If you don’t have a sweetheart to share your Valentine’s Day with this year, you could follow suit of a lifelong coyote hunter. Not only does this hard-hearted, thick-skinned, silver-haired manly man hunt coyotes without a distress call, he actually goes to where he knows they will be and successfully finds them. Years of tracking the dogs has paid off for this guy.
According to an article posted on www.outdoorlife.com, this old timer hangs up his rifle every year on Valentine’s Day “even though he said it was traditionally the single best day to call in these rut-season coyotes”.
The way he sees it, “Every critter needs one day to be themselves. One day to tend to their business without risk or fear.” He gives the coyotes Valentine’s Day.
I suppose that is one way to give some love on Valentine’s Day…or something like that? Either way, whatever works for him–it is cheaper to not hunt than it is to buy flowers and chocolates. Rock on, old timer!
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