Friday, January 10, 2014
Sunday, January 5, 2014
Earthquakes are scary since you cannot run away from them. Anywhere you go, you can feel your world literally shaking and there is no means to escape the tremor, except when you are flying. Another frightening thing about earthquakes is that they can sometimes cause volcanic eruptions or tsunamis.
Earthquakes are usually caused when the tectonic plates shift or when rock underground suddenly breaks along a fault. The sudden release of energy causes seismic waves that make the ground shake. When two blocks of rocks or two tectonic plates rub against each other, they stick a bit and for a time they continue to push against each other and after a while they break because of the pressure that’s built up. And when they finally break, it is when an earthquake is unleashed.
Since it will be difficult to run away from an earthquake, there are still some things you can do to ensure your survival. If you are inside a building, take cover under something sturdy like a table and stay away from things that would like fall when there’s an earthquake. When you are outside, stay away from building and streetlights and look for an open space. Be ready and prepare if such a thing would happen, you can use a voucher to buy food, water, and clothes before an earthquake occurs.
|This group of hogs showed up twice during daylight hours a few days before our hunt.|
Thursday, December 26, 2013
|View of the feeder from the stand|
Thursday, December 12, 2013
Wright's Liquid Smoke, the producers of great tasting, all-natural, liquid smoke, is having a giveaway for a $500 gift card to Bass Pro Shop along with a 1 year supply of liquid smoke. To enter, simply click here and follow the instructions on the screen. You can enter once per day until the contest ends on December 20th.
As an added bonus, all fans who enter the contest will receive 3 free delicious venison recipes featuring Liquid Smoke. Below is a sneak peak at one of the three recipes you will receive if you enter the contest. Enjoy!
Sauce for BBQ Venison Courtesy of Food.com
Sunday, December 8, 2013
|This mule deer doe and her two fawns are prime targets for mountain lions.|