Monthly Archives: August 2016

“Yellow Tree Aftermath”

“Snapshot Saturday”

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“Yellow Tree Vigil”

“Snapshot Saturday”

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“…knowing their guns were not loaded…”

Dense fog shrouded the doe trail. The air smelled thick, humid, and almost sweet, like drying corn. Water pattered down from tall oaks and short witch hazel bushes. Elk moccasins splashed the night before’s raindrops that clung to sparse, pale-green … Continue reading

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“Stripping Branches”

“Snapshot Saturday”

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Correcting an Oversight

Dew splashed. Prairie grass swished against buckskin leggins, damping the grimy leather. Elk moccasins veered east four paces, stopped, then turned about. A thick, chilly fog hung over the swale hole on that late-October morn in the Year of our … Continue reading

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“A Sure Shot”

“Snapshot Saturday”

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Sometimes Progress Appears Slow

Chocolate cake sounded good for breakfast. A half piece seemed sufficient, followed by a few plump, fresh strawberries. The cake is a week old, nursed along in “halves” and “quarters” and a few “slivers.” I ate this breakfast with a … Continue reading

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