Excellent outdoorsman and executive chef Randy King, who wrote a cookbook full of recipes to be used for cooking. Wild Game took his youngest son hunting for the very first time and created some great memories. David Sparks, Sportsman's Spotlight. Speaker2: We had a great moment that I'd like to share with you. We were walking through the sagebrush and he likes to read fantasy novels and books and stuff like that. And he talks about the books that he reads or the book that he's writing a lot. And so he's talking with me about this plot point in this book that he has. And I turned to him. I'm like, Hey, man, we really need to pay attention to what we're doing when we're hunting instead of talking about books. He's like, Well, what do you do when we're walking through the desert hunting? I turned and looked at him and was like, I think about where the deer are. And then it was like a movie scene. I was like, Just like that deer over there. And I point at the little two point buck that's standing there just kind of staring at us, and my son just kind of freezes. He's like, Oh my gosh. And it just really I could see the moment strike in his brain of, Oh, I should be paying attention more in the woods and not just let dad handle things. Because then at that point, he was like, Oh, if I'm paying attention, my chances of success go way up. And then at that point, he actually ended up harvesting that buck. Get him down off the mountain. Got some wonderful photos where he's got the couple of quarters in his backpack and he's struggling. My favorite pictures of my kids are when they've got backpacks full of deer because they put in the time and effort and had the joy and now they've got to work to retrieve it. Some of my favorite memories ever are with them like that. Speaker1: As Randy passes on a tradition and a way of life.