If you caught the "Bizarre Foods" episode on Baltimore and the Chesapeake Bay, you'll remember Andrew Zimmern's meeting muskrat-skinning champion Rhonda Aaron.
Aaron was also featured in Amy Nicholson's 2005 documentary "Muskrat Lovely," which takes an inside look at the National Outdoor Show in Golden Hill, Dorchester County, where contestants compete in a muskrat-skinning competition. Local high school girls also compete to become "Miss Outdoors," the queen of the National Outdoor Show.
"Muskrat Lovely" follows he events leading up to the 50th crowning of "Miss Outdoors."
The video is now available for rental through the Vimeo service, where you can watch a trailer once you register.
And you can see clips from the "Bizarre Foods" Baltimore episode here.
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