Here's my self affirmation.
My priorities in life are mountain goats, pronghorns and elk in that order. Everything else is gravy.
Unless I decide because of a lack of job prospects to go to gradschool when I retire, and I can find a reasonable paying job we should have enough dough (I am hoping anyway) to afford 1 or 2 Canada/Foreign hunts a year.
Last year in Utah and Arizona, bought points for everything, with the hopes of one day drawing a big antelope area. But realistically elk and antelope in Arizona are like sheep tags in Wyoming.
I know the best thing to do is eat the 2 points, and hunt foreign for the things that interest me. Or buy land owner tags for elk/antelope in New Mexico and Texas.
Am I wrong with the stretch of thinking?
Anyone else have point panic going on?