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

Originally posted on HuntFiber Fitness LLC:
? 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…

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…

Your Story

My mind, as of late, has been so full of ideas and musings that it has been difficult to narrow them down into words. My life is very full of blessings which in turn makes it extremely busy creating challenges for my writing. I find however that it also stimulates my mind and creativity if…

Whitetail Rendezvous Podcast Interview

I was honored to be invited as a guest on the Whitetail Rendezvous Podcast with Bruce Hutcheson. Check out our conversation about hunting whitetails and other hunting related topics on episode 15- Podcast Interview. I hope you enjoy it!

Hunting and Fitness Q&A with Lindsay Persico

Originally posted on Hunting Fit:
The second installment of the Hunting and Fitness Q&A is with Lindsay Persico. If you don’t know who Lindsay is, here is a quick bio: Lindsay lives in Montana where she pursues her love of hunting and all aspects of outdoor life. Canning, processing game, hiking, shooting, photography, videography and camping…

An Early Season Lesson

Archery season has officially started here in Montana which means that I can pursue a mule deer buck, whitetail doe, bull elk and doe antelope with my bow. I can also hunt black bear with a rifle and turkeys with a shotgun. I have been able to get out twice so far.  Day 1 found…

Adventure Awaits

The 2015 hunting season is literally just around the corner and for those of you who are interested, I thought I would share a little bit about what tags are burning holes in our pockets and what we are doing to prepare to share the success stories of the notching of those tags with you….

What’s In Your Pack?

Most hunters would not enter the woods without their pack. When you embark on a hunting adventure, the hope of success breeds the need for a few items to be carted along. Most of us will never need a survival kit but the chance of an emergency situation is a lot higher than one may…

The Scapegoat Wilderness

Summer is a time for camping, hiking and just enjoying the outdoors as a whole. It is good for the mind, body and soul. What better place to enjoy it than a designated wilderness area? Thanks to some recently redefined wilderness boundaries, this year’s Veterans Outreach Program from the Montana Wilderness Association in partnership with…

A Simple Semi-Auto Trick

Yesterday, my husband grabbed one of his Glock pistols and polished the feeding ramp on it. I didn’t think much of it but after getting my Kimber 45 out to clean it I realized that it too could use a little TLC. This polishing is very simple and will theoretically help prevent feeding problems as…