It's been a long past couple months interviewing for jobs all over the nation trying to find something permanent with zero luck. I've spent every afternoon after work for applying for new jobs or writing new cover letters. My job here with Colorado Parks and Wildlife is only nine months temporary. I've been working with them since January after guiding all fall for an outfitter in Craig, Colorado for Elk and Deer. I'm taking care of a variety of ungulate and predatory animals. If any of you are out this way and would like to see the facility while I'm still here feel free to contact me! Shed season was slow this year and I was only able to find around 115 sheds (not all pictured) total this season with only three elk sheds after hiking a little over 525 miles. I'll probably end up going out a few more times this season, but, only for short 5-10 mile walks instead of 20 Last weekend was busy, I ended up heading up to Wyoming to fish with my buddy and ended up buying a turkey tag thanks to Coronavirus for extending the season. Brought an intern from work and he ended up missing a bird, but, he caught his first walleye and smallmouth. He's from Louisiana and amazed with all the public land opportunities here out west and lack of people hunting/fishing. I ended up getting a Merriam's, catching a 31" Northern, a few 16" Walleye, tons of Black Crappie, and a Carp.