During these tough times for many, I am fortunate enough to have a career that pays well. By no means am I wealthy, but live a middle-working class lifestyle. I live in the suburbs, about an hour north of NYC. I have a second home with land in upstate NY where I do most of my hunting, but also do alot of bowhunting around my primary home on both private and public land. I am not an extravagent spender, pretty much have everything I could need for hunting, but usually mangae to buy something new every year as an upgrade.
I am fortunate to have a very loving and supportive wife, who encourages me to get out as often as possible to hunt, because she knows how much it means to me. Due to our newest addition to the family this past July, I would say TIME is my biggest setback. Juggling a career, family obligations, a newborn and everything else made it difficult to get out much this past season.