Hunter — A Man With A Plan

Hunter, a senior at Vista Ridge High School, loves being outdoors. Some of his favorite outdoor activities include fishing, camping, hunting and dirt biking. In fact, he has amassed quite a collection of hunting and fishing trophies from the many tournaments he has competed in.

Because of Covid, the Vista Ridge bowling club that Hunter bowled for has been cancelled this year. However, this has allowed him extra time to hang out with friends and family and to work as an installer for his dad’s heating and air conditioning company. 

Hunter also enjoys traveling, learning new things, collecting unique clothes & shoes, and is described as being very outgoing. He considers Jamaica one of his favorite travel destinations and is highly anticipating a trip to Alaska after he graduates next spring.

And did I mention his fondness for animals? The family has one dog, two cats, five chickens and two ducks on their five acres. 

After graduation, Hunter plans to attend college and then become a realtor where he hopes to fulfill his passion of making money. 


Wendy Schicktanz is a Certified Professional Photographer living in Colorado Springs. She is the owner of Captured Moments Photography which specializes in photographing high school seniors, families, children and boudoir.  To view more of her award winning images visit her website at Captured Moments Gallery

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1 Response to Hunter — A Man With A Plan

  1. John and Cindy Wilmot says:

    Love the ending -his passion is making money

    Sent from my iPhone

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