posted on December 14, 2014 06:59
Aging babyboomers aren't particularly cozy with new technology, but that doesn't mean they'll always shun it.
After all, it's hard not to agree that 100 television channels is better than three, that possessing a cell phone is better than driving around and looking for a pay phone, or that today's refrigerators are far superior to yesteryear's iceboxes.
Junior Key, a 59-year-old grandfather in Moss, Tenn., did not go gently into the sporting goods store in 2013. He'd managed to hunt deer for five decades without buying a trail camera, and he'd somehow managed to shoot lots of whitetails.
Plus, he didn't need photographic evidence to tell him the farms he hunts in Tennessee and neighboring Monroe County, Ky., held deer.
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