Why an Interview,,,
Over the years we have been able to meet and talk with some very interesting people. They have shared with us their knowledge and have provided us with a great deal of insight as to how and why festivals and events work and why they are so important to our communities and to the Province of Ontario. With this in mind, we decided that we wanted you to meet and hear from some of the wonderful people who work so hard to provide us all with such wonderful Ontario Festivals and Events! We are pleased and proud to present "THE INSIDE SCOOP"!
Friday, July 29, 2011
Interview with THE MANTRACKER
aka THE MANTRACKER
Visit Terry's Website to learn more (Tracking with Terry)
We did ask a few questions about “the game” and Terry tells us that many athletic teams try to beat him these days and they are young and cocky. He is friends with most contestants after the game is over. There is one thing I know that The Mantracker said “you can mess with me, but don’t mess with my horse”. He talked about this today saying that “he’d ruff it up with anyone who challenged, this is true, and it is true “don’t mess with my horse”, respect seems to be the main issue for Terry.
We asked him about his search and rescue efforts working with the R.C.M.P. He does not “track criminals”, never. He has assisted with search and rescue efforts. He told us though, that even if it is he himself who finds the victim, it is truly a “team effort”. He says “it has to be a team effort”.
As you may have read or seen reported lately, the Mantracker series is in its final season. Terry said there were challenges going on right now. Terry says OLN want to keep the series going, but without him! As The Mantracker told before, he ALWAYS keeps positive! He shrugged his shoulders and said, “we’ll see”.
Like I mentioned, Terry doesn’t seem to let negativity creep into his life. So, I asked him what he would do after Mantracker. He was quick to respond … “go back to what I did before Mantracker, carpentry, building custom furniture, doing renovations and helping people drywall, and leading the life of a cowboy just north of Calgary”.
(To Be Continued)