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“Downing the Next Meal”

“Snapshot Saturday”  

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“Hidden Demise”

“Snapshot Saturday”

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A Tolerable Discomfort

Close-growing, arm-sized slash oaks grew to the north and south. Tall red cedar trees and older oaks lined the edge of the big swamp. A small cluster of cedars protected the steep hill’s crest. On that cold, odorless November morning … Continue reading

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“After the Hunt”

“Snapshot Saturday”

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“A Trade Gun’s First Meat”

“Snapshot Saturday”

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“Return to the Lodge”

“Snapshot Saturday”

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“An Unfamiliar Noise”

“Snapshot Saturday”

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Gifted with an Unexpected Treasure

Half-leafed treetops rustled overhead. Day’s first gray glimmers half-lit the winding wagon trail. Elk moccasins whispered beside the left rut. Around the bend, the predawn stalk struck off on a well-used doe trail that angled northwest. A gentle breeze, perfumed … Continue reading

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