March 15, 2015

My Kind of Sunset

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It was a perfect getaway for the wife and I.  Three nights on Florida’s St. Pete Beach, without any kids, was something we looked forward to for a very long time.  The sand beneath our feet was from a different world than the Michigan beaches we were used to; not that Michigan beaches are bad, […]

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| Posted in: Hunting, spotlight

February 19, 2015

Squirrel Hunt: Feeling like I’m 14

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Finally, after almost a whole day of hunting, I was about to get my chance.  I hadn’t been able to actually fire the 870 at any of the furry, little critters today, but my time was about to come.  I had snuck around the far side of the tree, and with him focused on my […]

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| Posted in: Hunting

December 30, 2014

Duck Hunter: It’s Official

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My first bite of duck was much better than I expected.  A little salt and pepper, a fry on both sides to make the outside crispy, and a slow bake at 200 in our oven, made my little duck breast quite tasty.  My first taste of duck was much better than I expected, and if […]

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| Posted in: Duck, Hunting

December 11, 2014

Celebrating Life

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I found out very early Saturday morning.  I had been waiting for this phone call for quite some time, and it finally came in the wee hours of the morning.  It wasn’t unexpected, but I still hated to hear that my cousin had finally lost his battle with cancer.  Cancer sucks.  And knowing that another […]

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| Posted in: Deer Hunt Reports, Hunting

August 4, 2014

First Annual SOTV/GOP Bow Shoot

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If you want to hunt with archery equipment, you’re going to have to deal with pressure.  And I can’t think of a better way to simulate a pressure hunting situation then by shooting at archery targets, while twenty people – give or take a few – watch your every move.  It’s nerve wracking to say […]

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| Posted in: Hunting, Shooting

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