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Had the opportunity this morning to take my two oldest out to walk some gameland. One of the benefits of homeschooling
.My daughter just got her junior license, and my son will be a MY this year. Although we didn't see much deer sign, we did spot a lot of turkey tracks. Overall, it was a great morning just talking and hiking with my kids in the great outdoors. This will be only my third year of hunting, but I have grown to love the peace and stillness of the woods. Perhaps this will be the year I finally fill a tag, but I anticipate making a lot of memories with my kids even more.
 

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Went yesterday with the wife and our three boys to one of our local parks. The youngest just stayed in the stroller but the two older ones had a blast. They were running all over the place. Throwing rocks in the little stream that was there, picking up sticks, standing and looking over bridges, checking out all the big oak trees on the property.

This weather is perfect for taking the family out on hikes.
 

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Been walking the woods for 60 some years and haven't gotten tired of it yet.. Very fortunate to live in an area that offers plenty of opportunity to visit different sgls, state parks & forests. so much to see and so much to learn..

Keep those kids walking & enjoy your times together.
 

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timberdoodle said:
Been walking the woods for 60 some years and haven't gotten tired of it yet.. Very fortunate to live in an area that offers plenty of opportunity to visit different sgls, state parks & forests. so much to see and so much to learn..

Keep those kids walking & enjoy your times together.
I am right there with you in years and past experience with the woods. I couldn't agree more with your advice either.

Kids that spend a lot of time in the woods learning about the things they see and do there are going to have better root and also a better life than those that grow up learning the ways of the city.

I applaud all parents who help their kids share in those experiences.

Dick Bodenhorn
 
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