Chasing mule deer at 4000 feet alone in the stillness of the woods is humbling. With my bow in hand I traversed the steep terrain of the Cascade mountain range hiking between seven and 10 miles a day. While also spending countless hours sitting around in mid-30º temperatures glassing ridges in search of these ghosts, and each glimpse of this elusive animal filled me with awe.
As a rookie recreational mushroom hunter and gather I’ve spent time in the field with friends and experts learning what I can to locate foraged wild greens, but also edible […]
As a child, I grew up on 5 acres, lived on a dirt county road and spent my afternoon stomping through the woods around our house. Those 10 year old […]
The summer months seem to just fly by faster and faster than I ever remembered as those dog days as a child. I find myself so busy during June, July […]
Since the start of the year I’ve begun preparing for my first hunt. I’ve worked on my archery and have been heavily training myself through strength training and cardio so […]
Wandering through the woods in search of mushrooms is not only very exciting, but I feel like it makes me hone my senses. My vision tends to narrow while my […]
As my first hunting season encroaches day by day I find myself trying to ingest as much last minute information as I can about hunting. Field notes this week is […]