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Backyard Camping – A Possum, and Time Well Spent

I spend a lot of time outdoors teaching kids about hunting and fishing. I don’t always take them far and away to exotic lands and lakes; as a matter of fact, I never do that. Most of the times I teach them urban outdoor...

I Got Taken Out By an MMA Fighters Eyeballs

No sooner the comment left my lips I knew I was in trouble. My lack of forethought is amazing. I can say the dumbest things at exactly the right moment that shows everyone, or at least the Mrs., just how dumb I really am....

Plane Flights and Missing Deer

The flight path from Bergstrom International Airport goes just over our house on many days, and from the early morning hours to late into the night you can hear the passenger jets pushing up to altitude. By the time they are over our house...

The Red Dodge and The National Forests

So this will be my last running, athletic reference, thought for a while, I promise. Today, I was late getting up. Just a few minutes, maybe 10 or so, but it threw me way behind. My objective each day is to be back by...

Meeting God, Deer and Hot Peppers…

I have never been a very big sports guy. I did not play football in school, I was surely not a jock, in any way. I was such a trouble maker in school PE that they decided to buy horseshoes and try to get...

Non-Hunters and Cabelas Seem to Mix Well

This weekend I set up a small table in the Cabelas Store in Buda, Texas. We are good friends with the management at this particular store and try to always be in the store with KOZ at any of their promotional events. It’s a...

Dark Roast and God Time

I would never have thought that the dark roast, that thick dark brew at the coffee shop, would not be the most powerfully caffeinated of all the coffees. My local barista told me the medium blend was actually more potent. No way. I read...

A Chainsaw Encounter with God

This weekend was a rare treat. I didn’t have any scheduled events, required duties or lingering commitments I could not pass on. I love weekend like this. The weather was good and I felt good. Thank you God. Early on Saturday morning I pulled...

The Best and Worst 22 Minutes of My Life

There is not a lot you can do in just twenty-two minutes. It’s not long enough to watch a TV show, and you can’t drive hardly anywhere, or make it through the checkout stand at a busy grocery. I can get dressed and out...

Wildfire: An Army of Ten Thousand, an Army of One

The Wildfire Weekend just finished up in Lynchburg, Virginia. This morning is quiet and I don’t have to rally to the cause. I don’t need to make sure I have the right digital gear, the copies, the banners, and good thick socks. Last night...