But I still bow hunted as hard as possible, making it out to the woods every chance I got with my dad until I was sixteen and old enough to drive myself. Eventually I got used to the military maneuvers, UXO’s, and even got to where I saw deer on a regular basis. Try as I did, however, success with a bow eluded me for years. But I wasn’t without my close calls.
Above is a snippet of a recent article of mine. While I piece together my write up for my Everglades trip, please feel free to check out this article for Legendary Whitetail's blog here: http://community.deergear.com/Article/TanksBombsBucks
Monday, January 20, 2014
I'm still sore, sunburned, bug bit, and extremely tired as I sit here and write this. But I made it through the entire Everglades Wilderness Waterway by myself. I finished Saturday and made it back home yesterday. I've got a LOT to write about. Like...a ton. It's gonna be a few days before I can start writing thanks to a terrible work schedule, but the whole adventure will soon be told. It was an amazing experience, and I absolutely cannot wait to share it with everyone. Stay tuned!