Two big game hunters hired an old Siberian Yu’Pik Eskimo man as their guide when they went to Alaska to hunt a trophy moose.
It was a beautiful day to hunt. They were skirting the Denali National Park while hunting on CIRI Tribal land. So the land was relatively pristine and nature ruled the day.
The old Eskimo man could read the forest like yesterdays mail and was hot on the heels of wild game. Then all of a sudden, the old man stopped in his tracks and whispered with great excitement;
“Look my white friends, look at the moose with one eye near the ridge”
The two hunters dropped their rifles and with their hands, they covered one eye and exclaimed;
WHILE DUCK HUNTING
A couple duck hunters were walking along a blind near the lake when they came across an old Native man and his dog. He was hunting ducks as well.
The two hunters were not having any luck, so they decided to spy on the old man in an effort to learn the old man’s since he apparently was having better luck them them.
As they watched, the old Native man fired a round from his shotgun and nailed a fat duck. Then as the old man put his rifle down, his dog hit the water and chased after the animal.
To the astonishment of the two hunters, the dog leaped out of the mans boat, ran across the water and fetched the prize for his master.
With disbrlief the two hunters watched again as the old man shot another duck. Again, the dog ran across the water and got the duck.
Finally, one of the two hunters sprang out of the bushes and said to the old Native,
“Hey mister, your dog is walking on water. that’s totally amazing!”
The old Native man turned to the two hunters with a sadened look on his face and said,
“Yeah I know, I could not teach him how to swim”.
Creativity is the byproduct of a fertile mind