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Hunter shares fruits of elk hunting camp with wife

HUNTING -- I'm easing back into the swing of civilization after being in a Blue Mountains elk camp for more than a week.  Bittersweet.

I couldn't tell whether my wife was more excited to see me return Saturday or whether she had her eye on the leftovers in the coolers.

We don't starve at elk camp, and everything is pre-prepared for fast food service when we return to camp after a hard day: Stew, pasties, spaghetti bricks, sausauges and salmon for the grill, salads, homemade pies.... 

Saturday and Sunday's meals were ready to go onto the dinner table back at home. 

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Rich Landers writes and photographs stories for a wide range of outdoors coverage, including a Sunday feature section and a Thursday column.





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