Monthly Archives: July 2018

Without tubes and wires

…the best ending would be a sudden heart stoppage when a trio of rooster pheasants or a covey of prairie grouse explodes at my feet as I step in front of my dog Abbey who is locked on point, frozen … Continue reading

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Blow ye winds westerly

Weather can be as capricious as a grizzly bear in a foul mood. Blow ye winds westerly An oily boil of a thunderstorm tumbled black and grey from the northwest on a tropical jungle afternoon that had somehow migrated from … Continue reading

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