My humorous take on a pretty serious event. I hope everybody is dry and safe. If you have a generator CHECK ON YOUR NEIGHBORS!
Last Saturday, here in the State of Maine was ‘Youth Day’ for kids under 16 to hunt for deer. My 12 year-old son Will, said he was excited to go. I made arrangements for him to hunt at a local beef farmer’s land. He has over 1,500 acres of corn fields, hay fields, pastures, woodlots, […]
Follow me along as I share stories from bear camp 2017
Big Bob Chandler picked me up for our bear hunt on Tucker Ridge at 930am on Sunday morning. We would be heading up past Lincoln over to Rt 6 to hunt from a blind over bait. Our Guide, John Floyd, had been sending us game cam pictures for weeks and we were excited. We talked […]
Since I first got chickens, sometime around 2009/10 I have had a lot of hens go broody. A broody hen, is a hen that wanders away from the normal place the other hens lay eggs, to lay eggs on her own, in hopes of hatching them. One thing has been consistent with all of them. […]
Please understand, I am sorry that many people will become homeless, or worse because of hurricanes…I just tend to be a little harsh, but always logical. God bless those who are riding out the storms!
Herrmann’s world famous Lipizzan Stallions will be passing through Newport Monday, August 28 with a Maine State Police escort, on their way to East Ridge Stable in Charleston.where they will be performing shows over Labor Day Weekend. The event is going to feature 4 shows. The first show will be on September 1 at 7:00 […]
If you are looking for something that differs from the usual cookout, or late summer camping trip for Labor Day weekend, I have just the thing! Herrmann’s Royal Lipizzan Stallions are coming to East Ridge Stable in Charleston! The event is going to feature 4 shows. The first show will be on September 1 at […]
Residents all over Maine awoke on Tuesday morning to a strange and terrifying sight in the eastern sky. What is being described as a “large fiery orb” hung low in the east, and as the morning wore on it slowly climbed higher and higher as it traveled west. Many people ran for shelter in caves. […]