Christian Quested and his buddy, Nathan were on a river in Alaska hunting Moose. They got to their hunting spot in the raft, but it turns out that this was a lot more than a quick in and out. I'm decent with boats, but this was kind of a new thing. When it's cold like that and whatnot, all of a sudden water can be kind of scary because it can ruin your day if you get too wet. But the boat is a really good way to get around to do that. And we finally got into a moose that was big enough. Nathan won the Rochambeau, so he shot it and we got it out of there. That was an eye opener because of their size, and so I think we had 585 pounds of meat off the bone. The two of us can get a full big bowl out in one trip as long as it's not too hard because we can both carry a little bit over 100 pounds. The packs are pretty good now, but this was like four trips. And fortunately, we didn't have to go too far to get it to the raft. But by the time everything was done, it's 10 o'clock at night and it's in the dark and we're three hours up a river from where we were and the water in the delta. Some places is super shallow and other places you like, you kind of need to be able to see to know where to go. We had to go back down that in the dark. Again, it's another one of those funny stories about getting along with somebody or not. We're yelling at one another, one guys in the front saying left, right, left, and that's shallow. You're going to hit, and the intake plate on the outboard would hit the bottom and get jammed with rocks. And then you'd have no power and you'd have to wait till the water was shallow enough to drag the boat. But they did finally get the moose back to camp.