Category Archives: story telling.

By Example: The Extra Mile

I often talk about the disconnect between what we say and what we do. I want to show you an example of what one dad did for his daughters soccer team and their families. I think it’s incredible work and … Continue reading

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A Bird Fiasco

There I was, reading Daryl Madden’s “Layers of Colors poem” which you should read if you love autumn, silence and..just read it..click here and the rains came, wind gusts filled the porch, blew open the end door and something came in … Continue reading

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A Snowblowing Life Principle That Works

  Please follow this flowing stream of words around a few bends of thought. The southernmost neighbor asked a friend if he could use his tractor and snow blower for our driveway. I think he saved us all a lot of … Continue reading

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Cold Winter Fashion Statement

Bundle up!  How’s that for a statement. And yes, you can fashion up if it makes you feel better. But while I have you here I will give you a few tips on thriving in weather below zero. My personal … Continue reading

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Adventure and Fear: The Hunt and Haunt

Confessions of an adrenaline junkie I have this….um; weakness, bent, brash drive and pure happenstance existence to dive into the unknown. At least it’s unknown to me and usually those (un)lucky enough to be along. Consider these true and unembellished snippets. … Continue reading

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Wilderness Food Planning for the unorganized (like I should talk)

I was in the grocery store for a couple hours (seemed like) with a cart load of camping food and my cart disappeared. It was just gone. I found it two isles over being pushed by a very small elderly … Continue reading

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Stumbled Upon Outdoor Truths

I realized yesterday that I have spent over a year of my life leading trips in remote wilderness settings. Three years have been logged taking people fishing from boats, banks, and canoes. 12,614,400 seconds of ones life doing these kind … Continue reading

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More Snow: A Creative Response (I think)

Just when it was starting to show signs of spring. No global warming here this year. Last year at this time it was 70 degrees. This morning I plowed snow with the bumper to get to work and getting home … Continue reading

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One Wild Dream

Ah Yes. Dreams. Ever had a doozie? Well this one was so real I wandered around the house for awhile to see if I was in my dream world or actually awake. So Sit back relax and enjoy this recollection. … Continue reading

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Fishing: with Adventure Possibilities

I love fishing. I love adventure. I love being out in a wilderness setting with a rod, gun, and a camera. I absolutely enjoy the rush of insight gained about, God;  who created all of it and knowing He hears … Continue reading

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