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Where…The Deer Track Leads

September 1, 2020


    No man that runs can read it; but one who walks slowly, and who pauses long to observe, will translate some what as follows the silent but eloquent language of tracks. – Archibald Rutledge       The imprint that has been left on the landscape of literary work when it comes to […]

Crystal Vision

December 10, 2019


Reflections on Following God’s Clear Commands in an Age of Confusion     “A river reaches places that its source never knows of.” – Oswald Chambers In his new book, Crystal Vision, Brian Heaphy writes, “Several years ago, in the black of a cold October night, I was awakened by the sound of a rather […]

Hunting Whitetails From On High

October 2, 2012


  “Stand hunting simply denotes a hunter’s concealing himself in a well chosen spot, where he waits for deer to come to him.” – David Libby   Jim Shockey once wrote, “Tracking a whitetail in fresh snow is arguably a better way to hunt than stand hunting or still-hunting. Tracking eliminates the boredom of the […]

Man On The Run

April 10, 2012


“Unconsidered, merely indulged, ambition becomes a vice; it can turn a man into a machine that knows nothing but how to run. Considered, it can be something else-pathway to the stars, maybe.” – Wallace Stegner  Men indeed are on the run. They are either running to or from something; that just seems to be in […]