Just hunting with friends. Typically, you know, over time, we've all kind of learned together. And as the years have gone on, we've all become more successful. The guy I hunt with up in Big Three. He's been around hunting for probably 40 years or something like that. So I've learned a lot from him over the last couple seasons. Going out there and doing that, it's all you. Nothing can really be taught all that well, you know. You got to get out and experience it for yourself. Nobody can really tell you what the hunting experience is like. First time I went hunting and I just assumed we were all just going to walk into the woods and hunt for 30 minutes and we were all going to get an animal and it was going to be great. And we were all gonna fill the freezer. And I came to learn that it's a lot harder than that. You got to be able to understand what the animals are doing and where they're going to be and why they're going to be there. And it's been tough. You go through trials and tribulations where you wonder why you even do it.
But it's all better the day you fill that tag and all better when you have a delicious elk steak or something akin to that. No. Yeah. Yeah. One of which I might add, he shared with me.