Tag Archives | Hunt

…It’s Website Wednesday: Where’s Waldo?

Find Waldo

On September 21, Waldo (yes, the guy in the red and white striped sweater) turned 21.

To celebrate the festivities, Waldo has kicked of a yearlong birthday celebration that includes plenty of Waldo hunts, as well as games that you can play both online and off.

Think you’ve got what it takes to answer the question, “Where’s Waldo?”

[Find Waldo]

…The Whale Hunt is powerfully beautiful?

The Whale Hunt

Each year, the Inupiat Eskimos of Barrow, Alaska are allowed to hunt 22 whales for their yearly supply of food.

To document and preserve this experience, Jonathan Harris tagged along and took 3,214 photographs over the course of seven days, showing everything from his taxi ride to the Newark airport to the butchering of the second whale caught by the hunters.

Photos were taken at five-minute intervals (even while sleeping with the aid of a chronometer), though this “photographic heartbeat” was quickened during moments of high adrenaline.

The end result is a beautiful and powerful tale of a people’s fight to survive using techniques developed by their ancestors long before there was any other way to eat.

[The Whale Hunt]

…Treasure is meant to be hunted?

The World’s Biggest Treasure Hunt

Do you want to hunt treasure?

Are you jealous of Nicolas Cage?

The check out The World’s Biggest Treasure Hunt, put on by National Treasure: Book Of Secrets.

It might not take you to far away lands, but $100,000 and a new Mercedes-Benz is probably better than the scrap metal you’d find on your own anyways.

Start digging…

[National Treasure: Book Of Secrets – World’s Biggest Treasure Hunt]

…Hunters can shoot with seasonings?

Flavor Shot

If you hunt for birds, you’re bound to run into the problem of finding shot in them when dinnertime rolls around, and subsequently crunching a chip in your tooth. Season Shot eliminates that problem by replacing the metal shot with tightly packed seasoning, bound by a fully biodegradable food product. When it comes time to cook up your catch, “the seasoning is actually injected into the bird on impact, seasoning the meat from the inside out. When the bird is cooked the seasoning pellets melt into the meat, spreading the flavor to the entire bird”. Besides saving you a dentist bill, these pellets don’t leave behind a harmful waste in the environment like regular shot. Available in Cajun, lemon pepper, garlic, teriyaki and honey mustard flavors, Season Shot is sure to satisfy any hunter’s discerning palette.

[Season Shot]

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