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One fail to date, summer of 77, I was 20 with a Yashica rangefinder and a pocket full of Kodachrome and Ilford PanF. The location was the Mojave Desert area, event a 14-day survival training 'vacation'.
The film did not like the extreme temps, nor did I, I'm here typing the film was less then correctly exposed; we had no moisture of any sorts but in our canteens, however the film canisters did, needles to say images; other then in my mind, did not develop well, actually all was a bit foggy...
As for the adventure, this SoCal native luved the heat, the nights were damn cold, the stars were absolutely beautiful and hornny toads, bugs and snakes do not taste of chicken
It's all in the receipe used.......when prepared by a skilled cook, even an old saddlebag can taste like chicken.
The cook was/is quite skilled, it was the lack of a decent, proper, set of spices that just ruined our meals.
In reality cooking by sterno while watching out for four legged critters with sharp teeth and an appetite for slow moving two legged beasties, turned the delicate tasty morsels rather tough, the jerky was more pallet pleasing. Except for the grubs, they were quite moist, a bit bitter...at first