Avid hunter and executive chef who cooks everything he harvests. Randy King goes bear hunting. My most recent hunting adventure was a bear hunt this past opening day, April 15th. So went up outside of Riggins and hiked up to the snow line, which if you've ever seen the mountains around, this is no easy task. We gained twenty one hundred vertical feet over a mile and a half, so it was steep to put it lightly. Got up and I saw four bears in two and a half days and we actually managed to get a really nice bore out of the blue. It was a lot of fun. The adventure started with finding us on a cub, which you always get excited when your bear hunting to find a bear in the first place. Right. But then to see you with a cub, it always kind of you lose that momentum because you're not allowed to go after those. Rightfully so. Right. I mean, it was a mature cub and it's probably going to get kicked out of the out of the nest here shortly. But at the same time, just seeing those two run around together, it was like Disneyland seeing the cub was chasing mom and they were playing and stuff. It was wonderful. After that, we spotted another bear, which we ended up calling Houdini because of its propensity to disappear into the brush. We would have him and we would watch him for hours at a time, watch him just go feed. And then he just disappeared and we ended up finding another very large cinnamon colored, chocolate colored bear. Talk about that tomorrow.