Long, cold night for hunter who only intended to venture 100 feet into state forest

A North Dakota hunter vows to never head into the woods without a compass and survival gear again. Sixty-year-old Paul Vasquez got lost in the Beltrami Island State Forest while tracking down a grouse.
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A North Dakota hunter vows to never head into the woods without a compass and survival gear again. Sixty-year-old Paul Vasquez got lost in the Beltrami Island State Forest while tracking down a grouse.

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