Like most folks nowadays, my day consists of some extra social media surfing.
Because we aren’t allowed to do so many of the things that we enjoy, I find myself reading more long-form posts, articles, and spending a good amount of time on Pinterest. Continue reading Advice from a Farmer’s Wife
Turkey season is fast approaching, my favorite game to hunt will always be Whitetail Deer; but Turkey and Pheasant battle it out for second place.
When you’re out there, sitting in a blind or calling against a tree and a flock of turkeys come in, how do you know which one to take?
Continue reading Gobbler or a Hen? How to Tell the Difference in the Field.
During the COVID-19 crisis it occurred to me that we, as hunters and fishermen, are already experts at social distancing.
Here in Wisconsin we have a “Safer at Home” order. Very different than a “Stay at Home” or “lockdown” order. We are still allowed to participate in outdoor activities as long as we follow regulations.
One could certainly argue that we are more “at Home” in the woods or on the water.
While I’m sure there are lots more, here are 10 reasons why hunters and fishermen are already pro’s at “Social Distancing”. Continue reading 10 Reasons Why Hunters And Fishermen Are Already Pro’s At “Social Distancing”
I know winter is still in full swing for some of you in the northern states, for many of us winter camping is a special time. I’ve been a few times and of course the challenge is always to stay warm while sleeping. Continue reading How to Sleep Warm Diagram
August 3, 1999 my life changed forever.
It was the day I officially became a horse owner.
Growing up I was OBSESSED with the Black Stallion. As a young girl I devoured those stories. Time and again Walter Farley transported me to islands and racetracks and faraway stables. Continue reading 20 Year Anniversary with Champ