a reply to: ogbert
Not a bad idea, set it up so anyone who wants to hunt can come along. even work out a way to raise funds to help cover the travel cost.
Nice setups would be easy to spot and shoot from on top of those.
Ya, i remember the clay from when i lived in Tx and GA growing up. Stuff is crazy when it gets water.
2wd is not a issue though, here in montana, very few have 2wd trucks. if its not a 4wd its not worth buying,
esp hunting up here in the mountains where a lot of the time you are pushing the snow out of the trail with the front and hood of the truck. no way
id take a 2wd in the hills here, the old logging roads are nothing fancy, but the trails that go off from them are hardly enough to call a road, 4wd
is a must.
Never know, things may change in time and if i can get it up and going, you may be able to join us one day.
im in no shape health wise got a surprise diagnosis 4 years ago, since then life has changed for me in a big way.
Docs said i should of been dead last year, but so far im beating the odds, and working on ideas to help others.
Who knows what time i have left or how i will be doing, but not going to let health keep me caged up, i am going to live each day and do my best to
make the world a little better place.
One step at a time. I have a few projects i am working on, one is getting land and building mini houses for the homeless, i hope to end homelessness
in montana in 5 years. Who knows if i will reach that goal, but its one i have set for my self.
my other is i am starting a small at home paint shop , do graphics on bikes, cars, what not. the kind you see in magazines, skulls real flames,
something to release my creative side while paying for its self. Still have to save up some cash to order the paint i need, which is not cheap, then
i will start advertising around here.
I am planing on eventually combining all of them into one, and hopefully teach the ones who live in the tiny village how to paint, thus giving them a
job and a future.
One step at a time, one day at a time. Big goals, but one needs goals to accomplish things.
Live for today, for no one is promised tomorrow..