My Trees

It seems strange that one of my most vivid memories from my childhood was planting a tree. I don’t remember much about it other than my father bringing me this little sprout of a mimosa tree and showing me where I could dig a hole and put it in the ground. I was very...

Your Spring

My mind goes to so many outdoor activities this time of year. It’s the middle of February so mostly I’m planning for the next couple of months. Not only will turkey season be upon us soon, but some of the best pan fishing is knocking at the door. The walleye run will...

Larry (again)

      I’m working on our annual Golf Circle Event (links below) and thought about this experience and this article from the past. Hope you enjoy. Hilarious! That’s always the only word that comes to mind when I think of Larry’s...

Non-Typical

       I had a certain buck on my trail camera ever since last summer. He was nothing gigantic, but only different. He was a main-frame eight-pointer with an extra main beam growing straight out with another point on it. I determined that...

Light

Winter undoubtedly thwarts many outdoor plans in most parts of the country. If you don’t believe me, just wait until the first warm weekend in February. There will be more lawnmowers heard than any other time of the year. It’s not that they want to mow their lawn, but...

The Storms

I don’t exactly remember how my phobia came about, and even though it doesn’t incapacitate me, I still pause when I’m confronted with its likelihood. My phobia? Thunderstorms. I really don’t think it was a childhood struggle. I assume that at that time in my life I...