Just do everything that I do, and you'll be fine. Those words came back to haunt me as I watched Greyson and Reed head right for the log jam. I yelled, but it was too late. The last thing I saw before Matthew and I drifted around the corner was their green cae hit the log jam sideways, tip, and instantly fill with water. The fear of my two young boys getting pinned in that cold water and trapped against the cae was overwhelming, words cant describe the terror I felt. The possibility of them drowning was very real and extremely scary, and I couldn't get to them! Author Steve Kilgore has spent his entire adult life exploring new places in the mountains of Idaho with his four sons, but w that his boys are growing up and finding their own adventures, he often finds himself alone on his excursions, reflecting on all of the good times they had together and understanding that there were important spiritual lessons in all the fun things they did as a family. This funny and adventurous memoir combines the author's weekly diary entries of fishing, hiking, and hunting with meaningful stories of how God loves us and will take care of us even though we do crazy things that aren't very smart.