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Friday, January 11, 2013

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Yeti-Hunting in Minnesota

"It’s hard to prepare for something like an open-ended nature search for something that was possibly a lifeless rubber suit 40 years ago, but you’ll want to start with a first-aid kit—for the potential loss of limbs. A ruler and a magnifying glass are also crucial—for tracking. We also packed notebooks, granola bars, and a hollow chocolate turkey, leftover from Thanksgiving, which we figured was a decent meat substitute and an attractive piece of bait. I brought a blush brush, too, ostensibly to dust for fingerprints, but in retrospect that just seems silly."
Katie Heaney hunts for a Minnesotan Iceman in Outside.



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iceberg

Adorable, just like everything Katie Heaney writes!

jhonsons

Amazing, discovered it today!@j

Megasus

I don't think his hand is on his belly there guys.

fondue with cheddar

@Megano! It actually looks a heck of a lot like the urinal wall lean.

Emby

Huh. And now I will begin assembling a list of pitches to Outside magazine.

meetapossum

There are a handful of paths to take, but we follow a narrow, lesser-trodden one into the forest. Rylee occasionally asks our target to reveal himself (“...Iceman?”), and each time she does I almost expect a head to pop up from a fallen log and say, “Hey!”

Ahahaha. I love this.

mariefischer

At first, I thought that this article was code for "Finding a Hot Guy in Minnesota Even While You're Wearing 75lbs of Winter Gear..."

UHM but I'll still read it!

llehj

@mariefischer

SEE WHAT YOU DID HERE

Babe lifestyle more like Yeti lifestyle amirite

hamsjohn3

hought that this article was code for "Finding a Hot Guy in Minnesota Even While You're Wearing 75lbs of Winter Gear..." binary options usa

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