“Remember, it’s not hunting, it’s the hunter. Men don’t hunt for sustenance anymore. We hunt for the anthropologists’ reason—as a piece of human ritual. I hunt for the pleasure of forests and fields, companionship, for what my son can learn about lives foreign to his own. I hunt to experience the moment of heightened acuity that modern life seems to dull. I hunt to experience the story.”

Walt Harrington
The Everlasting Stream, 2002