I love this time of year in the Carolinas, cool mornings, early sunrises, and chasing those "Thunder Chickens".
It is a great time to be outdoors. The art of the chase far exceeds that of the harvest for me. To have an adversary built for survival with eyesight 3 times that of humans, just getting close to these birds is a God send. Adding to the "adventure" is a bulky power chair, quad hands, and attempting to move stealthily after a wild beast. This all causes me to give thanks even more for each unique opportunity to be in nature. I have learned to utilize good hunting strategies like a hunting blind to be able to camouflage both myself and my chair.
It may be small potatoes to some, but I give praise daily for my non-profit organization, ROARs©, calling on getting people with physical disabilities back outdoors. It is like the old adage says, "helping one person might not change the whole world, but it might change the world for one person".
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