It was a mild shock, a quick zap here and there. Nothing paralyzing and not even nearly as bad as bee sting or what I had even anticipated as I completed the obstacle known as Electroshock Therapy. What it was though was one helluva way to end my Three Challenges project of 2015.
As fall ebbs into the darkness of winter and the seasons come to an end. I take this lull before I can go chase winter steelhead to find inspiration from […]
The golden pop of orange surrounded by a the brown of woodland decay combined with a splash of a vibrant green indicated we had found the perfect habitat for mushrooms. […]
This fall bowhunting season I need to make some adjustments to how and where I hunt as well as there will be a change as to frequency. My wife and […]
This off-season has found me a bit dislodged from my writing and presence in the twittesphere. I’ve recently just switch jobs and have now begun a work from home position. […]
During my first hunt I learned quickly how different hunting versus hiking was and specifically how bow hunting has its own set of nuances. I realized there are 6 basic foundational elements to a hunt all critical before you even can come to full draw.
Hunting is an activity that I have no real prior experience with. About seven years ago I started to think more and more about my food, where it comes from and was interested in the locavore concept. While I was not necessarily militant about my need for hyperlocal eating, I had fun exploring options and experiments to supplement my diet with a more local and sustainable way of eating.