Re-learning to love every step of the hunting process has been an amazing shift for me.
I want my family to see that killing a deer or turkey doesn’t just give us food to eat and something to remember a hunt by.
I was pumped about spending six days in Northeast Missouri the week prior to the regular firearms season. Everything seemed like it was going to be absolutely perfect! Long story short, I got quite the education.
There’s a strange psychological phenomenon that takes place when people go from pressing forward and straining for growth, to pulling back and just trying to maintain. As a result, we lose perspective and develop what is affectionately called, “Mission Creep”. It sounds like, “Eh, as long as I can hit a pie plate, my sights…