Outdoor Life

A NEW BREED

My father and I began hunting elk together in the ’70s, and the camps from those days feature heavily in our favorite memories. We’d leave in the dark and return in the dark, hunting hard and often in solitude. Before twoway radios, self-sufficiency was critical.

Now, at 71, I have become the old man in elk camp, which has

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