I figured that before fall gets crazy, I’d get back on the ‘ol blog and check in with you guys. It’s horribly cliché to say this, but where does the time go? It seems like just last week that I was blogging about show season and as I sit down to type this, I realized a whole summer had past and I’m heading into the first hunt of the fall – it seems like time continues to speed up and not slow down.
Just a few weeks ago, we had Jeff Wayne, from the Outdoor Channel, come out and visit us for a fly-fishing tip down in the Wind River area. The fishing wasn’t as hot as planned due to the constant flow changes, but needless to say, we caught some fish, had heavy laughter, and strengthened an already great working relationship. Jeff is a great guy and I’m continually amazed at the wealth of knowledge he has when it comes to TV.
So here we are, just a few days away from a caribou hunt in Quebec and it almost seems surreal. Here I was in the last blog talking about shows where we talk about hunting, and now I’m blogging talking about actually going hunting. I know that I should be more excited than I am, but I have about 100 fires to put out before I can even start to think about this hunt. I started to arrange my gear last night, but my phone rang, worked called and that was about as far as my hunt planning has gotten. Once I lose cell service and have nothing but Tundra on my feet, I’m positive I’ll switch into “huntin’ mode.”
Well, that about does it for now. I’ll try and get back on here when we get back from Canada…hopefully with a few racks in tow. Until then, take care and good luck this fall.