[Sca-cooks] wild rabbit

Crandall 4fooles.matters at gmail.com
Sun Sep 9 09:51:24 PDT 2012

In addition, if you are "living off the land" and exposing yourself to
various vermin who carry plague, there is a preventative vaccine that you
can get for it.
While in the Army at Ft. Benning, it was one of the many inoculations given
for those units who were on alert status for overseas duty.

Crandalll, Olde Phart

On Sun, Sep 9, 2012 at 8:19 AM, otsisto <otsisto at socket.net> wrote:

> Sorry I wasn't clear, I was being Arizona specific. I was wanting to know
> about the Ash Fork incident in 1977 that was spoken of.  I know about the
> girl in Colorado.
> D
> -----Original Message-----
> Sierra Jane Downing, age 7, Denver, CO, was reported diagnosed as having
> bubonic plague, 6 Sept. 2012.
> The CDC also reported that the number of diagnosed cases has declined and
> over the past 10 years, they have seen an average of five cases per year.
> Also reported was the eastern movement of the disease appears to be holding
> along the 100th Meridian.  Since that was where it was about 20 years ago,
> maybe we have found it's maximum range in the US.
> Bear
> ----- Original Message -----
> I have only heard of the plague from 1992. A bunch of prairie dogs died off
> and it was found that they had the plague through the fleas. The plague and
> tu????, transference is usually when one is skinning and handling the
> animal
> without gloves. Wear gloves when checking your kill and dressing it.
> Also,(brother lives south of Phoenix) not just the rabbits are a part of
> the
> warning. As above prairie dogs, rodents, and a few other critters. Cooking
> thoroughly is believed to make it safe.
> D
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