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Vevay, Indiana
Sunday, May 22, 2022

Along The Trail 8-16-12

A couple weeks ago, as I strolled through the exhibit hall at the 4-H Fair, I was pleasantly surprised at all the entries in the 'Shooting Sports and Archery' programs.

Along The Trail 8-9-12

The old buck bolted at the blast of the shotgun and in a last act of revenge, he expired in the nastiest thicket on the farm. Down in a deep, dark holler, full of tangles and briars, over a steep embankment.

Along The Trail 8-2-12

I wade through the waist high soybeans, sweat running in my eyes, as I make my way to the edge of the trees. I step in and sneak along the deer trail, quietly as I can, but the dry leave litter under foot gives me away to every creature in the woods.

Along the Trail 7-26-12

The old buck bolted at the blast of the shotgun and in a last act of revenge, he expired in the nastiest thicket on the farm. Down in a deep, dark holler, full of tangles and briars, over a steep embankment. I'd have my work cut out for me getting the old boy out of that hole...I've dragged plenty of deer over the years, but never from a spot like this.

Along the Trail 7-19-12

Hot doesn't even begin to describe it.

Along the Trail 7-12-12

It was an unassuming three bedroom vinyl-sided ranch. 'Cookie cutter' - like most homes at my price point. Nothing particularly good, nothing bad.

The upside is that it wa

Along the Trail 7-5-12

For some unknown reason, Pat has allowed me to share my thoughts and ramblings on hunting, fishing and the outdoors with the readership of our local paper.

Along the Trail 6-28-12

Change - like time - is a fact of life.

Along the Trail 6-21-12

he evening was cool and crisp, a picture perfect autumn evening and no better place to spend it than in the tree stand.

Along the Trail 6-14-12

It could've been any number of weekday summer mornings years ago.