Monthly Archives: June 2011

New house should improve my trapshooting

My wife and I finally found a new house with some acreage, and that can only help my trapshooting. I plan to break out the old spring-loaded thrower and start flinging clays for myself as soon as we move in. … Continue reading

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More humiliation at the trap range

I went to the trap club to get a little practice without a bunch of people around to see me make a fool of myself, but I got there during a registered shoot. Not only were there more people than … Continue reading

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Outfished by a seven-year-old … again

It’s bad enough to spend a day on the water without catching any fish, but it’s even worse when someone else in your party is catching fish. But imagine being outfished by a seven-year-old. Repeatedly. And on Sunday, when my … Continue reading

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Scent-free … storage?

The folks at Scent-Lok have thought of everything. They have scent-blocking clothing from coats all the way down to undies, and now they have a scent-blocking storage tote, too. I rolled my eyes when I first saw the Scen-Tote, but … Continue reading

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The GPS conspiracy

It turns out our cell phones can be hijacked by hackers, basically turning them into microphones for bad guys to use to listen to our conversations. That’s bad enough, but what if they can tap into our GPS receivers, too? … Continue reading

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Time for a good drenching — let’s go camping

Early camping trips are nothing if not a great time to get wet. Listen to today’s show for some warnings and recollections about camping trips taken before the end of Wyoming’s wetter season.

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Some lessons are harder than others

Whether it’s realizing you just broke your only compass or trimmed your toenails too close before you headed for the field, lessons learned in the outdoors are sometimes hard ones. Listen to today’s show to find out some of the … Continue reading

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