My Father’s Caliber

Coming from the eastern half of the continent, mountain caribou hunting was completely unfamiliar to me. That changed when I inherited my father’s classic 1960s rifle made expressly for Western-mountain hunting and chambered in the now obsolete 7 mm magnum Sharpe & Hart. Before his passing, my father was keenly interested in ballistics and target shooting. […]

Straight Path on the Water

My story began in November of 2018. Our family was going through some struggles as we had lost our grandfather, grandmother, cousin, and my uncle, John Boerboon, all within a short time.  Uncle John had battled with cancer for the second time and was taken by his illness. I received a call from him just […]

His & Hers Moose Hunt

There is nothing more serene than being out in God’s country where most other humans don’t or won’t go. I am a 56-year-old woman who spent her first 13 years in the urban jungle of the Bay Area in California. My brother and I were raised by a single mother who struggled to make ends […]

She Said Yes!

Long before I was old enough to hunt big game, I tagged along with my father as he hunted high desert mule deer, pronghorn antelope, called predators, and pursued waterfowl. We lived very rural, and at 8 years old, “big game” hunting for me consisted of chasing blacktail jackrabbits through the tall sage with my […]