Monthly Archives: January 2020

She run off with a Norski

She run off with a Norski Come home from fishin’ and my woman was gone. She took my fjord horse and every goat on the farm, But the worst thing is she run off with a Norski. A six-four Viking … Continue reading

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January morning walk

Clear blue sky, but the thermometer read 5 degrees and a raw 10 mile-per-hour wind was blowing. We went for a January morning walk anyway. The bite of an Arctic wind on face and hands is our admission fee to … Continue reading

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Siren Song of the Southwest

AN ARCTIC WIND carried the first snowstorm of January across the North Country this week, the temperature dropped to six below zero, and our long, steep driveway is a bobsled run of packed snow and ice. Last night, listening to … Continue reading

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There’s a point (of impact) to all this

Certain that the old Lefever 16 gauge must be shooting low (I missed two shot at pheasants one cold December morning) I spent this overcast January afternoon doing a point-of-impact test to prove the inaccurate shooting was the fault of … Continue reading

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