posted on November 23, 2014 09:32
Nobody knows better than Jason McKenzie that when a man's tectonic plates shift, only a giant whitetail can stop the quake.
The hunter from Shongaloo, La., hunted Kansas for the first time in 2012. He crawled into his pop-up blind before sunup on Dec. 1, his third day there, and cursed his lack of clothing. But before long, he was itching to get out of the clothes he was wearing.
Nature was calling; pleading, at first; and then screaming.
When Jason could stand no more, he made sure the coast was clear, and then he slid out of the blind and began searching for a bush to provide a modicum of cover.
He can thank his lucky stars that he didn't leave his rifle and shooting sticks back inside the pop-up.
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