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Come Far Pilgrim

Meta learning for the mountain hunter

Meta Learning: "the process by which learners become aware of and increasingly in control of habits of perception, inquiry, learning, and growth that they have internalized". Maudsley, 1979

Learning the Hunt

Hunting How To
Wildlife and Habitat
Tuning and Shooting
About Me

If only, I knew then what I know now. I hate that saying, it speaks to time lost, maybe even time wasted.  A better saying to live by is: work hard at learning what you don't know. 


If we are lucky and stay healthy, we can hunt big game for 55 years. Which means I am close to the midpoint. I look back and embrace the things I have learned over that time. But, I always stop on a question: Why did it take so long?

This blog is subtitled meta-learning for the mountain hunter. The intent, easily digestible knowledge at everyone’s fingertips. Twenty plus years of trial and error, boiled down into a two to three minute read or video. I hope this can help people become better hunters now, the clock is ticking.

If you make a mistake in the outdoors, learn from it. The next time, when an opportunity presents itself, and you don't repeat the mistake, you have #comefarpilgrim

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