This is where our meat comes from, we are proud bow hunters and this morning, I accomplished something I've been working towards for the past 2 months (over 40 days of hunting averaging about 15 hours each day). I successfully just completed a double turkey grand slam in a single season, with a bow, all on film. It pushed me further mentally than anything I have ever experienced thus far in my four years of bow hunting. But it was all worth it. Beyond worth it. It's the most organic meat on the planet and the only TRUE free range, steroid, hormone, and drug free meat on the planet. Hunting is not all about the kill. In fact, that's like .05 seconds of the whole thing. It's about watching the sunrise, hearing the song birds wake up with the forest, watching wildlife, and if you're lucky- being in the right spot at the right time. It's so rewarding to eat what you kill. There are four sub species of turkeys in America (Eastern, Rio, Merriam, and Osceola) and a grand slam means I harvested all 4. And I did that twice this year with my bow across five different states (Florida, Nebraska, Kansas, Missouri, and Ohio). I'm so grateful to all of our friends across the country for offering to take us hunting and extremely grateful for me husband who has taught me so much and always gives me the option to shoot first.
PS- I have an entire blog on my journey as a hunter and all the good that hunters do: sarahbowmar.blogspot.com 💚💚💚