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In appreciation of simplicity

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What could be better than harvesting your own wild game without consuming gas by the minute and purchasing hundreds of dollars worth of gadgets to augment the "hunting experience" (HCN, 11/14/11, "Food and friendship, fossil-fuel free")? Keep it simple. It helps that Nadia and Andrew live practically in the lap of a game reserve. But even so, most hunters wouldn't even conceive of biking to harvest a deer. Move over, Cabela's -- it can be done without you!

Linda Paul
Boise, Idaho

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