“Morning Camp Fire”

A woodsman blowing on a glowing ember.

After a successful morning’s turkey hunt, the traditional woodsman brings a glowing ember to life in anticipation of a warm pot of tea. Old Northwest Territory, one hill east of the River Raisin, 1792.


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2 Responses to “Morning Camp Fire”

  1. Allen Reed says:

    Now thats just plain cool

  2. rick evans says:

    Dennis…I am jealous. Our turkey season started on Saturday and I am out of town for work. Looking forward to the hunt when I get back. In my home state of Georgia I can take three toms and any blackpowder muzzleloading rifle/smoothbore is legal. #1 tom with the fusi, #2 tom with my new .32 Joe Schell southern, and #3 with a walnut stocked southern (“Larceny”) .40 built by Pathfnder. That’s my plan anyway…

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