Greetings to all, I am humbled with a righteous pride to serve the Fort Buenaventura mountain men as treasurer and will do all I can to fulfill my duties and help to fund the vision of our mission statement. I am committed to sharing my experience and knowledge of buck skinning with any and all interested individuals. I have been a woodsman my whole life, served in the USMC and have a bachelor’s degree in finance. I long distance hike and have hiked the entire Appalachian Trail, and canoed in Algonquin Park, Canada and the Northern Forest Canoe Trail. I’ve traveled the world extensively including nine countries in Africa as well as many tropical environments where I have been able to learn many primitive skills from a host of indigenous peoples. I enjoy sharing and learning so whenever possible I hope we can get together on a trek, at a buck skinner day or at a rendezvous and buckskin. I love the fur trade era with its history and determination for self-reliance.
As always,
Your most humble and obedient servant,

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