We have been on a number of deer hunts this season but this one would be different. This hunt would bring us down from the deer stand where we normally spend the morning and up close and personal with our prey. It was our first ground assault.
Well, its that time of the year again when you start seeing folks making their New Year’s Resolutions and we here at Free Range Family are no exception. I like to make resolutions that are not only meaningful but attainable and this year we are naturally adding hunting and family related to the mix. We’d be delighted to hear about yours as well so feel free to share if you are so inclined.
We’ve been a Free Range Family for about a year now and already we have come across a few examples of how history and hunting can be closely tied or at least can be linked together without too much of a stretch. You just have to keep your eyes open for opportunity and I’m sure you’ll find a few historical […]
A December 12th editorial titled Rethink youth hunting in the Pittsburgh Tribune by PETA research specialist Paula Moore could not go without commentary from the editorial staff at Free Range Family. I would have responded directly to the author but there was no comments field on the post. While she doesn’t make reference to her PETA affiliation until her tag-line, […]
If you are like us, you may have already started a collection of hunting books, even if you have only been hunting a short time. I know that months before our first wild turkey hunt this past spring we read several books on the subject just to start getting an understanding of this elusive critter. We have a special room […]