Well I went late season archery hunting for a Sasquatch on Saturday the 14th. It is difficult enough to find and harvest a Sasquatch during the regular season, but during late season archery, it is exponentially more difficult. Not one Sasquatch was seen; not even a track. However, NO WORRIES--the mountains depicted on the Coors beer can, that we brought in case of an 'emergency' requiring the intake of fluids, were 'blue' and the Lady was sizzling hot. A man could not ask for more! Oh...we were able to find a nice Christmas tree that was more than the USFS required 200 foot distance from a roadway (actually it was a mile away--Ha!). After I finally got it out to the road we were able to get it loaded onto 'Stealth' (so called because it has a muffler--unlike its twin 'Betsey' which is named after Davy Crockett's flintlock rifle) set up in the living room, and decorated!
Click on this-- Backcountry – The Magazine for Hunters, Anglers, and Other Outdoor Enthusiasts in North Idaho.--Thenn--nnn, scroll down to page 20 and 'Whalla!!!' you will be immediately confronted with Backcountry Magazine. My short story, entitled “Diversions,” is at page 20.
Question--I wonder if it is 'egotistical' of me to link to a short story that I wrote and which was published. Naw--besides, I would not give a rat's ass if it was. (Now THAT last statement could potentially be considered (by a low self esteemed crackpot venturing onto this blog cite) as being egotistical). Ha!