Monthly Archives: October 2016

American Rifleman: November 2016

This month’s issue of American Rifleman featured mostly election and politics information, as could be expected with such a pivital Presidential race rapidly approaching.  Naturally, American Rifleman spoke of Trump and Clinton mostly, but did not mention Johnson’s voting record … Continue reading

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A Trip to Sportsman’s Warehouse

I wonder how long it will be before there is the rush on guns and ammo, like there has been in the last few election cycles?  Will I look back on the stacks of .223 as a fond memory, and … Continue reading

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Food Preparation

I think my favorite food preparation for camping at this point is homemade beef stew. For this, I use a dehydrator, a food processor and a vacuum sealer, and I keep the beef separate from the veggies until time to … Continue reading

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Outdoor Books: Hatchet, by Gary Paulsen

I first read this novel in the 7th grade, and I really loved it.  It was required reading for my class, as we did a unit on survival. The plot of the story is that a 13 year old boy … Continue reading

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