Well shoot, I guess I can spill the beans. :mrgreen:
I'm 27, an account executive for a real estate software firm out of Fargo, ND. I reside and work out of the home in Bismarck, ND. This keeps me on the road around 70 days/year.
I also own/operate a string of outdoor websites (like this one), as well as retail sporting good sales, web solutions and everything that goes with it online.
With all that I somehow still manage to hunt waterfowl around 50 days/year and I just returned from a week in Saskatchewan...I gotta have the most understanding wife around.
I'm producing a waterfowl hunting video and already have 6 hours of footage since September. It'll include early season Canada's, field hunting mallards, slough hunting, Saskatchewan hunting (snows, specks, ducks), late season mallards on the Missouri River, late season Canadas and of course, spring snows. This has fueled a new addiction for me as I spend more time trying to get the perfect shot instead of shooting (I got a neck banded ross on film almost land on the blinds last Thursday).
So I guess I can say I'm on the go a lot. Plenty of time to sleep when I'm dead. :thumbsup:
Thank you to the moderators for helping keep me sane. :yes: