Month: February 2018

  By Pete Rogers I have to admit, a few years ago I laughed at people using trekking poles or hiking sticks. Admittedly, I have used a hiking stick, made of wood and about forty inches long, most of my life. Although I never measured the hiking stick, I carried one for balance and because […]

  By Pete Rogers When the alarm went off, the chill in the air was penetrating to my bones, at least to those parts of my body that crept outside my sleeping bag. The wood stove in our wall tent had gone out during the night, and none of us braved the cold to stoke […]

  Successful Scouting Depends on Quality Optics. By Nancy Jo Adams The day had finally arrived. The trip that we saved for, prepared for, and spent hours studying maps for was upon us. It was the first day of our Midwest whitetail hunt. As we stood on top of a huge rock bluff looking out […]