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  • Trinity…Trinity…Trinity…!  All day, the word Trinity has been floating around my head.  And then it came to me.  My life is a divine Trinity!  Well, not that divine, but a Trinity for sure.  Most people that know me realize that I live by a certain […]

    My Trinity: Family, Bulls, and MMA

    Trinity…Trinity…Trinity…!  All day, the word Trinity has been floating around my head.  And then it came to me.  My life is a divine Trinity!  Well, not that divine, but a Trinity for sure.  Most people that know me realize that I live by a certain […]

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  • Since I skipped a year of college I talked my parents into letting me take a year off, finish my CPA exam, and spend a few months traveling.  That’s when I booked myself a 2 ½ month trip Down Under.  My last week there, I […]

    New Zealand Fallow Deer – My First Big Game Hunt

    Since I skipped a year of college I talked my parents into letting me take a year off, finish my CPA exam, and spend a few months traveling.  That’s when I booked myself a 2 ½ month trip Down Under.  My last week there, I […]

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  • Many years ago when I began bowhunting on my own, I immersed myself in learning more about the game I pursued. The goal of arrowing an unsuspected buck at 20 paces was lofty for sure. Knowing that deer normally travel on trails networks throughout their […]

    The Invaluable Trail Camera

    Many years ago when I began bowhunting on my own, I immersed myself in learning more about the game I pursued. The goal of arrowing an unsuspected buck at 20 paces was lofty for sure. Knowing that deer normally travel on trails networks throughout their […]

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  • We had been anticipating our trip fishing for the past year, since we had so much fun the previous year we decided to book the trip annually.  I checked the weather report and it showed snow over the pass and rain on the Columbia.  We […]

    2010 Sturgeon Fishing Trip On the Columbia River

    We had been anticipating our trip fishing for the past year, since we had so much fun the previous year we decided to book the trip annually.  I checked the weather report and it showed snow over the pass and rain on the Columbia.  We […]

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  • After a wild night at the local Rocky Mountain Foundation dinner, my husband and I ended up with a sage rat hunt.  I just couldn’t be outbid, but I had no idea what I was really bidding on.  Since I was up against all the […]

    Sage Rat Hunting – Fun Times in the Field

    After a wild night at the local Rocky Mountain Foundation dinner, my husband and I ended up with a sage rat hunt.  I just couldn’t be outbid, but I had no idea what I was really bidding on.  Since I was up against all the […]

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  • Many years ago when I began bowhunting on my own, I immersed myself in learning more about the game I pursued. The goal of arrowing an unsuspecting buck at 20 paces was lofty for sure. Knowing that deer normally travel on trail networks throughout their […]

    The Invaluable Trail Camera

    Many years ago when I began bowhunting on my own, I immersed myself in learning more about the game I pursued. The goal of arrowing an unsuspecting buck at 20 paces was lofty for sure. Knowing that deer normally travel on trail networks throughout their […]

    Full Field Journal

  • Thanks to the generosity from some new friends, I was able to join them this past spring for a special hunt with my oldest daughter, Abbey.  It was my birthday present for her as she’s always asking to go hunting with me.  She turned 8 in […]

    Spring Turkey Birthday Hunt

    Thanks to the generosity from some new friends, I was able to join them this past spring for a special hunt with my oldest daughter, Abbey.  It was my birthday present for her as she’s always asking to go hunting with me.  She turned 8 in […]

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  • Looking back on this hunt, my legs almost instantaneously begin to burn and feet start to blister. I was set and determined to kill a good bear by calling him to me, making for an up close and personal encounter. The season began slowly as […]

    Oregon Spring Bear 2009

    Looking back on this hunt, my legs almost instantaneously begin to burn and feet start to blister. I was set and determined to kill a good bear by calling him to me, making for an up close and personal encounter. The season began slowly as […]

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  • Spring black bear hunting in Oregon is probably one of the most fun and rewarding hunts that anyone can go on. Ranging from the coast of the Pacific Ocean to the Snake River, Oregon holds around 25,000 to 30,000 black bear annually. Most Oregon hunters […]

    Oregon Spring Bear 2010

    Spring black bear hunting in Oregon is probably one of the most fun and rewarding hunts that anyone can go on. Ranging from the coast of the Pacific Ocean to the Snake River, Oregon holds around 25,000 to 30,000 black bear annually. Most Oregon hunters […]

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  • Among the many equipment choices available today there is one piece of electronic gear that is embraced by both traditional and modern bowhunters – the GPS receiver. For many, a handheld GPS unit is their silent hunting partner, their navigator, and keeper of all secret […]

    GPS Tips

    Among the many equipment choices available today there is one piece of electronic gear that is embraced by both traditional and modern bowhunters – the GPS receiver. For many, a handheld GPS unit is their silent hunting partner, their navigator, and keeper of all secret […]

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