I have to say that I am above all else a Bowhunter. I love the fact that I am participating in something that has been done for millions of years. I love the extra challenge of having to get close to outsmart that big ol buck.
Also, I believe being part of the world and enjoying it is the meaning of life. You see things people pass by every day. You learn that the animals you hunt have an intelligence, they have a personality, and it is just neat to realize that life has soooooo many forms. Technology is something we have made for us to enjoy, but (for me at least) nature (mountains, valleys, streams, rivers, wildlife, etc) is what God made for us and wants us to be a part of and enjoy.
I actually have two more years before I get my degree in Wildlife and Fisheries Management at the University of Tennessee and every day in class I realize how fun life can be with that degree rather than being couped up in a office all day