Correspondents

I get letters. Now I am not simply referring to the comments that are occasionally generated by these blogs or the comments that may appear on Facebook. Nor am I citing the odd e-mail that may come my way because of a position I have taken regarding a particular subject. I mean a real
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Our Stuff

We live in a commercial world. It has become the norm for Americans to be consumed with our stuff. When I was a kid the notion of renting a garage just to have a place to store one’s stuff was ridiculous. Nowadays the self-storage business is one of the fastest growing small businesse
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A Hunter’s Disneyland

I believe it was the early fall of 1998 when I made my first caribou hunt. At that time I had just recently signed on with Petersen’s HUNTING magazine. A regular advertiser, Sammy Cantafio, wanted an “Arctic virgin” to come up and experience his caribou hunting operation out of Ungava
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Dogs

If you are of the thinking that a dog is nothing more than an accessory—fashion or otherwise—you can stop here. My position is—unalterably—that dogs are a perfect small example of God’s love that he lends us for a finite period of time. Dogs are—or should be—integral members of the fa
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A Favorite Pheasant Recipe

After knocking down a few roosters over my little setter I decided to resurrect an old favorite pheasant recipe. I am a huge fan of Mexican food and start showing withdrawal symptoms of my blood salsa level gets too low. So when I discovered this recipe years ago for chicken chalupas,
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