"Boddington told me that this was a very busy winter for him, starting in January with a hunt in Hawaii, then Pakistan, Ghana and finally Uganda this past March. He sent me reports on each of those hunts, which I will publish in upcoming issues. Between hunts, Boddington also attended various conventions and SCI chapter events. Don't ask why,' he wrote me, but the first 90 days of 2011 were perhaps the busiest time I've ever spent. I suppose several things just came together at the same time& certainly I didn't have a long-range plan for things to get so crazy. You might even say I over did it, because the period concluded with a serious heart attack in Uganda on March 18th!' Apparently, Boddington, and others with him, thought he had a case of heat stroke, as I'm told he did not present the typical symptoms of a heart attack. After a break, he continued hunting. Eventually, it became clear the problem was something else, and Boddington headed back to the States where he was diagnosed, put under treatment and sent home to recover. I'm told he is doing well."