Friday, November 30, 2007

Hunters Help the Hungry

Check out South Dakota Sportsmen Against Hunger.

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Alice C. Linsley said...

This is a wonderful idea. Glad to read about it.

The photo is lovely. One thing I enjoy about your blog is the incredible photos. The natural beauty of the Dakotas is awe-inspiring.

TLF+ said...

Thanks, Alice. I seek out photos from the Dakotas - the natural beauty can be stark, but beautiful it is!

Right now, the clearer the sky the colder the air... but when I go out in it (which I have to do for the dog!)I long to get a good shot of the night or early morning sky here.

The dog just likes to chase rabbits. Never catches one...but loves the chase.

Anonymous said...

A side note, several hunter friends are saying the pheasants and deer are very "fatty" this year, which if you believe in old ways would indicate we are in for a long, cold and snowy winter.

Alice C. Linsley said...

Fr. Tim, My dog is like that. She's a Kentucky "rabbiting" dog and once she's on a scent, forget it! Nothing distracts her.

The clear nights show forth HIS glory in the skies.

MWN, There's wisdom in the old ways. Put in some extra fire wood. I've put in 6 cords as I heat my little cottage with wood. Here in KY that will probably get me through the winter.