My youngest grandson (12 y/o) got his first deer today. It was a doe but they eat better than horns. My problem is this…...
He wore his hunting clothes, bright orange from head to toes, all the way from College Station, TX to Mcmillan, Texas in deep south Texas, maybe 200 miles. He ate breakfast in a restaurant in hunter orange top to bottom. They went to a private ranch, climbed up into a tower blind. Big box 25’ in the air wearing his orange. Killed his deer and they went home with him still in his orange cap, vest, shirt, leggings and boots. Monday he’ll go back to school wearing his camo shirt and cap. What’s the deal with this?
Does anyone else find this strange or funny? I wrote my son and he posted pictures of himself, his wife and my grandson all wearing orange (looked like the Syracuse football team) and mom and dad didn’t even hunt. I am glad they are taking him to do manly things and I am proud of Caleb for getting his first deer. But I can’t help laughing about this deal with the clothes.
I welcome comments especially from hunters.
-- I am going to go stand outside so if anyone asks about me, tell them I'M OUTSTANDING!