I was just reading a story on the local news website about how U.S. troops in various locations throughout the world could, with a smartphone app, photograph elements of terrain where they would be conducting operations (or a specific mission), send those photos in to a digitizing group and have those images incorporated into "location specific" camo that would work better than the standard issue camo they traditionally wear. This is technology at its best. Now, for the purposes of hunting, wouldn't it be nice to be able to photograph location specific shots and/or elements, send those in and have a customized camouflage set show up at your door a week or two later. A really nice use of technology...proud to say that the innovative folks who developed this are right here in North Carolina! Fantastic job and way to go!
I believe that history and heritage are valuable, and that gentility among people is still the "currency of the realm." I believe in the solid principles that have been passed down from generation to generation; that there is value in a man's word, that there is goodness in the hearts of all men, and that a knowledge of the woods, fields, lakes, rivers, oceans, and the creatures and crops we find there, makes us better stewards of God's amazing earth!