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I would like advice on bringing meat home

 
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Old 03-26-2014, 04:12 PM
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Re: I would like advice on bringing meat home

Go to a vehicle rental place ( Hertz for example) and rent a VAN....full sized and take turns behind the wheel. Meat packed in every "Walmart" cooler you can lay your hands on.
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Old 03-26-2014, 05:02 PM
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Re: I would like advice on bringing meat home

I think you are stressing out over-much. it really is easy to do. Just have the meat processed and frozen. Pack it in cheap Styrofoam chests and put newspaper in for extra insulation and duct tape them shut. fly it home with you as extra baggage. mail your other stuff home to save weight. I did this with a moose once from BC. That was back in the day when you got 2 bags for free. had to pay for 4 extra boxes @ 25$ apiece. This included a set of 55" moose antlers with my backpack ductaped inside them.....one bag. This included an over-night in Vancouver. the hotel put the meat in their freezer for me. Just make sure you get a direct flight if at all possible and get there early, so no boxes get left behind. you will have a lot less meat than you think. AJ
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