Raise them outdoors

go4steelhd

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I am lucky enough to have a wife and son that enjoy the outdoors. My son is six years old now and I have taken him hunting since he was one. I try to set up a few days of hunting each year in areas he can tag along, learn, find success
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, and become the next generation of hunters.

Feel free to post any family hunting adventures in this thread. The more that contribute the better the thread will be.


I will share a lot of photos I took over the last few years.
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RELH

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Sallaberry, take that pronghorn and mount it upside down to a plaque and mount it on the wall in his bedroom for him to hang his coat on.
He will want to go with you more and look for some more horns.
RELH
 

Sallaberry

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Sallaberry, take that pronghorn and mount it upside down to a plaque and mount it on the wall in his bedroom for him to hang his coat on.
He will want to go with you more and look for some more horns.
RELH
Maybe next time the in-laws dog got a hold of it and had it chowed down.
 

OutdoorWriter

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Not hunting, but this is my youngest son Scott who was more into fishing. He's now 56 yrs. old. These are all circa mid-to-late1960s

At Big Lake, Az.

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This one is Puerto Lobos, Mexico. My wife told him not to get too close to the water.

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My oldest son & daughter at Lake Mead...


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Both sons at Vallecito Lake, Colo.

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Oldest son & I at Big Lake.

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The whole crew camped at Big Lake...

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