The subject of this story is a true modern day sportsman. He is an avid hunter, trapper, fisherman and genealogist. He hunts and fishes for birds, most kinds of critters and people. On his fathers side of the family he has Native American ancestors so he practices conservation methods at many levels, as is his heritage. He spends quality time with his family and with them finds the opportunity to pursue his inborn instincts and interests. Few can match his ability to cast a plug, lay a fly line or shoot a shotgun and rifle. He operates a boat or canoe with the agility of his Indian ancestry. He lives in this modern world but he carries his ancestry with him each day. While traveling on his job he has made friends all over the country. He is known to carry a fly rod with his brief case in the summer months and a shotgun in the winter months. If someone says, "Let's go fishing" or "Let's go hunting after work," he's ready. He prefers to spend evenings doing the things he enjoys rather than sit in a hotel room or a tavern. He raises and trains various breeds of dogs and horses and competes in various events principally with Beagles, Coonhounds, Foxhounds, Bird Dogs and Tennessee Walking Horses. He enjoys fine fly rods, casting rods and shotguns. His wife is his best friend, partner, hunting and fishing companion. . She's a businesswoman and saleswoman. She is an understanding mother and an excellent cook and homemaker. She spent many years working in the insurance field where she excelled in most facets of the insurance business. She is very active in service organizations. She sews, makes and designs garments and gifts for members of the family. She has been awarded the Grand Champion Seamstress two different times at the State Fair. Owning a motor home for many years, they travel to visit family, friends and to pursue their acute interest in genealogy, hunting, fishing and various spectator sports. Let's travel with them now for one-day outings as well as some activities that will require several days.