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On Saturday, as a group of us were wrapping up a workday on our hunting property, we gathered back at our camp house to chew the fat before departing.
Despite the fact that we’re now officially into March, it’s still quite cold outside. Turkey season is still a few weeks away and, although I love fishing, I’m just not one for getting out on the water when I know that I’ll spend more time shivering than catching.
Suddenly, the world changed.
Around here, it almost seems as if Mother Nature has gotten a bit confused. I’m not sure how else you can explain it considering the way our weather has run lately.
These days, it seems that both kids and adults alike can find a million reasons to stay in the house and never venture outdoors. After all, most folks have around 300 channels of television now. There are computers of some sort in just about every home and even the soon-to-be retired Pope Benedict has got himself an iPad.
If you haven’t heard, it looks like baiting for deer will soon be legal across all of South Carolina.
One of the busiest boat shows in the region returns to Charlotte, with several area businesses in tow.
I’ve never had the desire to own an AR-15 semi-automatic rifle and I’m willing to bet that this is true with the majority of gun owners across this country. Maybe not the AR specifically, but every gun owner can point to models that were just never a part of his or her wish list.
The preamble of The United States Constitution begins with three simple words. Do you recall what they are?
Spending last week in Louisville, Ky., at the 2013 edition of the Archery Trade Association’s annual trade show, I was able to forget for a while that my hunting season has actually ended.