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I have hunted almost everyday of my life...
The rest have felt wasted...
This is a picture of Logan and a Fallfish from a river in WV.
Logan and a few Marines that were stationed with him in DC.
Logan with a doe he harvested at home, while on leave from NC. It was taken with a Knight .50cal black powder inline.
Logan with a coyote taken with his Savage .308 during late Dec of 09.
Same coyote, just finishing out the set, and making sure none of his buddies are going to show up.
Scott with another tom.
Scott and Logan building a pole barn behind the house. We have a portable saw mill, so the majority of the lumber is tulip poplar. Native wood from our property.
Scott teaching Logan how to shoot a recurve. All the Indian braves are wearing this type of loin cloth now days.
Scott with one of his many whitetail bucks taken from the farm in southern IN.
Logan's first deer age 9. Taken with a youth model .50cal percussion cap muzzleloader.
Logan with the first coyote he ever called in. He used a rabbit in distress mouth call and took him with a Yugoslavian M48A Mauser.
Scott and Logan skinning out a whitetail.
Scott puts out a garden every year and sometimes its a family effort.
Putting the siding on the barn. For the first year or two the untreated lumber will have a nice glow to it. But, soon will turn a rustic gray. The mental image of an old homestead and barn.
Logan with a gray squirrel taken with a
A red fox Logan harvested. Fox are predators too.
Scott with a tom he harvested with his Mossberg 835 12ga. on an IN Spring Hunt.
A figure 4 deadfall trap Logan made (just for practice) while camping in VA.
David and I with a mess of bluegill and couple crappies caught out of the Fromme farm pond.
Scott with his 18 pointer, it scored 198 Boone and Crockett.
Scott and Logan bracing the uprights to the barn.