Since I beat all the dead deer from rifle season to the Taxidermist last year, it only took six months to have the mount finished. It’s beautiful. The man is exceptionally talented and did such a gorgeous animal justice. I’m very, very pleased.
Best of all, there was enough hide left over that I’m going to make a loin cloth for when we host garden parties. Yipeee!
Also my son named it Boris. I don’t know why, but the name has stuck. (I miss being a kid, nothing had to make sense back then.)
If you haven’t read my write-up about hunting on an exotic game ranch, it’s worthwhile. When our Pronghorn trip was canceled last minute due to… well… Wyoming being Wyoming and having a massive ice storm hit it in October… (which sucks when your insanely expensive out of state tags are non-refundable.) I tried to find reviews of exotic game ranches and couldn’t locate any. So, I wrote my own afterwards.
A review of Caryonah Game Ranch
It was a great experience, and thankfully nothing like I’d envisioned. I’m sure there are game ranches that are terrible, I’ve seen YouTube videos of some, but this one was fantastic. I’d certainly go back again with the lovely wife, as she wants to kill a boar.
As for writing…
The sequel to West of Prehistoric is well under way. Initial rough draft is almost finished, I’m 22,000 words into it. So far, it’s much, much easier to write a sequel after the ‘hard work’ of creating the world, characters, critters in the first one. I’m just building off something that already exists now.
Since I managed to work in a lot of small and large over-reaching story/character arches into the first book, I’ve a ton of material to play with, tease, and reveal.
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He kinda looks like a Boris. I’ve never met someone named ‘Boris’, but I wouldn’t be surprised if he had those same weird eyes.
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Lol. Yes, he does have some weird eyes. I’ve been wondering if that was normal eyes for a mount or not.