Wednesday, December 2, 2015

Happy Thanksgiving, Merry Christmas and Happy New Year


Thanksgiving
Thanksgiving
I want to start off by saying, I hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving filled with family and laughter around your dinner table.  I also hope you made time to get in the woods or on the water and enjoy the creation that God has richly given to us.


Merry Christmas
Christmas
Secondly, I want to wish each of you and your families a Merry Christmas.  I know where I came from in my life and where I am today.  The difference between those two points has and always will be Jesus.  He is the answer to all that ails me.  He completes the greatest desires of my heart.  He is the loving Father I always wanted.  If no one has ever told you, then let me have the privilege, you are His favorite son or daughter too!  He is the true gift of Christmas.

Freedom 6x6
Freedom 6x6
Lastly, 2016 is upon us.  As we close out 2015, we have much to be appreciative for.  Handicapped Outdoors is now a non-profit and has partnered with Jeff Warren and the Dream Hunt Foundation in helping provide tools for those kids to get in the wild and have the sheer joy of hunting.  We will be partnering with other organizations in the near future.

2015 also brought the donation of an all terrain wheelchair called the Freedom 6x6.  We have just figured out how to put a Caldwell Tree Pod on it so I can now quite easily overcome the thick, wet environment of Louisiana.  So, the future does indeed look very bright.

We also want to thank our incredible sponsors Bass Pro Shops and Long Range Alley.  Their support has been incredible.

Happy New Year 2016
New Years
This is the final blog for 2015.  I will be spending the rest of the year with my family and recharging my soul.  There are also 6 deer tags that I have yet to punch!  I will be back in January with some fresh articles.  It will be here before you know it.  Be blessed.  Spend time with your loved ones.  Get out there!  It's not called the great outdoors for nothing you know?

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