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I arrived at camp with anticipation and wonder It was my first hunting experience and I personally knew nothing about killing deer I considered the image of me taking an animals life Would I feel guilty if I had the opportunity to shoot the gun that lay encased at my feet My grandpa ruffled my hair and chuckled at me while asking me to help him unload the truck Maybe my grandpa a true hunter had once pondered similar sentiments As the other men and I unloaded the last cooler of food I thought hear I am one of the guys-ready for action- ready for this right of passage There were moments of waiting I thought of the warm comfortable trailer as the cold mornings breeze struck my face The fog was an obstacle to my sight but it felt warm to my bare face As the horizon began to glow with bronze sun rays the minuscule water drops danced over the grass creating a landscape full of natures rainbows The rotten wood that served as my stool had slimy moss growing on it and it smelled much like a dog after a romp through a creek I accepted the uncomfortable position I was in because now I was a hunter Most of the shivers that ran through my body were not because of the cold but from the excitement and anticipation of seeing the big buck I was crippled in my desire to be still and quiet while I wanted to vociferously shout out all my nervous tension The stillness of the woods was shattered when the first gunshot was fired by an adjacent hunter I cursed in envy that another hunter was so lucky I wondered if his shot was successful Did he get the big one The warmth of the rising sun began to melt the frost that lay upon the trees A curious
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