Friday, October 30, 2009

Seal Hunter

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8 comments:

fireweedroots said...

It is so nice to see a young man (wouldn't dare calling him a boy)doing the same thing as what generations upon generations before him has done to put food on the table. Hurrah for Uyaana!

Cathy said...

That's not Uyaana...that's just a guy on the beach in front of town. I'm not sure who it is.

Dog Hair in my Coffee said...

What kind of seal? Harbor seal, with the spots? Is that right in town? Do they just swim up that close?

Anonymous said...

at the childeren's pool -La Jolla-San Deigo-they would really be upset with that action. I bet it tastes like chicken!!
the Calif. guy

Gramma 2 Many said...

Cathy, I am such a city girl:)
I thought Trish said they could not be killed right there in town.
I remember the sound being full of them when I was up there.

Adux said...

What do they taste like?

Saima said...

thats John! :) here's a link to his blog : www.boyaq.tumblr.com you can see more pictures of seal hunting and all sorts of hunting..

Mammoth said...

"Under the ice and beneath the gravel are remnants of those whom came before. This region has a history that extends beyond 40,000 years of human history. Nomadic and seasonal, a stoic anchor of habitation of when the 'land' extended to Siberia's shore in grass and brush. Trails crossing Kotzebue when Kotzebue was no where near the sea, by horse and Mammoths as lions kept the pace. So, just under this seal hunter is a 'record' of not just recent ancestry of cultures but times unimaginable prehistory."