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There are so many things out of my control. Big things.  I guess I didn’t really have an example ready when I penned that opening thought, but let’s say peace. I would love it if … more
As children arrive at local elementary schools on the first day of classes, moms and dads with cameras in hand and occasional tears in their eyes escort their kids to the front door. With a kiss, a … more
The last time I talked to Dale Olson he was busy teaching children how to ride. As president of the Shoshone Back Country Horsemen, he was determined to bring new members to the … more
Some days are better than others. I was having a bad one when I remembered a friend telling me about some suspicious critters in the Garland Canal. As I pulled into a nearby gravel lot, a flock … more
I’ve spent many sleepless nights of my life overly excited before the opening of deer season. Dreams of drop tines and Boone and Crockett Club-sized racks run through my head on never-ending … more
In a stunning press conference last week, NASA has reported there is water on the moon. Notice I didn’t use an exclamation mark on that opening sentence. Quite frankly, the much anticipated … more
Get on your bike,” they said. “It’ll improve your health,” they said. I’m not new to cycling. I used to race mountain bikes and have done some long distance road … more
On June 18, the Wyoming Game and Fish Department announced the results of their limited quota hunting lottery. The night before the annual announcements must seem like Christmas Eve to many resident … more
Here it is, Sunday morning and I’m heading down an online rabbit hole on a quest to find Forrest Fenn’s treasure. First video: Toby Younis and the “Church of the Search.” … more
My harvested deer, a white-tailed doe, tested positive for chronic wasting disease. The news was saddening, ending my hunt on a sour note. Notice arrived six days after the hunt: “This email … more
Tag soup is best served with a spoonful of humility and swallowed along with your pride. A little salt in the open wounds of your failure helps it go down easier. Not familiar with the recipe? Its … more
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