* Hunting is about time in the woods, creating lifelong memories, sharing the heritage of the outdoors. It is a sharpening of the senses, the practiced ability to see a movement or a shadow that was not there a moment before. It is the quickening of the pulse when you hear a twig snap. It is becoming part of nature, and part of the oldest ballet in existence, that of predator and prey. Yet, from watching these hunting shows, it would seem to be changing into a business in which only the rich or well-connected can hunt in a "Brush Country Hilton" and regularly pass on deer that would be once-in-a-lifetime trophies to the rest of us. On second thought, maybe we're the lucky ones ... I feel for those poor millionaires!