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very deer camp needs at least one colorful character as a part of the core group. We actually have more than one, but there is one member that is really the soul of our group, Mr. Carver. In 1990, I invited a family friend whom we had met at church to join us on our annual pilgrimage to the deep woods to pursue deer. Our group was still a bit fluid and had not really jelled into the cohesive group that it would later become. Mr. Carver, at the time, was in his mid 50’s, he had never hunted, but loved to camp. He enjoyed the stories of our outings and eagerly jumped at the opportunity to spend a 3 day weekend camping in the woods. He didn’t own a gun but was able to borrow one. Mr. Carver is a lifelong educator, a beloved faculty member of our local vocational school where he counseled, encouraged and helped place the students in jobs with much greater salaries and opportunities for financial gain than his own chosen career offered. For him, it was a labor of love, a true calling to help prepare future generations for life and community leadership. He was also an elder of my church, but certainly not judgmental or pretentious in his convictions. He was easy to be around and I felt he would benefit from the opportunity to commune with nature and we would all benefit from his company. A few of our group knew him but most did not. Some of the more colorful characters of our group were perhaps a little rough around the edges, but some of the best men I have ever known. I brought my 10 year old son along, not to hunt, but to start learning how it was done. He was big enough to sit with me and was eager to be around these men.[/custom_font]