Monthly Archives: November 2016

November grouse hunt

I normally don’t hunt grouse this late in the year, but Elvis and I went hunting in Wolverine Canyon in what was probably my last grouse hunt of the year. We hunted a little canyon where I normally find Ruffed … Continue reading

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Elvis re-certifies

Elvis was due for his 2-year re-certification with the Intermountain Therapy Animals (ITA) and last Sunday we made the drive to Salt Lake City, Utah for his testing. He passed his tests with flying colors and made some new friends … Continue reading

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The birds are safe

No birds were harmed during Friday’s hunt, though it was no fault of Doc and Mia. With the temperature in the mid-teens and a light wind, the guys were invigorated and hit the ground running. We hunted both duck and … Continue reading

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Pick up your toys

One of the games I play with the guys is the “pick up your toys” game. It’s actually their chore, but they think it’s a game and unknown to them, it’s also training. I came up with this game during … Continue reading

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Ruffed Grouse wrap

If you’re like me and your culinary skills are more like “Worst Cooks in America” than “Top Chef”, here’s a simple recipe that turned out pretty good. It was supposed to be a wrap but I overstuffed the tortilla and … Continue reading

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Mia, Doc, and the junior hunters

Doc and Mia did a great job at this year’s Family Outdoor Festival as they welcomed junior hunters to the joy of hunting. I was told by one of the organizers that several people asked to hunt with the “dogs … Continue reading

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