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Rob’s Reloading Ramblings - A bit of hill time

By Rob Bedingfield
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The grin on my grandson’s face after shooting his first red deer will remain etched in my mind, as will the memory of my son with his first duck. Nothing is more rewarding than hunting with your kids as they grow up. Unfortunately, life is loaded with people attempting to kick the confidence out from under us.

 

To dare to be an individual and run against the collective grain is fraught with knock-backs, but I believe that individuality is one of our most important assets and should be respected. Jordan Peterson (psychologist) says that life is tough and that you should stand up straight and tidy your room before trying to put the world right.

 

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