First of all, I am thankful for God. I’m thankful for all that He has given me. I am thankful for the wonderful family that he has given me which taught me many important things in life especially to value the outdoors and cherish all of the little things in life. I am thankful for my beautiful wife who shares the love of the outdoors and who enjoys some of the same passions in life with me. Lastly, I am thankful for the land that we live in and the men and women who protect it. If it weren’t for them, I wouldn’t be able to live in this great country that God has created. Happy Thanksgiving!
I am thankful for my family, my friends and the men and women who fight for my rights everyday! So often we take all these things for granted only to wake up and have nothing! I love the thought of my family being there to welcome me at any given time and my friends being there the same! The armed forces for whole heartedly and fearlessly fighting any and all who oppose my freedom! For the outdoor family that has welcomed me by either having me as a prostaffer or have so graciously asked to sponsor me! I support thanksgiving by saying Thank You to all of you!!! Without each other we have nothing!! Most of all I’m thankful to the Good LORD above for giving me breathe, life and everyone I’ve ever met!! YOU ALL are THANKSGIVING!!!!!!! Thank you for allowing me to be a part of you and your lives!!!
What I am thankful for is my family, friends and those who are serving to protect our rights as outdoorsman. Thank you to each and every one and I wish you all a safe and Happy Thanksgiving!
I love Thanksgiving! It’s a time for me to reflect on every way I have been blessed. I am thankful for my 2 wonderful and healthy sons. Although they are young, they still have a strong desire to be outdoors and they enjoy learning about hunting, fishing, and sports. I am thankful for my wife who allows me to enjoy the outdoors and is still there when I return from hunting or fishing trip! I am also very thankful for my father-in-law. Six years ago he was diagnosed with Stage 4 brain cancer and he was given a life expectancy of up to 6 months. Over the 6 years he has gotten to know his grand kids and taught me a thing or two about running the farm. The cancer is finally catching up to him and his days are numbered but I am so thankful for the “extra” 6 years he got to be with us. Finally, I am thankful that I have the opportunity to hunt and fish and for the time I get to spend outdoors with family and friends.
Too often people relate happiness or wealth to personal possessions and I’m guilty of it also. I am certainly thankful for my beautiful collection of guns and bows as well as all my hunting gear and even my Chevy Silverado. However what I am truly thankful for cant be measured with money. I am blessed to have the best father and sister I could ever ask for. I am thankful for them more than anything as well as my friends. I am also thankful for the days I spend in the woods and water. There is nothing like watching the world come alive as deer wander through the timber and ducks cup their wings into my spread. Finally I am thankful that I live in the greatest country in the world where I can enjoy all these simple things that make my life what it is. God Bless America. Happy Holidays
I would like to use this time to count all my blessings, my loved ones are counted twice. J I’m thankful for having such a loving and supportive family. By family I mean my God given and those that I chose (aka my dear friends). WE are quite the herd! We have our health and each other, both intangible things that cannot be labeled with a price tag. I’m blessed to have work and more especially to do what I love in an industry that I truly believe in. I love everyone I get to work with! I’m blessed to have such an incredible ProStaff Team whom offers support, encouragement and wisdom. I am thankful for our troops, law enforcement and firefighters and this beautiful country that I choose to reside in. I’m blessed to be a part of a wonderful community. I’m blessed with a cheerful home filled with life and prosperity of knowledge. Looking from the outside in, I’m one lucky girl to have so many wonderful things in my life and for that I am very grateful. Wishing you a lovely and blessed holiday season from my home to yours! Happy Thanksgiving everyone!
We never thought we would be so sad to see one of our decals on the news. View Fox 4 KC’s touching story about U.S. Army Specialist Spencer Duncan who tragically lost his life last week in Chinook helicopter incident in Afghanistan. We are so grateful for his service to this great country, and for his ultimate sacrifice to protect our freedom and safety. Our hearts and prayers go out to the soldiers, their families, their friends and everyone whose lives he touched. Spencer Duncan attended school locally at Olathe South High School. We were so touched to see so much of the local community stand for Spc. Spencer Duncan at this memorial. What incredible friends and family he has. Thank you so much for sharing his story with the rest of the community.
To all the soldiers – active, reserves or retired – CollegiateCamo wishes to say thank you for your service to our great nation. We appreciate you for all you do to protect our country, its citizens, and our rights. You are our finest and bravest, and we cannot thank you enough for your voluntary service.
The least we on the CollegiateCamo team can do is support our troops in camo both stateside and abroad! Please accept our most humble thanks and take 10% off your entire order. Just enter the code SOLDIER at checkout.
And any of you fine soldiers who proudly brandish CollegiateCamo decals to demonstrate your passion for the great outdoors and your love of your favorite college sports team – take a picture with one of our decals and send it in! We’d love to spread the joy on our blog and say a personal thank you to each and every one of you.
The CollegiateCamo family will miss you!
U.S. Army 1st Sgt. from Ft. Riley’s 1st Infantry Josh Wilson shipped out January 15 for his third tour of duty, this time to Afghanistan. He is a good family friend to CollegiateCamo and close friend of our founder, Marty Morris. Josh will oversee a tank company of nearly 160 men. He already served two tours in Iraq.
We fondly remember the pics of Josh practicing his duck calling in the evenings while in Afghanistan. He would tell us that there wasn’t a whole lot more to be done during those boring evenings.
Josh is originally from Wichita Falls, Texas, but has spent a lot of time in Central Kansas. He is engaged to be married to Libby Lewis, whom he met in Manhattan, Kansas where she was working on her graduate degree at Kansas State University.
You might say the military is in Josh’s blood. His grandfather served in the Air Force, his dad was a Marine, and his brother, Coty, is also a Marine and currently in Afghanistan.
We’ll be keeping close tabs on Josh during his absence from the US. Sending our highest regards to all the servicemen & women who proudly “answer the call” to serve and protect our great nation.
Don’t forget to support our troops with these gifts for soldiers, and keep an eye out for our forthcoming line of military camo items.