Pursuing elk provides ample opportunity to reflect on more than a hunt
It takes a week to cleanse my soul resulting in a carefree attitude on trail.
Photo courtesy of mahtingproductions.com The average person or hiker would never have a reason to head into dark timber. It reminds me of forbidden areas of forests, scenes from fairy tales, big bad wolves, the boundary where the hero or heroine is told "never to go", which means, later on a climactic event will play … Continue reading Dark Timber
I grew up hunting. It was hunting with my father and his friends that sparked my interest and current love for nature, outdoors and the mountains. I feel the experience of learning to hunt is one that creates conservationists out of hunters. As such, I feel it valuable and educational to share about what goes into a hunt and what one is exposed to through that experience. I hope this and future stories help to bridge the gap between hunters and non-hunters.
Walkabout Saturday 24 March 2017 Forsythe Canyon, Roosevelt National Forest, Boulder County, Colorado Time 1035 Elevation – 7,844' 50F, mostly cloudy, light breeze I find my spot on a rock after having hiked the area of Forsythe Canyon and Twin Sisters Peaks for the last few hours. Ironically I can throw a rock to my … Continue reading Walkabout – 2017.03.24