A great quote I found by Edward Sandford Martin comes to mind on this thanksgiving day: Thanksgiving Day comes, by statute, once a year; to the honest man it comes as frequently as the heart of gratitude will allow.
Thanksgiving is a time where families and friends come together and give thanks for all they have while eating a lot of food, hiking it off in the mountains while hunting afterward and then topping off the evening by relaxing while watching football with a cold beer in a recliner and chit-chatting with friends and family about time spent hunting. Well, at least that’s how some people celebrate…
How ever YOU celebrate Thanksgiving this year, just know that the MORS crew wishes the best for you and your family today and every single day of the year every year. We are very thankful to have you as our listeners of the Montana Outdoor Radio Show and also to have you as online supporters of montanaoutdoor.com! Congratulations to all of you that have filled your freezers, and good luck to all of you that are still on a mission to fill yours!
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