|The best-job debate has no easy answers|
By Kurt Krueger
SITTING around the campstove on a brisk evening last weekend, the boys having trekked northward for some archery deer hunting, we got to talking about that age-old question of what job is best for a hunter to have.
I thought we had settled this several years ago when old Kettlehole proclaimed that driving a Schwan’s ice-cream truck was the hands-down best job on Earth, a claim refuted by no one.Even Lard-dog and Jackpine couldn’t argue with the combination of rural miles for scouting, flexible schedule for hunting in only the best weather, and freezer truck for bringing home the venison on warm nights.
|Tuesday, October 09, 2012 3:01 PM|