There are a few times during a year that you slow down and truly think back to the good ole' days of hunting. Each year, one of those days is the opening day of firearms season in Missouri. This day takes us back to our respective roots of family hunts, traditions, community, fellowship, and down-right fun! Those days were simple and often humbling when you look back in time recalling those memories.
During this week's hunting podcast, we sit down with Adam's old friend, Cody McCleary to recall stories and memories for old times sake. It is a tradition to cook breakfast at the cabin each opening morning. Neighbors, friends, and family come to enjoy biscuits, eggs, bacon, sausage, and hashbrowns while everyone tells of the morning hunt. Sitting around that table with too much food makes for great conversation discussing how times have changed and stories from hunts back in the good ole' days.
We step into a world during the podcast that will take you back to hunting when things were simpler. Where wind direction was an afterthought and any legal mammal was fair game! Take time to remember your first hunt. Give that experience to someone else this season! Enjoy.Learn.Share! #ForLoveoftheLand