Monthly Archives: September 2016

A rainy bird hunt

Neither rain, nor wind, nor flash flood warnings could deter Doc and me from hunting on the final day of Sage Grouse season. The 45 degree temperature was comfortable for hunting although I did become a little chilled after the … Continue reading

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Mia’s opening day hunt

Since Doc got to go Ruffed Grouse hunting, it was only fair to take Mia on the opening day of Partridge and Sage Grouse season. She hunted hard and hunted well, and had a great time of it. For an … Continue reading

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Doc inaugurates hunting season

Doc went out on this year’s first bird hunt with an afternoon trip up Wolverine Canyon. My strategy was hunt the Ruffed Grouse as they came down for their mid-day watering, which worked out just as planned. We hadn’t hunted … Continue reading

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National Labrador Day

We spread Sophie’s ashes today out in the field she loved so much. I’m told that today is National Labrador Day, a fitting day to honor her memory.

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A virus for Dakota

Dakota began coughing after eating her dinner a couple of days ago, and at first I thought she was choking on her food. When she kept it up, I then thought she’d aspirated some food. She kept us up most … Continue reading

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