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  • melissaortiz7777 - Melissa Ortiz @melissaortiz7777 6 hours ago
  • @steveortiz7777 brought home a gorgeous buck yesterday and I couldn’t be more proud. What a huge amazing bounty. This is what he had to say about it: “Yesterday was the last day of the 2018-19 deer hunting season in the county I hunt in and I was able to accomplish something I’ve been trying to do since I was a kid: I killed a massive, older age class buck. I really love hunting and it’s a lot of work all year long, but when it comes together like this, it’s more than worth it. I appreciate the outdoors and nature deeply and being out there and being a part of the ecosystem is rewarding in multiple ways: obviously the bounty of all the fresh venison, but also the peace and tranquility that being out in nature offers. I’m also saddened when I think about this beautiful animal that I killed. He was a strong, intelligent, amazing being and had he made it one more day, he’d still be out there. I don’t take for granted the lives we as hunters take. But I love the benefits of obtaining my own meat by my own hands and I feel that if you’re a meat eater, you should at least have to think about the mortality of the animals we eat, if not look one in the face before you eat it. I don’t mean to get all preachy about it. But when I have an experience like this, it is very emotional. This has been my best deer season ever. I started out with a wild pig, then managed to kill two does, and finished the season by catching up with this awesome buck. These memories will live forever. And I hope to be able to continue hunting like this for many, many years to come.” #hunting #whitetaildeer #muzzleloader #lateseason #trailcamera #husband @steveortiz7777 brought home a gorgeous buck yesterday and I couldn’t be more proud. What a huge amazing bounty. This is what he had to say about it: “Yesterday was the last day of the 2018-19 deer hunting season in the county I hunt in and I was able to accomplish something I’ve been trying to do since I was a kid: I killed a massive, older age class buck. I really love hunting and it’s a lot of work all year long, but when it comes together like this, it’s more than worth it. I appreciate the outdoors and nature deeply and being out there and being a part of the ecosystem is rewarding in multiple ways: obviously the bounty of all the fresh venison, but also the peace and tranquility that being out in nature offers. I’m also saddened when I think about this beautiful animal that I killed. He was a strong, intelligent, amazing being and had he made it one more day, he’d still be out there. I don’t take for granted the lives we as hunters take. But I love the benefits of obtaining my own meat by my own hands and I feel that if you’re a meat eater, you should at least have to think about the mortality of the animals we eat, if not look one in the face before you eat it. I don’t mean to get all preachy about it. But when I have an experience like this, it is very emotional. This has been my best deer season ever. I started out with a wild pig, then managed to kill two does, and finished the season by catching up with this awesome buck. These memories will live forever. And I hope to be able to continue hunting like this for many, many years to come.” #hunting #whitetaildeer #muzzleloader #lateseason #trailcamera #husband
  • @steveortiz7777 brought home a gorgeous buck yesterday and I couldn’t be more proud. What a huge amazing bounty. This is what he had to say about it: “Yesterday was the last day of the 2018-19 deer hunting season in the county I hunt in and I was able to accomplish something I’ve been trying to do since I was a kid: I killed a massive, older age class buck. I really love hunting and it’s a lot of work all year long, but when it comes together like this, it’s more than worth it. I appreciate the outdoors and nature deeply and being out there and being a part of the ecosystem is rewarding in multiple ways: obviously the bounty of all the fresh venison, but also the peace and tranquility that being out in nature offers. I’m also saddened when I think about this beautiful animal that I killed. He was a strong, intelligent, amazing being and had he made it one more day, he’d still be out there. I don’t take for granted the lives we as hunters take. But I love the benefits of obtaining my own meat by my own hands and I feel that if you’re a meat eater, you should at least have to think about the mortality of the animals we eat, if not look one in the face before you eat it. I don’t mean to get all preachy about it. But when I have an experience like this, it is very emotional. This has been my best deer season ever. I started out with a wild pig, then managed to kill two does, and finished the season by catching up with this awesome buck. These memories will live forever. And I hope to be able to continue hunting like this for many, many years to come.” #hunting #whitetaildeer #muzzleloader #lateseason #trailcamera #husband
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