I've always believed in the concept of learning just for the sake of learning. I enjoy reading and learning about pretty much anything; so, imagine my joy when I found this class offered in our local community education's fall listing. I was looking up a guitar class that we might try and get Hannah in, when I saw this:
Deer Cutting for Dummies
This class will teach the basic skills to cut your own deer. We will show the proper care of the deer from field dressing to skinning and cleaning of the carcass. Next we will show how to cut your deer for various cuts of meat. We will also seam the rounds to show how to cut it for jerky or steaks and roasts. The class will use a “road-kill deer” for hands on experience. Included in the fee is a basic step-by-step book for quick reference. Deer cutting supplies will be available for purchase. Swen-Dell Deer instructors have years of meat cutting experience.
Location; RHS Wood Shop
Cutting up a deer in the high school wood shop class!!! I think I'd be able to cut up just about any type of animal if I had a room full of power tools available to me.
Gino: this is a good way to pick up some extra bucks, get a hold of your local community ed and offer to teach a class. I actually tried it one time myself; although it was about doing crosswords, not slicing up Bambi after she was nailed by a car. Nobody signed up though---go figure; I'd think there would be more people who do crosswords than go out deer hunting.