A Hunting We Did Go Part 9 by Lloyd Antypowich
Approx. 2,820 words.
Published on November 25, 2012 by
Hunting is ingrained in me; as much a part of me as breathing and moving. I learned to love the outdoors and appreciate the skills of being a hunter from my father’s knee. He hunted for survival; that was how he provided meat for his family. When I was four years old, Charlie Pisis, a Cree Indian who was my father’s friend, gave me a bow made out of willow and some arrows.