Tag Archive: Louisiana

Bobcat in a Suitcase by A. Dewitt Day

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Back in the forties, my Papa was the mill foreman for a large sawmill just out of Caster, Louisiana.  This mill was a part of the Longleaf Lumber Company. As you would guess… Continue reading

Tuby Goodwill

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I knew I wanted to write an article honoring Mr. Robert E. Goodwill and, as I considered what to write, an entire section of my memory began to unzip from its archives and… Continue reading

Third Chance Buck

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Written by Jessica Spillers.  Electrical Engineer, Houston, TX. For most people, every year bow hunting conjures up images of crisp, cool forests and chilly evenings swaying in the breeze at the top of… Continue reading

Kamakaze Divers Beginnings

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As 18 year old “men” on a continuous journey to find and experience new and exiting ways to kill stuff, we jumped at the opportunity to spearfish. Mad Mike, my buddy Alex’s dad… Continue reading