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Deer Hunter’s are you ready?

Many families have tradition’s that include hunting; an enjoyable experience shared and passed down from generation-to-generation.  Too much is lost over time, too many experience’s shared by multiple generations, have been forgotten. Hunting can be a great way to bridge the gap between the younger, and older generation, and many times allow two, three or four generations to share in a days event, or a seasonal event, at the same time, creating memories that last lifetimes!  For under $10, recording those memories has never been easier or cheaper to ensure they are never forgotten!

Two log books to choose from:

8-1/2″ x 11″: https://amzn.to/2D0zF0K

8-1/2″ x 8-1/2″: https://amzn.to/2QZhvze

Track and record valuable deer hunting experience in this durable, high quality, seasonal log book. Easy and convenient fill-in-the-blank and check box entries. Fits perfectly between most seats and center consoles in hunting vehicle. Book spine has space to write “year” and “area hunted” for the most avid of hunters. Record all details of hunting trips, from training dogs during deer hound training and chase season, youth deer hunt, archery season, muzzle-loader season, and firearm season. Record individual group hunters, dog names, dog collar colors, G.P.S. identification numbers and beep-beep frequency identification numbers. Specify area hunted, weather conditions, location animal harvested and field notes. Works by Cheryl L. Bradley consist of, “Heather’s Pets”; “Haden: The Littlest Bear”; “Good Morning Sun Shine”; “Potts Mountain Memoirs”; “Potts Mountain Kitchen”; “Beef and Hay Agricultural Record Book”; “Hay Agricultural Record Book”; “Bear Hunter’s Log Book”; “Deer Hunter’s Log Book” and various journals, diaries, notebooks and workbooks.

Categorised in: 2018, Amazon.com, Appalachian Traditions, Deer, Dogs, faith, Hobby, Home, Hunting, journal, Play, tradition, Uncategorized, wildlife

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