they are home schooled ?,if so that must keep your wife even busier.

btw - the girls are adorable !.
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Old November 14, 2013, 10:04 PM   #346
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I lived on the Kenai for many years, i had three friends that were AST's, and none were transfered out all the time i was there...

In fact, two of them shot with our club quite often and they were quite good... The other gave my wife bag pipe lessons, all three were nice guys...

I knew others too, but not as well,

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We lived six miles out of Moose pass for seven years, 1969-76. IIRC, we had three AST during that time frame, the last one was an OK guy IMO, but some people still had problems with him.
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Old November 15, 2013, 06:31 PM   #347
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Palehorseman, we all have our AST experiances, as they are usually the only cops around, some willnever see the good in them, some will never see the bad, but were all right as to our personal opinions, observations and interactions with them, for sure. I stay as far away from them, due to my experiance, and im not inclined to change that

We burn alotta wood, as its cold here in the Arctic , (usually) and trees are small. I prefer "oomuks" of dead wood onthe river bank. Dry, light and easliy sawed and loaded onto the boat or sled. We installed a Hotwater heater a couple yaers back and finnished our plumbing, with PEX lines that can freeze without busting, and a circ pump to keep it flowing. Havent had a problem yet

The Sealing was interesting, one did , indeed, sink, but what they showed as them "Giving up" was after 2 hours of trying to hook it off a snag on the sea bottom, useing a fish finder, quite the normal way of recovering them in waters deeper that 20 or so normally visable feet (you can see them to harpoon or hook them ) Insted, they hooked something, likely a tree, and lost their hooks. I guess thats not showable in 12 minutes of show, but it happens.

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Caribou: You are correct in that everyone is entitled to their opinion re AST and that everyone has their own experiences with them. Although I'm not in AK, the AST tactics are common everywhere. As I mentioned previously, I stopped watching the AST show because it seemed that they were just looking for people to harass. With the change from police being 'peacemakers' to more military, not just in AK, but everywhere, it is very difficult to say, but I've gone from thinking that the 'police are your friends' to 'the police are the first step in building a case against you in court.'

This is tame compared to what you deal with in AK, but a few years ago, I was pulled over and ticketed for driving with my dog in my lap. I'll make this short: I contested the ticket; the policeman could not prove any of the accusations; he concocted the story that I threw my dog in the back seat as I was pulling over! I won in court. The policeman simply lied to write a ticket.

The best part of this entire police story was this: a year after my run-in with the policeman, he was caught using land behind a public building to grow marijuana, and had his operation going for years! Needless to say, he is no longer on the police force. It was amusing to me that when his illegal activities (he did more than grow weed, but that's a whole other story) came to light, hundreds of people came out of the woodwork to tell their stories of how this guy harassed them when he was a policeman! No one would utter a peep while he was on the force, but came out afterward. IMO, these people are sheeple. Had they come out with their stories and filed actual complaints, the guy may have been fired years before.

My point is that people are fearful of police, which is such a turn around from years ago, when the police were your friends! They've all become very militaristic and ready to charge you with the smallest of offenses. It sickens me.

I am hoping that they are not all like that, and that there are humans in uniform.

It was interesting that on the last LBZ needless time was spent on that creepy guy cutting down a tree with his ax and then even more time on repairing his ax handle! I'd much rather see Agnes and her fishing crew trying to recover the okgoo(?) that sunk to the bottom, which you said was cut!

The more I watch Agnes, the more I admire her. She is a wife, mother, teacher, fisherwoman, hunter, mechanic, seamstress, artist… the list could go on! She is an amazing person from what is shown on TV and you are one very lucky man to have her; but, you already know that!!

Continued success with LBZ! I'll be watching!
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Thankfully today is a real day of winter, and it seems our River has stabilized and frozen solid enough to put some real weight on.
If this show were of an educational type, Im sure we would be able to show alotta tricks that are common here, and totally unkown elsewhere.

Scattyboo, we have 7 kids, the oldest is 25, soon 26, the second oldest turned 23 yesterday, the girls range from 19 to 8. They are quite a handfull, as were 2 neices and a nephew we had along for a great many years. We home schooled them untill 2005 when the homeschol program here quit. I taught them all how to read and write, and the boys to hunt along side me. The wife taught them all hands on things, as well as the dutys of a Hunters wife, so the boys knew what to expect and provide for , and the girls what to do, from food preperations to social interaction, ect and how to skin different animals different ways to get them into the shapes and measures that Skin sewers look for. Theres 7 different ways to just skin a Caribou, depening on time of year and end product use.
takeing them camping and hunting oin all weather taught them to be comfortable from a younge age, as well as what it takes to live happily outside.
When the oldest son graduated High school, he was the Valadictorian. He has chosen to Hunt and fish. The second son took his GED and then told us he had quit school to Hunt. We couldnt undo that, so we accepted his choice and he's very proficent, interested and not on the Public tit. The oldest daughter graduated and is working on getting her commercial Boat driving "6 pack" license, and plans to tour folks up and down the river inna couple years. The rest are A and B students.

No matter what you teach your kids, teaching them to work is probly the best thing they can learn.

My wife would never, ever let me sit, and I thin we give/gave our kids the education, and therefore choices. when weve gone south, I think they wpould do well, but there are great dabngers there for those who werent raised that way; All aspects of Cars and crossing the street ~~LOL!!~~
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Old November 17, 2013, 01:03 PM   #350
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Interesting show, thanks for being on it. I enjoy seeing how your family works together. In some ways it reminds me off younger days growing up in Northern Minnesota. Wish you and your nice family the best.
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