But that is by my choice.
Some folks should not have the choice to hunt…or parent.
For example, this fellow, who left his infant in his truck while he went hunting probably needs a refresher hunter safety course and a parenting course.
A Butler County hunter admitted leaving his 13-month-old son inside a sport utility vehicle while he retrieved a deer he shot.
The Tribune-Review reported that Michael Kopera, 41, of Evans City, has pleaded guilty to child endangerment for the Jan. 5 incident in Hampton Township, Allegheny County.Police said they found Kopera’s Ford Explorer parked on a road near some woods, with the child locked inside, on a rainy, 37-degree day.
Kopera said he had taken the boy into the woods with him, wrapped in a camouflage jacket.
After shooting the deer, Kopera brought the child back to the SUV, then went to get the animal.
Kopera is free on bond while he awaits a sentencing hearing in February. Until then, he has been ordered not to hunt or touch any of his guns.
Is he still allowed to take his kid in the truck?