Mother Nature Takes Pity

Bears, the picnic basket stealing, honey loving, fluff buckets that continually produce the winning move in our cat and mouse games each hunting season. Every time the sun goes down on the last day of bear season and I am left standing in the brush, un-punched tag lying listless in my camo pocket, I develop…

Poison Peanut Butter Cookies

Disclaimer-(If you are not interested in reading about my Christian perspective then you may want to skip this post.) Sometimes when God teaches me something, He uses a strange method to do so. Ok, most of the time He uses a strange method to do so. I guess that’s just His style. He rocks it….

Moose Enchiladas

The soul of delicious comfort food must have had its origin somewhere in the warm heart of an Hispanic grandmother. Somewhere in time lost, this woman developed the wonder that is the enchilada. Her wizardry has stood the test of time and palate alike. It’s simply delicious. The moose with his hearty and robust addition…

Spring Bear Hunting In Montana

  Spring offers a few motivating reasons to get out into the woods here in Montana. Cabin fever is a great motivator, as are turkey season and bear season. This year I am spending some time out glassing for the elusive black bear. One of the benefits of bear hunting is the vast amount of…

Hunting Roots

There is no one word to describe the heart of who a person is. A word that captures the combination of experiences, character, choices, morals and thoughts hasn’t been created. A word that encompasses the entirety of who you are simply doesn’t exist. Possibly the reason for that is because that word would be seeking…

Bucking The Diagnosis

I have been a little MIA as of late. Not that it matters but for some reason when some time has passed since I took finger to keyboard it feels like I should have some sort of excuse as to why I haven’t been writing. Well, I have an excuse. I have been dumping all…

Balance-Life-Clowns

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? Balance, it is a juggling act and you are the clown. I often feel that I look literally like a clown, red nose, pasty painted on smile, crazy rainbow hair and unkempt baggy clothes draped over my huge feet. I really do have huge feet. Perhaps I missed…

Herb/Lime Elk Steak Dinner

Sometimes my creative side comes out. It isn’t always there but every once in awhile something happens and dishes like this are created. The flavors in this meal are really evident and I will definitely be making it again! Really simple ingredients put together in unique ways make this one delicious dinner dish. Ingredients:  …

Guest Post By-Joseph Gleason

8 Bow Hunting Tips to Be a Champion In the Next Hunting Season Hunting season may be nearing or you may have a hunting quest coming up with your friends. Of course, you want to show how good you’ve become since the last time you were on the field. Here are eight tips that may…

Predator Protein

Predators are viewed from every angle and spectrum of human emotion. By some they are revered, mystified and enshrined as gods. Others view them as purely terrifying, placing themselves into the prey position and realizing the full potential of the creatures. Still others view them as steep competition for their resources as we are predators…

Slaughter Or Nothing

I have discovered a trait within myself that is undesirable. That is nothing new. I often find faults within myself that are probably blatantly obvious to everyone on earth, for eons and eons, except me. Suddenly, the fog clears from between my offset and very uneven ears and I finally see what everyone else has…

Fall Off Cloud 9

So much has happened since I last put finger to keyboard. Nothing in this over computerized, technologically engorged culture ever waxes poetically anymore. But my fall has been the purest picture of perfect. I feel spoiled and I am spoiled. I don’t deserve to have had so many things go my way but I will…