Hér að neða má lesa boð um veiðiferð frá félögum okkar og vinum í Keila í Eistlandi. Tilvalið fyrir áhugasama veiðimenn.
We have tradition already for some 7 or 8 years to participiate in real hunting in real forest in autumn. The event is not obligatory for our kiwanis people but rather like voluntary mode to spend whole day in fresh air, in our homeland nature and in forest. The colours of trees in forest and colours of fields on landscape are very various and beautiful. The event starts already at 8 in the morning and will be over around 5 or 6 at evening. Usually the hunting itself lasts till 3 o'clock. Then hunters have layed the table for kiwanis people with delicious soup and dish made of meat of caught animals. All this "afterparty" is also served in outdoor conditions nearby the hunters-house inside the deep fir-tree forest. The feeling there at table after tiring day is really unforgetable. Number of people who would like to participiate in that kiwanis day is geting bigger by every year. Role of kiwanians is to help local hunters to achieve the set up purposes. Kiwanians are without any guns or fire-arms and act more or less like herd of dogs to direct animals to needed direction. The hunting object is usually an elk. Big elk can weigh up to 300 - 400 kg. There will be hunted about 25 elks in forests around our town during season from September to December. The hunting day for kiwanians will be Saturday 11. of October on this year. The day starts at 8:00. People are already preparing to that day and matching their little plans.
On our last club meeting were reached to the idea to send invitation to Iceland Kiwanians using Your contacts there. To invite possible interesting people from Iceland to visit and participiate in this described Kiwanis Outdoor Event on Saturday 11. of October. It would be very exotic for Iceland people, because all day will be spent in real deep forests. And the elk is rather big animal if to compare to animals on Iceland except the whale, what actually do not live in forests. But You do not have big forests also there on Iceland.
What do You feel according to that idea? Is it possible and reasonable to take into plan?
What is Your opinion?
With Best Regards,
KC Keila, Estonia