Vermont

4PT16.4 – Broken Arrow

4PT16.4 - Broken Arrow 1

I don’t know whether to laugh or cry. Everything was playing out perfectly. At least it was until I got involved. Vermont Archery season opened this past Saturday and with it a renewed excitement over the thought of hunting in some new scenery. New Hampshire has been fun, but I haven’t had any luck over…

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Moose Permit Applications are Stressful!

Vermont Bull Moose, Eastern Moose

In the last week I’ve had two very concerning events take place in my life, which has me a little on edge. Actually, it was three events if you count my three-year-old neighbor who, with hands raise high, demanded to know why I’d accidentally thrown a Frisbee in his yard. “I had an off night,…

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VT Spring Turkey – Season Recap

Tom Turkey, Northeast Bowhunter,

I didn’t get out as much as wanted to, but I was able to hunt enough times to know that I’ll be back. It was a lot of fun. As a newbie to the sport, I learned a few tips I’ll carry with me into next season if I can remember them by then –…

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The Woodpile Woodchuck

The Woodpile Woodchuck 2

This woodchuck had tormented me for weeks. Ever since I received the text that said a woodchuck had been spotted at the office, I’ve amounted to next to nothing. His stomping grounds were within sight of the window next to the printer, and I made an above average number of trips to it to see…

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Fish Lice and Stuff.

Fish Lice and Stuff. 3

I hate yard work with a passion. That’s not entirely true, I don’t mind yard work when I feel like I am accomplishing something, but that’s not the case with my yard. It’s a disaster. I can’t get anything to grow like it should. I was out on my hands and knees working away one night…

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