When some of their sons started to have a hard time academically, it was a time of angst. The change into a bigger setting made it even more difficult. And you still have the bitterness of how it was done. It was done summarily and quickly and without recourse. And that left a very, very bitter taste.
That's something that anyone can do in their back yard. It's a great way, if you have a limited amount of time, to bring animals to you.
It's pretty amazing, if you start getting into it, how you can tell what an animal was doing when it was at a particular place at a particular point in time.
It's one of those things, you can read all you want, but until you actually put your nose to the dirt and spend time at it, you're not going to be able to track across all mediums. You have to put the dirt time in.
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