First Elk Hunt

First Elk Hunt

Do you folks like to hunt? I know my family does. We enjoy the outing and will often make a week long adventure out of it. Hunting time makes great memories and helps put food on the table and in the freezer. I was raised to use as much as the animal as possible and try not to have any waist. This is a way that we can all HONOR mother nature and the animals in God’s Creation.

I have a friend named Joseph that is 13 years old. Joe is a great kid and from day one I have always been impressed with how he has treated others. I have always witnessed from him a kind smile and a helpful hand. You can always tell the character of a young man by how he treats his momma. And I have always seen him love and respect his parents. That’s a good man for you.

Joseph is the oldest of the children in his family and lives with them in the country. He is a typical teenage country boy who loves to explore, hike and make sure he has his shooter with him to get rabbits with. I was even blessed to be given one of his rabbit hides to play with for one of my creations. Woo Hoo! It’s good to have friendly country friends.

I have 3 young boys and Joe and his younger sisters are always so willing to take them out to play in the dirt piles and make sure they stay out of the cacti. Being great friends with him and his family, I always try to support Joseph and his sisters by watching them in their extra curricular activities in school. I can’t help but to always root and be proud of Joe and his siblings in all that they do. Keep it up Joe!

Joe was so excited to get his first elk this last year. Yay! He saved the ivory teeth from it and came to me and asked if I could make him something from them. Of course! Plus he knows how much I love to play with new items and I love a challenge. He didn’t care what I made him. So he gets to be surprised. Hope you like them bud!

I made one into a necklace for him so far. Click Here to see the tutorial.

Making something like this to remember a great hunt, especially your first elk, that’s an awesome remembrance!

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