Today marks the 30th anniversary of my Eagle Scout award, and I may never forget the date again.Continue reading “Once Boy Scout, Forever Eagle Scout”
If you don’t know how to answer that question, I pity you. If you didn’t so much as recognize that as a word, you could be beyond all help.
Believe it or not, this is a serious matter. I am afraid we have collectively forgotten how to go fishin’.Continue reading “Whatchafishinfer?”
How would you rate your 2022? So-so, satisfactory, spectacular, staggeringly stupendous? One would hope for better than 2021 or 2020, but to be fair, that bar was pretty low.
I’m happy to report my 2022 has been sensational (and then some), and I have lots to share.Continue reading “NAGC News: Turkeys, Trips, and Good Times”
Most Minnesota foragers—whether berry seekers or not—are familiar with blueberries. Our native blueberries are both abundant and widespread, popping up in varied habitats. While not every year is a good year, pickers of all ages can usually enjoy decent harvests of these flavorful, nutrient-packed treasures more often than not.Continue reading “Foraging in Minnesota: Blueberries”
Turkey hunting tends to get us up early. Normally, it feels like a death march from bed to the kitchen. But not the other day. I practically sprang from bed, not having slept very soundly all night.Continue reading “Three Magical Days: Part II- First Turkey Hunt”