Call me cheesy, but I’m a firm believer in the idea that “being country” is less about where you were born or even where you live and more about how you live and where your heart lies. As a child, I wasn’t raised in a “country” environment. I was a little suburban kid growing up in a housing tract in Southern California. I had a BB gun and a recurve bow that I would play around with while wearing my Davey Crockett coonskin cap. But, for the most part, things like camping, fishing and horseback riding, while encouraged, were always more along the lines of fun vacation activities rather than a regular occurrence.

That brings us to the present day… and a new me. After what seems like an entire lifetime, I’ve finally left the city behind and have taken off, with bow in hand, to explore what the rest of this country has to offer and dive into the deep end of this world of hunting.


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