Second only to childhood dreams of being a Princess, is it not every woman’s dream to be on the front cover of a magazine? Well… I have made my modeling debut on the cover of the September issue of The Searcher Magazine, sporting a neutral mismatching camouflage outfit designed by the US Military, and accessorized with my Etrac by Minelab.
Why that photo?
I wrote a piece for The Searcher about Detecting and Camouflage, and was asked for a photo of me in camouflage to accompany the story. Because I have a pet peeve with guys who wear mis-matching camo (yes guys, women wouldn’t do that), I submitted the photo of me wearing a mis-matching camo outfit entitled Mismatching Camo–Confusing wildlife one clashing pattern at a time to Assistant Editor, John Winter as a joke, and I had no idea it would end up on the front cover. Perhaps I am not the only one with that pet peeve?
Click here to view the cover and check out the features in the September edition of the Searcher Magazine
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