Monthly Archives: April 2020

Outlining a Hunter Hero’s Daily Life

Lines and creases crisscrossed black ice. God’s artistry drew attention to the fragile, frozen skin covering the water that filled the huckleberry swamp. A light touch of snow dampened brittle oak leaves, hushing the noise of each footfall. “Tu-Tu-Tu-Tu…” an … Continue reading

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A Requiem for the Unfortunate Hen

Sparrows chirped. Cool mist tickled bare skin. A lone crow cawed beyond the hogback ridge. Silver orbs clung to the tips of drooping cedar boughs. Droplets scattered, dislodged by the incidental contact of short cautious steps. Two cardinals bantered, somewhere … Continue reading

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He is Risen!

“Therefore I say unto you, Take no thought for your life, what ye shall eat, or what ye shall drink; nor yet for your body, what ye shall put on. Is not the life more than meat, and the body … Continue reading

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A Good Day

Dear readers, It seems good to once again post to the Traditional Black Powder Hunting site! Thank you for your patience during the last two years. There are still many obstacles ahead for our family, but for now, I’m trying … Continue reading

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That Fine May Morn…

Bright green flesh fell. A tree frog landed on its back, splashing in the tiny puddle gathered in a cupped white oak leaf. The interloper squirmed and twitched, stretched and flexed before its left hind leg pushed it over. Rain … Continue reading

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