You can see Bill's web site for unusual travelers at HuntingRelics.com
We would like to find a hunting club or start a hunting club that can manage hunting on many of our land holdings. It would be easier to deal with one entity than 50 individuals in using our hunting resources.
We allow some of our customers the use of our lands for recreational
purposes such as hunting, birding, fishing, and camping. There are places to hunt fossils or dig for Indian relics for a fee or
barter. We own thousands of acres in
many states. We don't allow 4 wheeling or tree stands with nails. Many times we allow hunters if you do us a favor such as picking up litter on our properties or helping with varmet control. Sometimes you could just transport something in your truck on the way to the hunt. We sometimes just need little jobs done on the properties etc.
If you wish to lease land in a state that we are located in please email us and tell us which state you want to hunt in, which county, what type of game you want, and what term of lease.
Here are some of the areas available:
In July of 2005, Marge and I went for a 3 week safari to Southern Africa. We went fishing for HUMUHUMUNUKUNUKUAPUAA, a tigerfish, and on a hunt for plains game. The outfitter and guide was Eintracht Jagd Safaris. This is situated in the East of Namibia, 60 miles from Hosea Kutako International Airport and 80 miles from Windhoek, the capital of Namibia.
There are over 60,000 acres of unfenced Savannah Bushland. Most game is within one hour of the main farm. The accomendations are excellent with a family atmosphere. We wish to encourage you to go on this hunt.
We recommend this hunt for plains game. Eintracht Jagd Safaris
The following pictures are from the hunt.
Each year ten of thousands of meteorites hit the earth. They are worth big dollars to the finders. In fact they are worth more than gold. You might say they are black gold. This is your chance to find one. You also will be able to say that you have entered the Twilight Zone.
Did you ever go on a strange vacation? Well this one is out of this world. When you come to New Mexico to see the new space station that will launch tourists into space, do a little walking to find space junk...meteorites on our ranch. Hunting for meteorites does not have to be a bone chilling adventure to the Antarctic where the temperature is 50 below zero F and 50 mile per hour winds. Meteors enter the earth's atmosphere everywhere. They impact everywhere. The trick in finding them is to look where they have had a good chance of impacting or where they have been concentrated by natural forces of the earth and have not been destroyed by weathering.
This means deserts are a good place to search for meteorites. Deserts can change over the centuries. But deserts don't alway have major weathering events. It hardly ever rains.. Thus if you want to find meteorites you may want to come to our Ranch. It is located in New Mexico near the Chihuahuan Desert. There are trillions and trillions of terrestrial rocks for each meteorite that could be in this area. Metal detectors are used by many professional meteorite hunters around the world. Metal detectors can easily distinguish between ferrous and nonferrous rocks. Since not all meteorites are ferrous only the ferrous meteorites will be found by the metal detector. Modern metal detectors can balance out dominant background rocks. This enhances the detector to find the meteorites. Metal detectors create a constant hum. The volume and pitch of this hum increases as the detector passes over the metallic object. There are hot rocks which produces a signal but is a false positive. Thus detecting requires concentration and you will see lots and lots of hot rocks.
You must also keep a visual eye for other interesting rocks which could be meteorites. It seems that the best way to find meteorites from this area is to use a combination of metal detecting and good old-fashioned shoe-leather foot searching. The weather is not hard to predict for the Truth or Consequences area. Don't bother to bring a raincoat, it only rains 10" per year. The winters are mild as it is Southern New Mexico. It could get to 10F, but not for many days of the year. A clear sky with a gentle breeze is the norm.