thank God everyday for being born in this great country of ours. I love Texas.
But no matter where I go, the outdoors means the same. This site helps me share
my love of the outdoors. I hope it is enjoyed by those who come across
FINALLY!! I made myself sit down and
piece at least something together on last season. I didn't cover but a few
items but they were top of the list. Not much can beat spending time outdoors
with my kids and sharing God's great creations with them. I hope you enjoy our
Hunters are taking to the woods and safety should be on
their minds just as much as deer are. Check out my treestand safety page. Being
a volunteer instructor for hunter education I like covering this topic. Sadly,
I always come across someone who has (or knows someone who has) fallen from a
treestand. Check out my link for some thoughts on putting safety first.
figured it was about time to make a page on feral hogs. The prevalence of these
pesky, destructive creatures as well as the rise in interest in hunting them is
astounding. I am by no means an expert on the topic but I am passing on
information that I do know as well as providing links for more
BowTech Assassin and Rage Expandables just
This story is about the very first animal I took with my
bow and the day it happened. The day was meant to happen the way it did and it
will never be duplicated again. A unique turn of events produced great memories
for myself and my two youngest children.
DIY Box Blind
Having never built a
blind before and finding little help on the internet, I wasn't sure how it
would turn out. If it went well, I would have something my kids and I could
hunt from. If not, I would have a new outhouse to live in after my wife found
out I wasted the money. Check out the steps I took to
build a box blind and see if
you too can build one. And I won't charge you. By the way, my youngest daughter
killed her first deer from this blind in the 2009-10 season
For most of the past 30 years I
have been loyal to a certain brand of smokeless tobacco. When I started in the
ninth grade, there were no rules on ages for buying it. I even won a trip to
the Daytona 500 from the parent company in 1989. In September of 2005 I was
diagnosed with cancer. Squamous Cell Carcinoma. It resided on the inside of my
right cheek. In hopes of reaching out to those who dip, I like to share my
story with all who will listen.
Click here for my story.
"As a deer pants for
streams of water, so my soul pants for you O God."Psalm 42:1