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In a split second, I knew it was a bald eagle as it shot by about ten feet overhead. I had never been that close to one in flight before. The unmistakable white markings, yellow beak and talons and gargantuan wingspan that easily distinguished it from the more common ravens and falcons in Ocean Shores were … Continue reading »

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Finally, the hunting begins

My alarm went off at 4:30 in the morning, and my first thought was, “You’ve got to be kidding me.” Even though I had gone to bed relatively early the night before, I still didn’t get much sleep since it was the night before my first real hunting trip. Fortunately, the excitement of the coming … Continue reading »

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Postponing the hunt

As I sit here in my blaze orange Deer Camp 2011 tee-shirt from Cabela’s and write this blog entry on my couch, I think about how I should be out in the woods sitting on a stump glassing a clearcut for movement. I should be creeping through the timber areas north of Brady, Washington, stalking … Continue reading »

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The A, B and G lines north of Brady, WA

I recently had the fortune to be taken on a personal tour of the Weyerhauser logging areas north of Brady, WA. I’ve been more and more interested in hunting as of late, and a coworker of mine – an avid hunter since he was a teenager – was kind enough to take me on a … Continue reading »

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