How Traditions Begin

What are your family traditions at the holidays?  I have to admit most of the traditions that have stood the test of time in my family center around food, the eating of food, the preparation of food…let’s see, did I miss anything?  Oh yes, the gag table decorations while we eat the food.  Being the […]

The dogless days….

Late grouse opener this year.   It’s like torment.  I know…It’s only 10 days later, but it’s killing me.  Leaves are turning or turned depending on where you are, the air is getting brisk, and I’m  still hunting squirrels like I was in September.  The one upside to this whole ordeal is that I’ve logged […]

a point, a swing, and a miss…and another miss

We took to the field yesterday for the second tune up session of the season before the grouse opener on the 26th. It was a picture perfect fall day with the temperature just around 70. we ordered up 12 quail and took off. Gus had some great points through the day, but also showed room […]