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Thursday, February 21, 2013

Wolverine... a huge colourful male


 Bryan's hand are huge .... this male,s paws are really big.  It has a beautiful diamond on it's back.  This has been skinned for taxidermy and we are asking 550.00 plus shipping and export fee if needed.  Bryan took all the measurements.  The neck alone on this big boy is 17".  The color is not as yellow as is showing in the photo below.


  1. Never have seen one, but he looks impressive!

  2. I buy 4 wolverines form Brian and Vikki since 3-4 years , all time it a superb animal, very good quatily fur and preparation for taxidermy is just perfect.

    Dont have money for buying this one , look like a beauty too , more powerfull color compared to my male ( the first one ) .

    The Marten in the far right look like to have a special color too.

  3. Hello Vikki,
    I am very interested in Alaska because I have family up there. My cousin married an Alaskan years ago and they homesteaded west of Fairbanks. While checking out some Alaskan blogs, I found your blog. While reading your blog, I found your request about egg substitute suggestions.
    My suggestion is Flax seeds. You already know about Flax seed since you make Flax Seed bread (and I would love recipe). Well, you can also use those flax seeds as substitutes. Here’s what I read at Flax USA website:

    1. Substituting Fat – 3 T ground Flax Seed = 1 T btr or cooking oil.
    2. Substitute for all or some of the fat depending on the recipe. To substitute for all of the fat with flax sd increase liquid by 75% as ground flax absorbs liquid. Baked goods brown more quickly.
    3. Substituting Eggs – 1 T ground Flax Seed plus 3 T wtr for each egg.
    4. Substitute a of 1:3 ratio ground flax Seed and wtr mix for each egg in recipes for pancakes, muffins and cookies. Allow to sit for several minutes together before adding to your recipe.

    Their website is:

    I hope this helps you. Please let me know if you use one of these substitutions and how it works. I've never tried them. Since I live about 5 miles from a grocery store and in a mild climate, I don’t have to worry about baking without eggs, but I’ve kept this information just in case I might need it someday.

    Vikki, You have a great blog and it brings back memories of my visits to my cousin’s homestead an hour’s flight from anywhere (Fairbanks). I will continue reading your blog.

    Pati in Olympia, Washington, USA


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