Saturday, January 9, 2010

my boneyard

displays my gratitude for mother earth providing abundantly,thanks. A squirrel nibbling on this season's (Dec/09) bison hoof

Bison skulls from 07/08/09
We do eat less than one animal a year, the meat is all shared.Actually just this week i made broth with the last moose bone of 2006.

A bison(07) and moose(06) rawhide.
I did those myself, lots of hard work. When you stay overnight with me, you get to sleep on them.

Aug 06 moose antler, the velvet still on.


Sue said...

You have such an amazing life...

TechnoBabe said...

It is so awesome I cannot even find words strong enough to tell you how much I admire you and your lifestyle. I am just so glad you choose to write your experiences in a blog.

janeywan said...

Our squirrels here in Denver eat the bark off our trees. Grrrr

Is moose meat akin to Elk? I love Elk meat.

christopher said...

Jozien, I agree with Sue. You have an amazing life. I imagine coming to your house where I discover I will sleep in and on animal skins.

That is a startling image.

jozien said...

Thank you, yes i like my life, but really.... :)
I never had elk meat. I think moose is quite different. Moose has a definite wild taste.
And Christopher, to imagine you here, that is a startling image :)