Welcome to Episode #32, Barn Quilt Pioneers. What happens when an age-old art form and a means of cultural expression morphs, and migrates, and transforms itself, at the hands of a new generation, into a new art form? Well, you have something pretty special. And that’s exactly what has happened with the concept and implementation … Continue reading #32 Barn Quilt Pioneers
Although I spent a fair amount of time in the outdoors as a child and teen, I was never a hunter. No one in my family hunted or fished. And it was really a man's sport and pastime.But all that has changed, and my thinking and feeling about hunting has really evolved over the years. … Continue reading #13 Hunting & Fishing are for EVERYONE!
It's September 1st. There was a mist this morning, skeins of light gray cotton wool lingering horizontally, weaving themselves back and forth within the folds of the land and sneaking out onto the lake. This evening, the crickets will sound louder than they did in July and August. And the smell of wood burning will … Continue reading #11 Say Goodbye to Summer, Hello to Autumn Glory
There's a movement afoot . . . well, there are a lot of movements afoot these days, but what I mean is, in the world of foodies, cooking, and all things tasty, there seems to be a preponderance of cast iron retrograde in the air. From Huffington Post to "The Pioneer Woman" on HGTV, to the … Continue reading #10 Back to Basics: Cast Iron for Your Mountain Cooking (Grill, Saute, Sear, or Bake!)