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Deer Hunting in Arizona

Being able to hunt deer in Arizona is as iffy as winning the lottery. The rules and regulations for hunting deer in Arizona require a hunter to apply for a permit that is issued by random drawing. I've found that your chances of being drawn is once in ever
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Posted in Sports on March 7, 2015

Cross Country Traveling Nightmares

I don't know how many people remember when you could travel across the country on less than $200 for gasoline. In 1965, I owned a 1960 Chevy Corvair, flat six, that got exceptional gas mileage. I had hauled a single axle U-haul trailer from Phoenix, Arizon
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Posted in Travel on March 3, 2015

Surprise Encounter (Part Two)

Cabe finished his coffee while Sally took another peek out the window. Cabe stood up and told her to follow him. "The first thing we have to do is detour that posse. You have to get out of those clothes and into something more feminine. W
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Posted in Writing on February 11, 2015

Surprise Encounter (Part One)

Cable Hanes sat astride his horse, on the edge of a mesa, and watched a small dust trail move across the valley below. It was a single rider and he was pushing his horse beyond its limits. Cabe's ranch house was nestled against the foot of the mes
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Posted in Writing on February 11, 2015

Remote Living In Arizona

I moved to Arizona in 1963. I was raised in Western New York State and the move was a complete trauma in my life. Being raised in a small town and moving to a big city, such as Phoenix, is a traumatic experience. I couldn't believe the amount of traffic, p
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Posted in Personal on February 10, 2015

Life's Little Moments

Every second of our life decides our path through life and our longevity. Every second that we live, something happens that changes our direction. If you hadn't taken that skip-step while walking along the sidewalk, your life would have been different than
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Posted in Personal on February 10, 2015

I'm Confused

I'm confused. I guess I have been all my life. The only reason I can come up with is that I refuse to be brainwashed. Don't get me wrong, I am willing to learn, I just want to learn what is right, so I don't have to do it all over again. In my ear
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Posted in Personal on February 9, 2015

How to Keep Your Dog Inside Your Fence

I recently adopted a dog from a local shelter. She has become a companion for my older dog, and a valued member of our family. Rescued dogs sometimes need extensive training to comply with the rules of its new home. She had a habit that probably put her in
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Posted in Gardening on February 8, 2015

Heart Attack Experience - First Person

On that Tuesday morning, the farthest thing from my mind was a heart attack. I ate a bigger-than-normal breakfast of scrambled eggs and hash-browned potatoes . I went outside to trim my rosemary hedges. I was working on the second hedge, when a pain in my
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Posted in Health & Fitness on February 8, 2015

Do You Believe In Ghosts

This article is not meant to be a book review. If you're interested in the possibility of ghosts, and where to find them, You might want to read "Historic Haunted America", by Michael Norman & Beth Scott. I am a believer, from personal experience, that
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Posted in Sci Fi & Paranormal on February 8, 2015

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