Re: Starting the little ones out right
You have hit the nail on the head. A lot of people do not realize what the young ones are really capable of if they are just taken time with and tought properly.
My grandson was telling me the differences between deer tracks, and pointing out rubs and scrapes at age 3. My duaghter was the same way. They were just exposed to it from the get go and it has been a part of their life always.
I am constantly hearing folks tell me they can't wait till their kid is old enough to go fishing or hunting, only to find out that they are almost in their teens. Seems somewhat sad to me being brought up the way I was, when you could keep up you went out with the older folks. When you could hold the rifle steady on a rest it was time to start shooting. Start small and work up, take it slow and make it fun and not long and boring. Let them take their time and it will sink in for sure.
Keep up the good work, you definately have more than enough credentials for the job.
Mike / Tx
"Heck why would I lie, most folks don't believe the truth when I tell them"