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REDNECK QUAKER: The morel of the story: Blame mushroom-related pranks on a fun guy
I am looking for the right words to describe the person that told me this mushroom story. He directs about 35 redneck mechanics at his work and he does not do it by yelling, screaming, threatening or using any other ill manner.
- WINE: Find stops many will miss off the beaten path One of the great joys of wine is great wine experiences. I just returned from 10 work-related days in Italy but had a full day in Tuscan wine country and a couple of great wine experiences.
- Deer season now allows 16- and 17-year-olds Individuals allowed to participate in Indiana’s two-day youth deer season, Sept. 26-27, have been expanded to include 16- and 17-year-olds for the first time.
- Valley Hunting: Now is perfect time to figure out perfect ambush point for next bow season How nice would it be to have a map showing the exact travel routes, bedding areas, and feeding areas of the local deer herd? That map is available; it’s just a matter of bundling up and hiking through the woods.
- Valley Outdoors: Mild temperatures make it ideal time to squeeze in hunting It’s the “dog days” of winter. The hunting seasons are winding down, fishing is just a dream, and turkey season is too far off to comprehend.
- Valley Hunting: Peebles thrilled with hunt in Southwest Judith Peebles has enjoyed hunting all her life, so when she had the opportunity to go on a Texas trophy whitetail hunt, it was an easy decision. In a column last year, I recounted Judith’s success hunting boar in the Tennessee mountains. Well, she’s been at it again, only this time it turned out to be the hunt of a lifetime.
- Valley Outdoors: Looking back on outdoor events in the Wabash Valley As another year comes to a close, it is time to look back and ruminate on the big events in the outdoor world in 2005: More land was acquired by the state Department of Natural Resources; the state of Indiana initiated a fall turkey season; Gander Mountain sporting goods opened in Terre Haute; and a potential state record buck was harvested in Morgan County.
- REDNECK QUAKER: The morel of the story: Blame mushroom-related pranks on a fun guy