Elk Horns on The Mule and ten days in the saddle hunting big game in the Rocky Mountains is an adventure story you won't soon forget. This is not a story about high fence hunting but rather fair chase wilderness hunting with wide open spaces and exceptional views of the Rockies.
This is the story of a big game hunt in North Western Wyoming traveling the steep mountains densely populated evergreen forest and grassy meadows.
Try to imagine life in the mountains sleeping in a tent on the rough ground among the bears and wolves and traveling on horses and mules through the twisted Taurine. I am excited to share with you the many challenges experiences fears and memories I had along my journey.
This story will make you feel like you are there with me experiencing the thrills drama fears and unsurpassed energy of this outdoor adventure. Hunting big game will root itself in the soul. It is a fine sport and well respected among avid sportsman and women.
This adventure changed my life and I hope it will change yours. Everyone's been criticized a time or two. Or maybe you've been told not to do something because someone said you're not qualified. Or maybe it was because of your gender. The question that comes to my mind is do you believe it? That's how life used to be until I made the decision to step out of comfort zone and take a chance on the unknown. Multiple criticisms and manipulative actions and behaviors can leave you feeling unsure of yourself. Fear can cripple the mind.
My story has an exalting influence for anyone ready to take on a challenge beyond their expectations. This is an intriguing story that will give you the power to believe in yourself first and identify your inner negative war of thoughts that rob you from living in the moment.About Author
Krystal A. Krause grew up in central Wisconsin in the town of Appleton. Population 85 000. Graduated from East High School. Stayed in Appleton for several years before moving to Oshkosh Wisconsin while rearing children and working at Bemis cooperation.
She has a daughter Wendy (Wendy's husband Ryan) and a son Dean(Deans wife Heidi).
She ultimately moved to the small town of Iola Wisconsin. She and her husband Carl have four grand-children Emily Heidi Jackie and Emily.
Krystal is grateful for the time she has spent traveling and enjoying her family. She has many happy memories to reflect on from the years spent with her family and friends.