My family would be the first to tell you that I grew up a tomboy. I was always perched up in a tree or playing in a mud puddle. I was quite the outdoor gal, and I had a fondness for camping.
Between a long winter of being cooped up indoors and a pandemic wreaking havoc across the nation, I haven’t had many opportunities this spring to enjoy the outdoors. For that reason, the few chances we had to get out on the water were not taken for granted.
For a man who doesn’t know how to swim, my husband has quite the fondness for water. Last year, he took that love to a new level by purchasing his first boat. We brought
The key to success in hunting is equal parts skill and knowledge, plus a whole lot of luck. You can be the best marksman and still wind up dealing with poor conditions and other misfortunes. On the other hand, sometimes luck just happens to be on your side.
One place that will always be near and dear to my heart is the state of Wyoming. There’s something about the rugged terrain, snowy peaks and pine trees that calls to me.
There’s a saying my grandma used to have. “It doesn’t matter if you win or lose, it’s how you play the game.” Never were those words more true than after a difficult deer season.
There are many experiences that help introduce a person to the great outdoors. I’ve gone on a number of hunting excursions with my husband, Led, over the years — some were a success, but others didn’t go as planned. However, being out in the wide open spaces is still good for the soul. Even …
Getting involved in the outdoors as an adult is much different from when you’ve grown up with it. I feel that there is so much to learn in a short amount of time to prepare for rifle season.
I haven’t always been interested in the great outdoors. Growing up with three older brothers, I was introduced to fishing poles and guns at a young age but was never fully immersed in the sports. After they left for college, the desire to be out in the woods faded until I met my husband.
OMAHA — U.S. Attorney Joe Kelly announced the unsealing of a criminal complaint charging Jonathan Daniel Rooney, 25, Winnebago, with manslaughter for the death of Kozee Decorah.