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Hunting Season Is For Girls

This past weekend was opening season for dove hunting in Texas.  So begins 6 months of nearly continuous hunting seasons open in the state.  It starts with dove season, and only a brief break in November will divide it with whitetail season.  So what, you may ask?  I’ll tell you so what. Hunting season in […]

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Girls Go Wild

With the white tail hunting season finally closed in Texas, the boys back home on the weekends, and most of the meat back from the processor, attention turns now to other, more domestic fancies.  Like what the heck do you do with the 400 pounds of game meat in your extra freezer.  After all, the […]

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Take Two Tuesday–Meat and Potatoes, and Men With Big Guns

As White-Tail Deer season is wrapping up in the Texas Hill Country and most of the campfires have been extinguished, it is time to reflect on the good times the season brings. Oh, the tall tales that have been told, of the big one’s that got away—the 185 B/C with double drop tines and 10 inch […]

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Hunting Season Is For Girls

This past weekend was opening season for dove hunting in Texas.  So begins 6 months of nearly continuous hunting seasons open in the state.  It starts with dove season, and only a brief break in November will divide it with whitetail season.  So what, you may ask?  I’ll tell you so what. Hunting season in […]

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Girls Go Wild

With the white tail hunting season finally closed in Texas, the boys back home on the weekends, and most of the meat back from the processor, attention turns now to other, more domestic fancies.  Like what the heck do you do with the 400 pounds of game meat in your extra freezer.  After all, the […]

Continue Reading

Meat and Potatoes, and Men With Big Guns

As White-Tail Deer season is wrapping up in the Texas Hill Country and most of the campfires have been extinguished, it is time to reflect on the good times the season brings. Oh, the tall tales that have been told, of the big one’s that got away—the 185 B/C with double drop tines and 10 inch […]

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It’s Chilly, Chili, Chile

The weather has turned chilly.  In central Texas, we get all excited when the temperature drops below 70 degrees, and we start acting crazy. Like white-tailed bucks during the rut.  For the uninitiated, the rut is that one time of year when white tail deer mate.  During this period the bucks seem to lose any […]

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