You may recall that yesterday Kevin Rasmussen, his son and his nephew had been chasing a deer. Kevin was sure he had hit it with his rifle. The chase was on. So now we're down a couple of miles down the canyon there, and my nephew goes, Well, I'm not going any farther because there's no way we're going to catch it. You see exactly where it was. The next hill is just right there, probably bedded down. So I said, I'm going to walk down the canyon. I'm going to circle back around and try to chase it back up the hill. And so I walked down that hill farther than I think I need to go so I can chase it back up the hill. But all of a sudden that thing pops up right next to me. I'm like, Wow, it's sitting there. And so all I have is this pistol and I've already wasted ten rounds and I have ten more left. I remember. So I'm breathing really hard. And so I take one shot at it. I tried holding my breath and keeping the gun steady, but it's like I don't know if I was high or low. So I take another shot and it's like, I don't know if I'm high or low, you know? So I try to hold my breath and keep as steady as I can. I miss again on third shot, and I'm like, I cannot tell where I'm shooting because I'm breathing so hard, you know? You know, your heart's going, I'm breathing hard, so I can't tell where I'm shooting. So the thing starts taking off, running again. So now I'm chasing this thing down this hill. Down this hill. Down this hill. I get down the hill there and it's just standing there. And so I start talking to it and it still stands there. So I walk closer and closer to this thing and finally the trigger. And I hit it and I'm like, Thank God I hit the thing and it goes and wanders around some sagebrush and beds down there. Finally I finish it off and I felt bad that I couldn't finish it off sooner, but. Speaker1: A lot better than leaving it wounded in the wilderness.