Oh heyo! It’s Bucko Billy, I’m back at it with your latest Yooper blog. This time we are takin’ it up a notch! Did you read that title? Oh. No duh, dat’s dah reasoning you clicked on this. Holy crap, yup, that title’s correct. Holy moly.
But… Ummm. before Billy get to dah point of this post… Didja know dat dah Packers and dah Lions play each other on Monday? Oh, boy! Billy is excited for dis one. Going to crank back a couple brews and cheer for Dah Pack! Ha, Just kidding. No Pack No. I know, it’s me.. Billy, a Yooper. But I’m no cheese head. I’m sorry but Erin Rodgers just doesn’t “cut my cheese” bahahaha.
Let me get back on track. I’m sorry. Dah busch latte’s are afloat. But let’s get back to dah deer, eh.
According to MLIVE:
Jeremy Sergey, a conservation officer in DNR District 1 responded to the scene and determined after a short investigation that the deer (4) had been struck by lightning during a storm the night before.
The path of the lightning strike could be seen traveling through the fur of the deer, according to the DNR.
DNR District 1 is in the Western Upper Peninsula and includes Baraga, Dickinson, Gogebic, Houghton, Iron, Keweenaw, Marquette, Menominee and Ontonagon counties.
Holy moly, wouldn’t that have made for some good eats. Well… Now that you’re up to date on what happened with dah deer and dah beer and dah lightening now we can get on with our day or night, depending on when you’re reading dis.
I hope you enjoyed Bucko Billy! Always keepin’ dah Yoopers up to date on dah news.
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