African safari a hunting dream realized for local man

Kindersley’s Brent Gust travelled to South Africa to realize a dream. He can hardly wait to return

On a recent trip of a lifetime, Brent Gust bagged a kudu, a large African antelope. Gust and his friend Derek Senz and Derek’s daughter Leteshia travelled to South Africa to hunt big game. The trio managed to successfully check a few things off their bucket lists.

Kevin McBain
of The Crossroads

It’s definitely a trip that most people would say that it would be once-in-a-lifetime, but not for Kindersley’s Brent Gust and good friend Derek Senz of Regina.

The pair, along with Brent’s daughter, Leteshia just recently returned from a hunting safari in South Africa and were able to hunt some very cool animals. The best friends said they would definitely go back.

“They say that it is a once-in-a-lifetime trip, but it isn’t, I am definitely going back,” said Brent. “But they also say once you go to Africa you will never be able to knock the dust off. It definitely exceeded any expectations that we had.”

Senz agreed: “It was amazing. I have my savings jar out already and saving up for a trip in 2020,” he said. “By day five, I was already thinking of when we should come back.

“It was so great to be able to hunt with my best friend whom I’ve known since we were 13.”

For more on this story, please see the Jun. 29 print edition of The Cross Roads. hunting

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