It’s been awhile but I’m back!
It’s been an incredibly busy last few months but things are finally settling down and I can’t wait to get back to posting on this blog! I’ve got so many post ideas waiting to write!
Here’s a quick recap of what’s gone on in my life while I’ve been gone.
I traveled to Texas and fell in love with the Lone Star state! Expect a full post on my trip with pictures galore! The food was amazing, people were so kind, and the state itself beautiful. I’m already planning my next trip back! Also, hunting is so cheap there compared to Washington!
And the real reason I’ve been so incredibly busy the last couple months, I was a bridesmaid in two weddings and moved! Both weddings were absolutely beautiful and I’m so grateful I was able to be apart of both their days. Moving was stressful, but I love the new place I’m in. So with all of that behind me, my attention can be back on this blog and getting outdoors!
I got back in the kitchen this weekend and grilled some venison bacon burgers! Expect the recipe later this week, they’re juicy and delicous!
The one place I update regularly is Instagram. So if you haven’t already, follow me on there! HuntressJen and see posts like the ones below!
Thanks to those of you who stuck around and are still reading my blog! I really do appreciate it! I can’t wait to get back to posts every Wednesday.
The one bad thing with all the craziness going on, I completely forgot to put in for special and late season hunts. I’m bummed! I need to build up points for those special moose and mountain goat hunts so I can do them before I’m 50! Haha, there’s always next year I guess.
Did you put in for any special or late hunts this season? Did you get drawn? Let me know in the comments below!
3 thoughts on “Summer Summer Summertime!”
Welcome back! I know the feeling of forgetting to put in for the draws. I am sorry. …I put in for Moose, Bighorn sheep, and elk. Nothing but a big goose egg for me. I now have 21 points for moose and for sheep and 6 for elk. Oh well I guarantee I wont go hungry. . Have been steelheading on the Columbia. And doing very well. That’s what is so great about the pacific northwest. Yea the fees are high ,but there is so much to do here. I too love Texas. Have only hunted turkey there, but had a blast. It is a beautiful state. But then again, so is Montana, Idaho, Wyoming, etc etc. Take care and again, good to see you back!
That’s too bad you didn’t get drawn! That’s a lot of points built up though! That’s awesome you’re getting out on the Columbia! Washington is a beautiful state with a lot to do. Thank you!
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