Hunter ByramSeptember 24, 2014
The outdoors is my escape from the social world. The outdoors has always been a peaceful way to for me to relax and be myself. Mother Nature helps out when I need some time to think and be on my own. The quiet and calmness is what gets to me the most while I’m out there exploring the woods, whether it be hunting, fishing or just taking a walk. The outdoors has always been a peaceful and stress relieving way for me to relax and be who I am. Mother Nature helps me out when I just need to get away and have some time to think on my own. The quiet and calmness is what gets to me the most while I’m out there exploring the woods whether it be while I’m hunting, fishing, or just taking a walk. I was raised in a family that has the same belief about the wilderness. My parents and grandparents have shown me the ways of the outdoors and I have learned many lessons for life from both my parents and while I’m in the outdoors. I believe that the outdoors is a way of connection to family and friends and the wildlife that lives inside it. I have spent most my life hunting and fishing because that’s who I am. I have learned many lessons while I have spent numerous hours in the woods, such as how to track wild life, what plants not to touch so I don’t get poison ivy, and what wild berries I can eat without getting sick. Over time these could be very successful traits to have in case of an emergency that could happen in the future. The traits would also be a valuable thing to pass along to my children in the future. Patience is a trait that is always learned in the outdoors. The time you have while you’re sitting in the woods hunting for wild game is hard to describe. You’re in the woods before the sun rises and don’t come out until the sun comes down. You must to have patience to wait for that trophy deer to come along for that perfect chance. Another lesson you learn...
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