I Facetimed the Game Warden

on April 25, 2019
Reading Time: 4 minutes

Many of my long-time readers know I have somewhat of a double life. I have a high-tech life and my low-tech life. My high-tech life involves lots of the latest, often unreleased gadgets, where I try and live in the future and make sense of what all that means. My low-tech life involves a lot of gardening, farming, and animal husbandry. I often merge these lives, like in this story of how my iPhone and YouTube were a real-time midwife as I assisted my first goat birth. Or when I tested my drone to see if I could use it to herd my goats. But recently, I had another merger of tech and the farm life when I had a chance to FaceTime, the game warden.

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