A couple of teenagers in Whale Cove, Nunavut, used some northern ingenuity to transport their hunt last weekend. Bryan Ulurksit, 17, and his buddy Roger Nakoolak, 18, went out on the land on Saturday morning to hunt caribou with a trailer fashioned from old ATV parts, plywood and some two-by-fours. The trailer wasn't hooked to an all-terrain vehicle or pickup truck, though — it was on a bicycle. The pair hunted a "good size" grown male caribou with "lots of fat," the teenager said, and hoisted it onto the makeshift trailer. And then I took my belt off, put it around the tire to the rack and then we started biking," Ulurksit said. Ulurksit says he also does some commercial fishing, setting nets and selling his catch to the local fish plant. North Northern ingenuity: Teenage hunters transport caribou by bike, homemade trailer A couple of teenagers in Whale Cove, Nunavut, used some northern ingenuity to transport their hunt across town last weekend.
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Netflix has unveiled the intriguing trailer for Homemade , a short film anthology boasting an all-star roster of talented directors. The Homemade trailer previews some of the short films folks will be able to enjoy when this anthology hits the streamer on Tuesday, June As the trailer reveals, each director has found new ways to tell their story, with the constraints of the pandemic opening up the door to more intimate and creative storytelling methods. No synopses were dropped for any of the shorts on offer, unfortunately. Variety notes in their report directors were asked to used items around the home to film their five-to-seven minute shorts, and produce the shorts entirely on their own.