An embarrassment of riches. In a prior hunting trip to Alaska, Tim DeMaas harvested a giant Alaskan moose. But then on a second hunting trip. Speaker2: My second trip, I had moose hunted in Alaska. My first day there, I drove up to Alaska in the military. My mom and dad actually accompanied us. We got up there and I was there about two days, went out on a moose hunting trip with 40 mile air, got flown in with a friend and we ended up getting to moose on that trip also. Speaker1: So you prepare the meat on site and then sit there and you wait for the pickup plane. This guy has the capacity to load all the meat. Speaker2: Yeah, the Yukon moose. Alaska moose are so big you really can't move them around so you can quarter them. But the best way is probably to bone them right in place and have some bags and bone them completely out. And in the rap trip, we put o driftwood and stuff up and try to get it up in the air to keep it cool. And we were on the river 12 days, I think, on that trip and it all kept fine. It was cold enough and then. Speaker1: Suspend the meat. You don't worry about bears coming in and just tearing it all up. Speaker2: Well, you know, I had somebody ask me that the other day, and we've seen a fresh bear tracks throughout that trip around our tent and around the meat, but they didn't get into the meat. I guess we were kind of lucky. And we heard wolves most nights, but never seen a wolf and never seen a bear, but always heard the wolves and seen wolf tracks and seen bear tracks. Speaker1: Lucky on his hunt. Lucky on staying safe.