I read this quote earlier this week and it really struck a chord with me.
I’m in the midst of packing to move to a new city and start a new chapter of my life. Packing everything has been a trip down memory lane of my time here. From my hunter safety certificate to hunting boots with mud still caked on, I thought about everything that led me to create this hunting blog.
In some people’s eyes, I’m sure it looks like I’ve changed from the person who I was when I moved here. I’m leaving with lots of camo, hunting gear, and a new passion for the outdoors. But I feel that more than changing, I just found myself.
I found something that excites me and makes me constantly want to learn more. I found something that has me looking forward to a 4am alarm clock. I found something that challenges me and makes me strive to be the best I can be. I found something that brought me closer to my family and connects me to nature.
I found something that makes me truly happy.
There’s more to it than merely changing. And if some people don’t like who I am now, that’s okay. Different things make different people happy. But I haven’t been this excited or motivated about something in a long time.
So am I leaving here the same person I was a few years ago? Not at all.
I’m so thankful to be the person that I am today, with a new, evergrowing passion for hunting.
PS – I’m going to do my best to keep posting during this transition, but it might take me a couple weeks to get settled in before I can put my full attention back to the blog. I have a lot of exciting hunting things planned for the next several months and I can’t wait to write about them!
I’m ready to take the plunge and get into bow hunting!
I don’t know many people personally who bow hunt, so I’m hoping some of you hunters can help me with my search for the perfect compound bow.
I’m looking for a bow that will be in the middle of the pack price wise, I can’t see dropping $800-$1,000 right out of the gate as I’m learning. I want to use it for deer and elk hunting next season. And, since I’m not a fan of the colors, no pink or purple bows.
I’m so excited to get out and start learning! I’ve been interested in bow hunting since before I even took the hunter safety course. It looks like something fun, as well as challenging. I don’t want to rush getting a bow, so I’m ready to spend the next several weeks going over articles and product reviews.
What all did you feel you needed to buy to be ready to go out in the field? I’d love to hear your experiences with the bows you currently use or have used.
So, what compound bows do you love and recommend? Are there any brands you’ve found that are better than others? Let me know in the comments below!
If you love hunting, especially bow hunting, check out The Full Draw Film Tour. It’s stopping in several cities along the west and midwest, so check to see if it has a stop near you.
Above is the trailer for this year’s tour. Unfortunately, I won’t be near any of the stops when they’re happening, but I wish I could go!
I love storytelling, so throw in hunting and I’m basically in love. I have not actually gone to The Full Draw Film Tour, but I did go to the Hunting Film Tour last year and it was great. Check out last year’s trailer below.
As much as I love hunting season, I also love baseball and college football seasons.
It has been several years since I’ve enjoyed a Major League Baseball game in person.
I’ve spent the last couple of days in the sunshine watching America’s favorite past time, which means the post I planned on writing didn’t happen. I’ll post it later this week (there’s a hunting film tour likely coming to a city near you!) But I didn’t want to miss a post for this Wednesday.
Besides hunting, what seasons do you love? Share below!