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04
Sep

My Take on the Boy Scout Scandal

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People often ask how I became interested in the outdoors. I was raised in an inner city in New York State where cement and pavement were my playground. When I was a kid my parents would take me to a farm owned by friends. I spent most of my time outside pulling up grass for the cows and throwing it in the pasture, feeding ducks, geese and chickens, and watching the pigs as they wallowed in the mud.  I loved that place, and didn’t want to go back to the city when we had to leave.

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28
Jan

My Photo Made the Cover of Outdoor Life

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The phone rang at 6 a.m. irritated, I rolled over in bed and picked it up, wondering who would be calling at this godawful hour in the morning.

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15
Dec

A Wild Hunt in Idaho

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This story is a tribute to my outfitter buddy Jack Wemple who passed away recently.

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29
Mar

An Adventure in Southern California

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It was 1981 when the editor of Outdoor Life called and told me he wanted me to go on a little fishing trip. I was all ears, and when he explained the details, I wasn’t so sure I wanted to accommodate him. However, since I’d been with the magazine full-time for only a few years and I was expected to accept editorial assignments, I agreed with masked enthusiasm.

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27
Feb

It All Started Here - Part 3

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This is part 3, the last of my blog that describes my outdoor career. In the first two parts, I get into my early life, then my years in two colleges, three jobs in Utah, New York, and then back in Utah. Part 2 ends where I receive a phone call while working as a wildlife biologist for the US Bureau of Land Management in Vernal, Utah. The year was 1978.

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