Friday, January 19, 2018

PRO STAFF/INSTRUCTOR SPOTLIGHT: Learn more about Firearms Instructor Rebecca King


Pro Staff / Instructor Spotlight:  We asked Rebecca King a few fun questions. Pro Staff / Instructor Spotlight is designed to help you get to know our awesome team of Pro Staff / Instructors a little better. Rebecca lives in Oklahoma and is an avid competitive shooter and firearms instructor with SLG.

Are you a competitive shooter?
Yes, I am.

What types of matches do you participate in? 
I participate in 3-Gun/Multigun the most. I also shoot some USPSA (action pistol).

What types of firearms do you shoot competitively?
I shoot an AR-15, a 12 gauge shotgun, and a full size 9mm semi-automatic pistol.

If you could only shoot one what would it be?
It’s a tough decision, but I would have to choose the pistol. It is a tool I am comfortable and confident with, which serves a dual purpose of recreation and defense.

How did you get involved with competitive shooting?
I’ve always been competitive by nature, so I started with the Winchester/NRA Marksmanship Qualification program competing against myself and moving up the ranks. That gave me a desire for more and I went to my first action pistol match in 2010. 

How long have you been shooting competitively?
Technically for seven years, because I’ve shot a handful of pistol matches back in 2010, but I’ve really only been serious about it for three years. I fell in love with 3 gun in the fall of 2014. 

What shooting skill would you like to master?
I’d love to master my long range rifle skills.

What’s your biggest shooting challenge?
Honestly, my biggest shooting challenge is my budget. Whether you are a serious or leisurely competitor, there are costs involved and 3 gun can be a pretty expensive sport.

What would be the most amazing competitive stage that is still on your bucket list?
I’d love to shoot Blue Ridge Mountain 3 Gun Championship at Rockcastle in Kentucky.

What’s the hardest lesson you’ve learned?
Don’t let a stage ruin your match. Everyone has a bad stage and dwelling on what you did wrong, or targets you missed, will not help your mental game. Shake it off and move on as quickly as you can. 

What could you give a 40-minute presentation on with absolutely no preparation?
Pistol parts, operation, and fundamentals of shooting.

NON – SHOOTING RELATED 

What do you like most about the SLG shooting trailer?
We have travelled coast to coast in our great country and we’ve met women of all shapes, sizes, colors, abilities, and backgrounds, with an equally diverse set of emotions. Some are excited, apprehensive, curious, or afraid. I am so proud of the women who trust us to help them conquer their fears. What I like most about our trailer is the privilege to be a part of that positive experience for them, and to see them walk out with that huge smile on their face.

If you didn’t have to sleep, what would you do with the extra time?
We always make time for what is important to us. So, I’d probably fill it with more of the same. Or, maybe I’d finally organize that closet I’ve been meaning to get to.

What hobby would you get into if time and money weren’t an issue?
I’d travel the world. I’d go to Asia, Europe, Africa, South America, and every national park in our own backyard.

What non-shooting related .. do you wish you knew more about?
I’d like to learn more about forging and blacksmithing. My son got into it a little while ago and it’s fascinating to me. 

What are you interested in that most people haven’t heard of?
I love logistics. The best example is event planning and all the details involved in making it happen. I have a checklist for everything. It’s one of my quirks.

What’s the farthest you’ve ever been from home?
I’ve been to Asia: Japan, Hong Kong, Singapore, and Thailand.

Where do you usually go when you when you have time off?
I go home. I love being home with my family.

Who inspires you to be better?
My children inspire me to be better. It’s a huge responsibility to raise the future.

What are three interesting facts about you?
I’m a Navy veteran, I enjoy riding motorcycles, and I can say the alphabet backwards as easily as I can say it forward.

What is your biggest fear?
My biggest fear is something unthinkable happening to someone I love.

If you could only eat one meal for the rest of your life, what would it be?
That’s easy. It would be breakfast cereal.

List two pet peeves
People who are habitually late and people who don’t pick up after themselves.

Which of the five senses would you say is your strongest?
Smell.

One thing that not a lot of people know you love to do?
I love Morse Code. I know it’s old school and a little nerdy, but occasionally I will listen and copy code on my computer at home, just because I can.

Mountains or Beach?
Mountains


Friday, January 5, 2018

PRO STAFF/INSTRUCTOR SPOTLIGHT: Learn more about Firearms Instructor Jessica Fisher

Pro Staff / Instructor Spotlight:  We asked Jessica Fisher a few fun questions. Pro Staff / Instructor Spotlight is designed to help you get to know our awesome team of Pro Staff / Instructors a little better. Jessica lives in New Mexico and is an avid hunter and firearms instructor with SLG.


If you could only hunt in one season which one would it be?
Any small game season – they are long and there is lots of shooting opportunity.

I started going hunting before I could hunt. My brother and I tagged along with our dad way before we were old enough. When I was 12 and passed my hunter education class in Oregon I started deer hunting. I hunted a lot of years before I successfully harvested my first mule deer. Public land hunting in the west is so different than whitetail hunting from a stand. My favorite place to hunt was in Eastern Oregon with my family and friends. Since my family and I have moved in different directions, out of Oregon, I haven’t found my new favorite place or season.

What do you hunt for?
I have lived in New Mexico for almost seven years, since moving here I have taken up small game hunting – upland birds and waterfowl. I hope to someday harvest a NM bull elk and maybe an Oryx – I hear they taste really good.

What hunting skill would you like to master?
I would like to become skilled at reading animal behavior. Where will they be and why?

What’s your biggest hunting challenge?
The challenge I have right now is shooting proficiently. Right now I am practicing on the clay range so I will stop missing with my shotgun in the field.

What would be the most amazing hunting adventure that is still on your bucket list?
I wouldn’t say that I have bucket list hunt, but I would love to be able to hunt with my dad again. I also would like to see my nephew harvest his first animal. I know a lot of people have a bucket list hunt, I would love to go with someone on their dream hunt – just to be a part of something fabulous. Personally for me – this is super simple sounding – but I would like to take a turkey with a bow.

What hunting skill do you wish you knew more about?
I wish I knew more about game calling and how and when to do it.

What’s the hardest hunting lesson you’ve learned?
Selecting good hunting partners is a hard lesson for some. I have been lucky or maybe just that picky in selecting who I hunt with. This is one the things we really stress in hunter education – just because someone is your friend does not mean they will make a good hunting companion. Ethics, skills and safe gun handling are important characteristics I look for – and having a dog.

If hunting was no longer an option for you what would you do with your time?
Go to the shooting range. I enjoy shooting as much as I enjoy hunting. I get as much satisfaction out of breaking a clay as I do harvesting a dove. The clays don’t taste as good though.

What could you give a 40-minute presentation on with absolutely no preparation?
I do this frequently when I teach hunter education classes. I cover safety, parts of the firearm, and eye dominance. I never follow a script and the presentation just rolls off of my tongue. I am very passionate about safe firearms handling.

How many pairs of hunting boots do you own?
Two pairs of boots but sometimes I wear my regular old Keens hunting. Do I count my waders?

What style of hunting are you most passionate about?
I am very involved in getting new hunters in the field with my 8 to 5 job, so I am passionate about small game hunting for new hunters.

NON – HUNTING RELATED

What do you like most about the SLG shooting trailer?
I love having a first time shooter, who is a little or a lot timid about firing a gun and after their first shot thy have a great big smile on their face and say “that was fun!” The controlled, safe,  environment allows women to try something that they thought they would never do for a variety of reasons – one being fear. When a first timer overcomes that fear because I and SLG were able to help them it is very rewarding to me.

If you didn’t have to sleep, what would you do with the extra time?
What kind of question is this! I love to sleep. But if I didn’t have to I suppose I would travel and spend more time with friends and family.

What hobby would you get into if time and money weren’t an issue?
I would open a shooting range and make it free to all women and children – and some men. I guess that is “work” not a hobby. Racecar driving! I love to drive and feel the need for speed.

What non hunting related skill would you like to master?
Fly-fishing – I feel like a fish out of water. Some people can make it look so graceful and I am just lucky to not hook myself or the bank or someone else or a tree.

What non hunting related .. do you wish you knew more about?
Music – while I played clarinet in the band in school; I am not very musically inclined. I think being tone deaf has something to do with that.

What are you interested in that most people haven’t heard of?
I love to read. When I was a kid and in college I hated to read – maybe it was the assigned reading that I didn’t like. I like to read historical fiction and biographies.

What’s the farthest you’ve ever been from home?
Puerto Varas, Chile

Where do you usually go when you when you have time off?

I usually go to see my family in Alaska, Oregon and Michigan.

Who inspires you to be better?
The director of my agency – she is tough, charismatic, compassionate, intelligent, a fighter, a great mother and an incredible boss.

What are three interesting facts about you?
I am a cancer survivor.
I didn’t ever want to leave my hometown, but I am hundreds of miles away killing it.
I am tall for my height – I think this is a mental thing. I rarely feel as short as I am.

What is your biggest fear?
Being alone in the dark, especially outside or in new, uncomfortable places.

If you could only eat one meal for the rest of your life, what would it be?
Pizza… you can change the toppings!

List two pet peeves
Tailgaters and ignorant social media post – learn to spell!

Which of the five senses would you say is your strongest?
Smell! I can’t stand stinky things like trash – maybe that should be one of my pet peeves.

Mountains or Beach?
Mountains!

Anything else you would like to add?
A lot of these questions are about hunting, which I love to do, but I do not consider myself to be a big time hunter. I think Shoot Like a Girl is about so much more than introducing women to shooting to become hunters. Hunters are an intricate part of the North American model and we need hunters – new hunters especially. To me shooting is a great pastime, an empowering activity and a skill that everyone should have. Be safe and have fun!

Friday, December 29, 2017

PRO STAFF/INSTRUCTOR SPOTLIGHT: Learn more about Firearms Instructor Amy Ray

Pro Staff / Instructor Spotlight:  We asked Amy Ray a few fun questions. Pro Staff / Instructor Spotlight is designed to help you get to know our awesome team of Pro Staff / Instructors a little better. Amy lives in Georgia and is an avid archer, hunter and firearms instructor with SLG.


If you could only hunt in one season which one would it be?
Big Game out West

What’s your favorite location to hunt?
Colorado

Who introduced you to hunting?
My husband Scott

What do you hunt for?
What ever is in season .. all year around..

What hunting skill would you like to master?
Bow hunting. I have not got the opportunity to harvest an animal with my bow.

What’s your biggest hunting challenge?
Finding the time and the finances to participate in all the hunting I would like to pursue.

What would be the most amazing hunting adventure that is still on your bucket list?
Hunting big whitetail in Canada…

What hunting skill do you wish you knew more about?
Archery Elk Hunting

What’s the hardest hunting lesson you’ve learned?
Making the right decision on when to shoot and when not to shoot on whitetail deer… using proper trophy management

If hunting was no longer an option for you what would you do with your time?
I would still spend time outdoors camping with my family.

What could you give a 40-minute presentation on with absolutely no preparation?
Introduction to pistol shooting

How many pairs of hunting boots do you own?
More than 10.. I am embarrassed to say..

What style of hunting are you most passionate about?
Spot and Stalk on big game

NON – HUNTING RELATED

What do you like most about the SLG shooting trailer?
I love seeing the new shooters overcome their fear and their smile and confidence with they finish shooting with us.

What hobby would you get into if time and money weren’t an issue?
Gun Smith and building custom rifles

What are you interested in that most people haven’t heard of?
I’m a geologist and I like to collect rocks and fossils

What’s the farthest you’ve ever been from home?
Izmir, Turkey

Where do you usually go when you when you have time off?
The Woods

Who inspires you to be better?
My Children

What are three interesting facts about you?
1) I’m President and Owner of The Sisterhood of the Outdoors. You can learn more about it at www.sisterhoodoutdoors.com
2) I create over 160 opportunities per year for women to hunt
3) I volunteer for the local Juvenile court system as a panel member for foster kids in my area.  We review cases for the Judge to ensure all the case plans are progressing and make recommendations to the court.

What is your biggest fear?
Grizzly Bears
If you could only eat one meal for the rest of your life, what would it be?
Elk Burgers
List two pet peeves
Tapping noises
Rude People

Which of the five senses would you say is your strongest?
Hearing

Mountains or Beach?
Mountains

Friday, December 22, 2017

PRO STAFF/INSTRUCTOR SPOTLIGHT: Learn more about Firearms Instructor Jamie Meyer

Pro Staff / Instructor Spotlight:  We asked Jamie Meyer a few fun questions. Pro Staff / Instructor Spotlight is designed to help you get to know our awesome team of Pro Staff / Instructors a little better. Jamie lives in Oklahoma and is an avid firearms competitor & firearms instructor with SLG.

Are you a competitive shooter? Yes

What types of matches do you participate in? Mainly pistol, rifle and shotgun. USPSA, 3 Gun, Steel Challenge, NRA Action Pistol

What types of firearms do you shoot competitively? Pistol, Rifle & Shotgun

If you could only shoot one what would it be? Shotgun

How did you get involved with competitive shooting? I started with just self defense training. Then it was recommended to me by a good friend that I should try competitive shooting. I was hooked after my first match.

How long have you been shooting competitively? About 6 years total off and on

What shooting skill would you like to master? Trap/Skeet shooting

What’s your biggest shooting challenge? Getting time to practice

What would be the most amazing competitive stage that is still on your bucket list? I would love to go to the Rockcastle Shooting Center in KY and shoot the 3 man 3 Gun team match.

What’s the hardest lesson you’ve learned? Realizing that I needed to focus my shooting on one style of competition and not several at a time.

What could you give a 40-minute presentation on with absolutely no preparation? Competitive shooting basics covering what to expect at a match as well as gun and gear options.

NON – SHOOTING RELATED

What do you like most about the SLG shooting trailer? Having the opportunity to help women from all walks of life learn how to shoot in a stress free environment.

If you didn’t have to sleep, what would you do with the extra time? Spend more time with family, and my fur babies!

What hobby would you get into if time and money weren’t an issue? Ship wreck diving

What non-shooting related skill would you like to master? Knife & Axe throwing

What non-shooting related .. do you wish you knew more about? Dog sport training

What are you interested in that most people haven’t heard of? Reclaimed furniture

What’s the farthest you’ve ever been from home? Bonaire

Where do you usually go when you when you have time off? Home and spend time with family.

Who inspires you to be better? Family, & friends

What are three interesting facts about you? I’m a Firearms Instructor. I’m an Advanced Scuba Diver and used to help teach classes. I love turtles.

What is your biggest fear? Failure
If you could only eat one meal for the rest of your life, what would it be? Ribs
List two pet peeves People who don’t practice what they preach. People who are cruel to animals.

Which of the five senses would you say is your strongest? Sight

One thing that not a lot of people know you love to do? Scuba Dive

Mountains or Beach? Beach

Friday, December 15, 2017

PRO STAFF/INSTRUCTOR SPOTLIGHT: Learn more about Archery & Firearms Instructor Sloan Williams

Pro Staff / Instructor Spotlight:  We asked Sloan Williams a few fun questions. Pro Staff / Instructor Spotlight is designed to help you get to know our awesome team of Pro Staff / Instructors a little better. Sloan lives in North Carolina and is an avid archer, hunter and  archery & firearms instructor with SLG.

If you could only hunt in one season which one would it be?
Archery Deer – That’s my quiet solo time

What’s your favorite location to hunt?
Kansas – Came to Kansas to hunt for the first time when I was 9 years old and fell in love with it!


Who introduced you to hunting?
My dad – Went hunting with him for the first time what I was three years old



What do you hunt for?
Dove, Rabbit, Deer, duck, turkey, bear.. anything in season where I am

What hunting skill would you like to master?
Get better at calling – Deer, Ducks and Turkey

What’s your biggest hunting challenge?
Patience – Staying committed to a stand location in the deer woods

What would be the most amazing hunting adventure that is still on your bucket list?
Mule Deer

What hunting skill do you wish you knew more about?
The timing of when to grunt and rattle in the deer woods

What’s the hardest hunting lesson you’ve learned?
Being two selective on deer and missing great opportunities on quality whitetails.

If hunting was no longer an option for you what would you do with your time?
That’s a very had question. Probably live in misery and boredom. I would have to still do something outdoors.

What could you give a 40-minute presentation on with absolutely no preparation?
Dog training – I run S&S Outdoors a full time dog training facility in Cleveland, NC? You can find it at SandSOutdoors.com

How many pairs of hunting boots do you own?
3 and 2 sets of waders

What style of hunting are you most passionate about?
Archery

NON – HUNTING RELATED

What do you like most about the SLG shooting trailer?
I love the moment that ladies come in that have never shot before.. That look that they have after they execute their first show and they are literally glowing with excitement.

If you didn’t have to sleep, what would you do with the extra time?
Spend more time with friends and family.

What hobby would you get into if time and money weren’t an issue?
Off shore deep sea fishing

What non hunting related skill would you like to master?
Fly Fishing

What non hunting related .. do you wish you knew more about?
Bass Fishing

What are you interested in that most people haven’t heard of?
I love to drag race

What’s the farthest you’ve ever been from home?
Oregon

Where do you usually go when you when you have time off?
The woods

Who inspires you to be better?
My relationship with God and my parents

What are three interesting facts about you?
1) Full time owner and dog trainer at S&S Outdoors
2) You have owned and ran your own business since you were 20 years old
3) I have a retrieving and blood tracking Jack Russell

What is your biggest fear?
I’m afraid of snakes

If you could only eat one meal for the rest of your life, what would it be?
Steak and Tatters
List two pet peeves
1) Rude people
2) Slow drivers in the fast lane

Which of the five senses would you say is your strongest?
Sight

One thing that not a lot of people know you love to do?
I love the sight of a retriever that is excited about their job.

Mountains or Beach?
Mountains

Friday, December 1, 2017

PRO STAFF / INSTRUCTOR SPOTLIGHT: Learn More About Archery / Firearms Instructor Suzi Greenlee

Pro Staff / Instructor Spotlight:  We asked Suzi Greenlee a few fun questions. Pro Staff / Instructor Spotlight is designed to help you get to know our awesome team of Pro Staff / Instructors a little better. Suzi lives in Tennessee and is an avid archer, hunter and a archery & firearms instructor with SLG.

If you could only hunt in one season which one would it be?   There is something magical about archery deer season to me!  The leaves are changing and putting on a show of beautiful colors, and the crisp cool fall weather is my favorite.

What’s your favorite location to hunt?  Ohio and here in East Tn.

Who introduced you to hunting?  My husband.  I’m a Louisiana girl so growing up in “Sportsman Paradise” it came natural to me.  I have a lot of family that hunt too.

What do you hunt for?  Deer and turkey mostly.  Predator hunting is on my to-do list though.  I enjoy the thrill and challenge of hunting.

What hunting skill would you like to master?  Harvesting a turkey with my compound bow.

What’s your biggest hunting challenge?  Getting up at 4am.  I am not a morning person, I prefer evening hunts.    My husband would probably say I am directionally challenged.

What would be the most amazing hunting adventure that is still on your bucket list?  Going back home to Louisiana and being able to go on a gator hunt.

What hunting skill do you wish you knew more about?  Calling in turkeys or mastering a duck call.  Also bowfishing.  I believe there is always more to learn no matter what you are doing.

What’s the hardest hunting lesson you’ve learned?  Patience mostly.  And that it’s ok when things don’t always go as planned.  Don’t dwell on the “what if’s” or “could have” or “should have” moments.

If hunting was no longer an option for you what would you do with your time?  Honestly probably work, but I would like to think I would travel more.

What could you give a 40-minute presentation on with absolutely no preparation?  How to safely and properly handle a firearm.  Or anything to do with preparing to hunt, archery hunting, ethics of hunting, etc.

What style of hunting are you most passionate about?  Archery no doubt.

NON – HUNTING RELATED

What do you like most about the SLG shooting trailer?  Being able to meet some amazing women as we travel all over the country!  I love it most when they come in and have little to no experience with a firearm or compound bow and they are a little hesitant and unsure of themselves, and then getting to watch their faces light up when they are able to accomplish something they didn’t think they could do!  The trailer itself is the mack daddy, bomb diggity experience and we are all so excited to be a part of the SLG mission.

If you didn’t have to sleep, what would you do with the extra time?  Spend time with family, relax, read, travel etc.  Try and live every moment with purpose and meaning.

What hobby would you get into if time and money weren’t an issue?  I have such a gypsy soul.  I think sailing the Caribbean would be amazing!

What non hunting related skill would you like to master?  Playing the piano again.

What non hunting related .. do you wish you knew more about?

What are you interested in that most people haven’t heard of?

What’s the farthest you’ve ever been from home?  England on a business trip.

Where do you usually go when you when you have time off? During the summer you will find me on the lake.  When I have extended time off I usually go home to Louisiana or Disney World.  I’m kind of a Disney fanatic…no let’s be honest, I am a Disney fanatic.

Who inspires you to be better?  Goodness, first and foremost Jesus Christ.  My son and husband.  And myself I suppose, I try to be a better person than I was yesterday.

What are three interesting facts about you?
Three random facts about me:
1.  I am on my 6th Jeep Wrangler… so far.
2. I love researching my heritage and ancestry.
3. I can get lost in a good movie.  And when I have time, usually late in the evenings, I enjoy binge watching time period shows from the 16th century.

What is your biggest fear?  Losing loved ones, or them not knowing how much I love and cherish them.

If you could only eat one meal for the rest of your life, what would it be?  If calories and clogged arteries didn’t matter it would be a good hamburger and fries.  And Snickers!  I’m certain chocolate candy bars are a major food group in Heaven.

List two pet peeves.  People that tailgate, and I don’t mean at football games!  When someone is rude or mean to someone else.  Be kind y’all!

Which of the five senses would you say is your strongest?  Sense of smell.  It used to be my sight, but I am over 40 now and anyone over 40 knows what that means!  Hahaha!  You won’t find me without a pair of readers nearby.

One thing that not a lot of people know you love to do?  Having quiet time alone.  Whether it’s at home cooking a pot of gumbo with the windows open and jazz playing, being on my pontoon boat watching the sunset, or taking a ride in my Jeep with the top off and music playing.  I enjoy clearing my mind and getting lost in the moment.

Mountains or Beach?  Any body of water!  Lake, swimming pool, beach, river etc.  Water calms my soul.

Anything else you would like to add?  Life is so short, so try new things, go new places!  Find your joy and live your life to the fullest!

Friday, November 17, 2017

PRO STAFF / INSTRUCTOR SPOTLIGHT: Learn more about archery instructor Stacy Sissney

Pro Staff / Instructor Spotlight:  We asked Stacy Sissney a few fun questions. Pro Staff / Instructor Spotlight is designed to help you get to know our awesome team of Pro Staff / Instructors a little better. Stacy lives in Oklahoma and is an archer, hunter and co-host of His & Hers Outdoors.

If you could only hunt in one season which one would it be?
Spring Turkey Season. It’s very near and dear to my heart. It was what I cut my teeth on. There’s nothing like hearing the woods come alive in the Spring

What’s your favorite location to hunt?
Love being able to hunt in Oklahoma because it’s close to home but there is something special about hunting in Texas.


Who introduced you to hunting?
My husband John. Always wanted to hunt growing up. John really encouraged me to shoot and hunt as a way to spend quality time together.


What do you hunt for?
Every season. If there is a season for it.. we are normally out there hunting.

What’s your biggest hunting challenge?
Staying in shape due to physical limitations.

What would be the most amazing hunting adventure that is still on your bucket list?
Elk and Mountain Cat

What hunting skill do you wish you knew more about?
Practice with duck calls

What’s the hardest hunting lesson you’ve learned?
Mistakes and bad shots happen. You just have to do your best to recover the animal you made a bad shot on. The hardest feeling as a hunter is no matter how much you practice sometimes bad shots happen.

If hunting was no longer an option for you what would you do with your time?
I really don’t know..

What could you give a 40-minute presentation on with absolutely no preparation?
Introduction to archery

How many pairs of hunting boots do you own?
4

What style of hunting are you most passionate about?
Archery

NON – HUNTING RELATED

What do you like most about the SLG shooting trailer?
I love the look on the women’s faces when they never shot before and they realize they can shoot and its nothing to be afraid of.

If you didn’t have to sleep, what would you do with the extra time?

What hobby would you get into if time and money weren’t an issue?
I use to love crafts and quilting

What non-hunting related skill would you like to master?
I have always wanted to start bee keeping. I have never done it but it definitely intrigues me.

What are you interested in that most people haven’t heard of?
I love to cook. I have tons of cookbooks.

What’s the farthest you’ve ever been from home?
British Columbia

Where do you usually go when you when you have time off?
Back home to visit family in Wisconsin

Who inspires you to be better?
Mason my daughter

What are three interesting facts about you?
1) I have two different color eyes
2) My birthday was on Cinco DeMayo
3) TV co-host, in 8th season, started it because we were filming hunts and wanted to put something out there. We realized it was a lot harder than we realized it would be. Check it out at www.hisnhersoutdoors.com

What is your biggest fear?
Extreme heights.. I do not like driving over bridges
If you could only eat one meal for the rest of your life, what would it be?
Steak and Baked Pototo
List two pet peeves
Lazy people & sometimes get mild road rage from slow drivers

Which of the five senses would you say is your strongest?
Taste

One thing that not a lot of people know you love to do?
Watch football

Mountains or Beach?
Mountains

More facts:  I am on the board of my local  SCI Chapter and are very active in NWTF