“A Ranger’s Pause”

“Snapshot Saturday”

A ranger pauses behind a large oak tree

A ranger with Hopkin’s Company of Rangers, garrisoned at Fort Detroit, uses a large oak tree for cover during a wild turkey hunt. Pontiac’s Siege, in the Year of our Lord, 1763

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4 Responses to “A Ranger’s Pause”

  1. Rancocas says:

    Turkey season is coming up in April down here in the Cherokee Lands of Tenasi.
    First, however, I will travel up to the York homestead, near Pall Mall, Tenasi for the big over-the-log shooting match there at Alvin York’s farm. That will be on March 25th. Good Doin’s!

    • Dennis Neely: Traditional Woodsman says:

      Yes, I’m looking forward to the spring turkey season, too. Our birds are roaming the river bottom, but will move into the woods about the first of March.

      And I’d love to be able to make it to the Alvin York shoot…

  2. Dex Fairbanks says:

    Nice shot of Darrel.

    • Dennis Neely: Traditional Woodsman says:

      Yup, Darrel really looks the part. He’s spent a lot of time and effort researching his persona, too. Every once in a while I will see him moving along a hillside at a fair distance. That’s not too often, because he makes sure he keeps to the cover. But when he does you would swear it was 1763…

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