How are you doing?
Are you, like us, ready to see 2020 in the rear view mirror?
Here on the Powderhorn it was easy to forget about what most of the rest of the world was faced with daily, the knowledge that life isn’t what it used to be.
Living far from town, we escaped the drama most of the time, but, not all of it.
Some of you were able to get away to this pristine valley and rest and rejuvenate.
Some of you lived vicariously through our posts on social media and this website. Some dreamed of future hunts and some actually have made the plans.
Now winter is here and the last evening of this unforgettable year is almost gone.
For many, the bull on the right is closer to how it feels to have survived this last year; broken.
And yet, it also symbolizes what is to come; a new opportunity to shed the old growth in anticipation of the new growth.
something to look forward to in this brand new year.
We might not be able to control the circumstances we find ourselves in, like these elk, but unlike the elk, we do have the ability to operate beyond the instinctual habits of animals.
We are hopeful of a time of peace this next year.
Praying for continued freedoms to work and worship and choose our recreation.
Happy New Year from us at Mineral Mountain Outfitters.
Shannon Roy, wife of Greg Roy, co-owner of Mineral Mountain Outfitters. Outdoor enthusiast who is a wife, mother, granna and friend, and most of all a Believer.