Emerging From Hibernation with a Status Report
Hunting season has seemed like a bit of a far off dream for me. I was able to get out early in the season, but with everything that has been going on and then getting sick, I simply have not had the opportunity to get back out. Normally this would make me sad or anxious, but I know that while hunting is awesome, it isn’t everything for me. My family and my own well being come first. Now that I am getting better, it’s time to look at the maps again and make a plan!
Today is the last day for my tag in D14. I wish the hunters that are out there the best of luck and continued safety. For me it is tag soup, but it’s all good. I have my A31 tag still jumping in my pack waiting to be filled. I have some friends who are eager to get me out hunting with them and I am excited about that.
I am excited about the updated on X Hunt maps and the new layers they have built into the system. I’ve check it out and I am stoked to see how far they have come and how awesome their system really is. I am really looking forward to trying it out while in the national forest and see truly how powerful it is. How many of you are using the new system?
Some reviews are coming up that I can’t wait to share with you. Here are a few topics that might pique your interest. Optics: Vortex binoculars and Vortex rifle scopes. I have reviews coming on both that I am very excited to share. The Bass Pro Rangemaxx shooting bench table is a system I have been testing (see first image) and using for the last six months. I have also been testing out SneekTec Fleece Boots. I am impressed with both, and I will be sharing my 100% honest opinions of both. I have some firearms gear to share about, too. Simple things that I have been holding off writing about for nearly 10 months as I wait for CA legislation. I’m not waiting any longer and will be writing up my thoughts.
2017 has been quite a year. This blog has been going strong for seven years, but this year it took a bit of a dip. I won’t say I have lost my love of writing. Instead it feels more like a change in focus and priorities. Without feedback it is difficult to grow. This blog may change soon into something more than bowhunting. Will I continue to write? Sure I will. I may even do more seminars and post about them. I honestly do not know what will happen. I know that I will pray on it, listen to God’s will, and continue to live life to the fullest. Have a great week everyone.
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November 12, 2017 at 11:51AM