At 90 years of age, Bob Larsson filled his deer tag on Veteran's Day. His daughter, Debbie Krantz, wrote this note when she submitted the photo: "Having served as a state of Montana Hunter Safety Instructor for more than 60 years, Bob has always appreciated the wonderful opportunities that Montana provides. Bob says he has a lot to be thankful for this year. 'I'm thankful to still be able to go out and hunt at 90,' he said. 'I'm thankful the state has a great program for people with handicaps or disabilities that make this possible. I'm thankful for good landowner relationships that provide a good place to hunt. I'm thankful for family who will help me get out and go. I'm thankful to harvest a big dry doe, not impacting the population for next year.' Bob left his house at 6 a.m. and was back home by 10 a.m. with his tag filled. He took one shot at 240 yards with a 6.5 Creedmore rifle.