Guiding hunters for a living allows me to get up close and personal with God’s Creation. To sneak up within 7 steps of a wild boar is probably too personal! What a beautiful animal and experience.
I pulled some pics off a motion-sensor camera today. The forest is lush and green. A beautiful backdrop for 3 does and a fawn. They are a reflection of God…His beautiful Creation.
An important part of wildlife management at my hunting lodge is game cameras. The game camera is in a small box that straps to a tree. A motion sensor triggers the came to capture an passers by.
Pulling the SD Card to view all the pics is like opening a Christmas present. The cam captures the beauty of wildlife and God’s Creation.
I have been guiding hunters in South Carolina for 18 years now. Hunting Guide would be my professional title, but I think “Memory Maker” is more appropriate.
There is nothing more gratifying than to see a youth hunter harvest his first animal. Chase Bullard and his dad were in camp last week for a hog hunt. From the beginning, the 16 year old was quite anxious.
The memory was made when Chase made a fantastic shot on his first wild hog. He was ecstatic, as was his dad. It’s a sweet moment that we will all never forget.
The Congress Ave bridge in downtown Austin is home to 1.5 MILLION Mexican free-tail bats.
I stood on the bridge with a thousand people last night before dark and watched them roll out like a tornado. The city embraces the bats as they are a popular attraction.
The event left me awestruck. It was beauty and power in flight. While the bat is a scary looking critter, I’m left to wonder at God’s Creation.
In Austin, Texas for a few days at the National Charter School Conference. No time to squeeze in a hunt. Something about The Lonestar State that makes you proud to be an American.
I’m not a Texas Longhorn fan, but always loved Earl Campbell back in the 70s. He won the Heisman Trophy at Texas and would RUN you over in a minute. I ate at the Earl Campbell Sports Bar yesterday. I’m at the Vince Young Steakhouse today…former QB for the Longhorns.
Today is a special day….Father’ Day. We recognize our DADS for all they have done for us. I am fortunate to have a Dad that provided for the family and loved unconditionally. He was right there in the stands for all my ballgames. I am who I am because of him.
I also understand that some of you did not have a father present in your life. Take comfort in the fact that we all have a Heavenly Father who loves us. He is Father to the fatherless. We are blessed.
Wheels up. My flight is ready for take off to Austin, Texas. Cowboy hats, boots, and brisket….I will fit right in.