No words can tell the story better than these pictures!!
Since we are in the midst of the “Dog Days of Summer” and ideas for a post are lacking, I decided to browse through my image archive and display a few from my “close call” file. Now you will soon see that some of these are suspect. I have been known to articulate semi-true stories […]
Evening fishing with a jitterbug. Gorging yourself on homegrown tomatoes, BLT’s and other goodies. Playing ridiculous games like miniature golf and lawn darts (yes still have a set, OSHA go pound salt) Fireworks? Don’t burn your fingers! Have Fun!
What is the leading cause of death in men over 50? T H E M S E L V E S !! Yup, that’s right. Not going to the Doc regularly, eating crappy meals, not exercising or forgetting to take medications will have unfavorable consequences. NOW is the time to correct the trend. Stand up, […]
My brief sojourn to the Big Horn River was tonic for my indigent soul. Hindsight scrutiny revealed that one desperate trout fisher tested his luck dodging lightning bolts instead of napping in the truck, awaiting the clearing of skies. No luck was necessary to bring vigorous brown and cutthroat specimens to net. This stream originates […]
I was fortunate to attend the Outdoor Writers Association of America conference in McAllen, Texas recently. There are many unique and exciting venues in far south Texas from fishing to bird watching. I also had a great time testing out firearms at the Lozano Shooting Range. Thanks to Browning, Smith and Wesson, Bushnell and Savage […]
The proud month of April could not make up its mind whether to cling to perpetual winter or “to open”, or start anew as per the Latin definition. I wade fished one day in blowing snow, but the following 24 hour period turned out to be the mildest, sunny day of 2014 in Wyoming. Regardless […]
I had a most harrowing and miserable adventure while turkey hunting April 10 in the powdery dry eastern Kansas forest. While stealthily traversing the woods, I was literally overrun by a marauding platoon of scavenging turkeys and I did my best to perfect every damn fool mistake a man could create. I could not initially […]
I have been out in the woods antler shed hunting and scouting for Ole Mr. Longbeard but have had little success with either. However, the early spring forest is a soothing place for one’s soul. Some early migrants have been detected and the dog has put up a timber doodle and a small covey of quail. […]
I was fortunate to have the opportunity to attend Pheasant Fest again in 2014. If you have not had a chance to participate in this great event, you need to put it on your calendar for 2015. I have included some pictures of the “Bird Dog Parade” which is a real comedic occasion! Also, held […]