One person's dream is not necessarily the next person's, or it takes place in a different area of the world. Here are a few that may have you tossing and turning at night.
You are in a blind in Zimbabwe. It is dead quiet except for your heart; the Impala and Bushbuck have run off. The next thing you hear, is the is the cracking of rib bones on your bait; your Professional Hunter whispers, "Take him!". You do as you are told. It is all a blur, but the next thing you know your PH is slapping you on the back and saying "Well done!" and you have your leopard. For some hunters it is Cats; others Buffalo or a combination thereof.
You are in Botswana or Tanzania. You and your PH have been stalking the same bull all morning trying to get a clear shot. Your PH decides the only way to get him is to run into the middle of the herd and take him. The classic dream of a Buffalo charge comes back to you now and you decide that maybe this is not what you really wanted. But you follow your PH into the herd, right past other Buffalo and take your bull. After the dust settles from the herd stampeding off in every direction (and your heart rate returns to normal), posing for the pictures is no sweat!
For those of you having antlered dreams - these come in hundreds of variations and occur all over the world. Some dream of rattling up that Whitetail, or getting that 30" Mulie. Others dream of crisp mornings in New Zealand or Russia, listening to the Stags roar and taking a Gold Medal Stag. Some wake up at night swearing there is a bugling Bull Elk in the room.
To those that count Sheep to get to sleep and then dream of the same, the good news is: we can help you. The bad news is: as soon as you get back, there is a different sheep in your dream.
Our job here at Blair WorldWide Hunting is a rewarding one. Quite simply, we help you, the client, fulfill your dreams. These dreams come to you in many different ways; it may be from your hunting buddies; or it could have been something mentioned while we were booking your current dream for the next year.
What this entire article boils down to is; if you have a sleep disorder, we can help you. Give us a call.
Sweet Dreams and Good Hunting!