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Tales of the Hunts

Good Kings and Queens

As the cool air of evening pushes back the afternoon heat, a small group of White-tailed deer work ...

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Apples: Grow, eat, celebrate them

Apples are a most loved fruit. They can be grown just about anywhere, come in thousands of varieties ...

Special Cases - Leonard Rizzo

Putting things together

First of all, I’d like to apologize for missing last week due to a mix up on my ...

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Life Lessons in a Dove Field

Flipping the calendar from August to September signals the start of the “Hunting New Year.”

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Landscaping with Daylilies

The daylily has been steadily growing as a fad for the garden, with over 80,000 varieties registered with ...

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The great gift of friendship

It was nearly 15 years ago when Chuck Davis and I first met at the now defunct T.J.’s ...

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Don’t let the gray fool ya

There are few things that strike fear in me as much as seeing a picture of my Golden ...

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Mission: Impossible Pies

Two Sister’s Cook   There’s always a new recipe to try. Recipes go in and out of style ...

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Fly tying and Fortune Telling

Fly tying is one of my favorite past times. The combination of imagination and intricate detail allows a ...

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Who’s going to plant some mystery seeds?

So far, this year has been a rough one. It’s like snapping out of a hypnotic state only ...

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