Blk Eagle, What software do I order for an apple? Most times, I can go down to the school and upload high speed at wifey's classroom, but everything's shut down for summer. I got to get something for nx month when huntin starts. It is taking me 5 hours to upload each picts, no joke; or I would post more.
This is 40 mile herd, and they keep coming for another couple months, then start back from Canada mid winter. We get subsistence permits, only allowed one per each family member, but we also have porcupine herd that comes close to us, but rough 30 mile snowmachine ride up watersheds, allowed 5/day, but nobody needs that much caribou. We can usually hunt the 40 mile herd all winter until march; easy to get to. The wolves & grizz really hammer our bou, why so few calves. Wolves got one I saw otherday, so I spend some time up there with 6.8 watching for wolves until season starts on the 10th August. If one stays up there late to midnight & 4 am, they'll see wolves, don't get dark here in Alaska. People from outside can hunt same bou for a few days August 29, 30th, 31st, ect. License is $85, bou tag is $325, and wolf tag for non res is $50, moose tag is $400; locals pay $40 for everthing. F&G wants like 400 bou killed and we get a few thousand people from Anch & Fairbanks, lots of military people stationed here and that's cool, soon as they get 400, F&G closes season and then reopens for local subsistence hunters the following week. Season for outsiders usually is open for 3-4 5 days, everybody gets their caribou I think. They always shoot more than F&G wants shot. There's a 5 day moose season right before 29th, and then again 8th sept until 18th and for us on till 25 sept. By then bulls running crazy everywhere. I've seen people from outside drive up with atvs in covered trailer, then set up cots in trailer and hunt from pull along side road, out trails that go back 20-30 miles.
August & September, I run myself ragged, spending time up on summit everyday, why I like living here so much I guess. Anyway, young one along side the road.