This past Saturday, our radio show topic was one I suggested–“women hunters”. Even though I’m not a hunter, I enjoyed moderating the show and sharing about the women hunters I’ve met this fall and what great gals they are.
One of those women hunters is an all-around outdoor woman who inspires me to the moon and back. She is Rene` Lofton Hatten, and I met her and Sammy this summer at our outdoor writer’s conference. She couldn’t believe the Bayou Woman wasn’t a hunter and invited me to the deer camp this fall, but you know how people say things to be polite and never follow through. Continue reading →
In our human limitations, we might not ever come to know the reasons that things happen the way they do in our lives–the good or the bad. Somehow, though, we most often seem to ask that question about the unfortunate events. Continue reading →
With near fall-like temperatures, the hunters aren’t the only ones enjoying the milder climate. Seems record number of alligators are taking advantage of the free lunches being offered throughout the marshes since Wednesday, the first official day of alligator season. Continue reading →
We are having a big family fish fry today, so there won’t be a brand new post for this weekend, however, I’m linking you to the article in the local paper about the opening of alligator season. It’s been raining all weekend, so I hope it stops for the gator hunters. Continue reading →
The buzzing of airboats reverberates across the marsh like giant bumble bees, humming their way from nest to nest in search of this ancient delicacy. Continue reading →