You have heard the quote “Not my circus, not my monkeys”, well I embrace my monkeys and claim ownership of this outdoor circus. I’m proud to be their ringleader. One thing I will always strive on is for us to teach children to love the outdoors. It takes a lot of patience and time to teach children to love hunting. How do I know this?
Huntress. What comes to mind when you hear this word? Does it stir up a sense of pride, or possibly evoke a feeling of anger? Such a simple word with such a simple meaning, yet one that can make quite an impact. I have read a couple of articles in the past year or two which stated that women who hunt hate being called a
Are you looking for the perfect hunting buddy? Or, maybe you’ve already found them. Either way, here are a few of the qualities we think are essential for that perfect relationship: HAVE GOOD SPORTSMANSHIP Being a good sportsman or sportswoman is a key ingredient. Keeps you both safe, and responsible. KNOWLEDGE The more you and your buddy learn, practice and share together the better. Whether
We have all heard Fit is the new skinny. This is true. It is possible to be skinny but not fit. Why is it important to be fit as a hunter/Huntress? Elevation, packing, hiking, pulling back your bow, and any obstacles that may get in your way! My why….. I have always felt it important to be fit as I am a mom of active
INGREDIENTS 1 lb ground venison 1 small onion, diced 4 to 5 medium potatoes, peeled and cubed (may use more or less depending on desired amount) 1 packet of Lipton Beefy Onion soup mix (or other brand) Water DIRECTIONS Brown ground venison in large skillet. Add diced onions, potatoes, and soup mix. Add enough water to completely cover all ingredients. Bring to a boil, then