We all know hunting isn't always viewed favorably across America, especially in urban and suburban regions where our pastime may be considered anachronistic by some, and perhaps merely a necessary evil by others. So I was happy to see this cooler in my local grocery store recently, in Fairfax, Va., a 400-square-mile county of a million inhabitants. I'm sure most of them don't hunt, but I do, thus I was happy to see hunting mentioned here. Note the message: Dry ice is good for preserving game. I agree. I also agree it's nice to see a message in suburban America that puts hunting in a positive light. The take-home message for anyone in suburban America who reads the cooler: Hunting is alive and well, folks. This is proof.
Could Suburban America Actually Appreciate Hunting?
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