It’s easy to get lost in the why’s of waterfowling. It’s a type of hunting that involves a preponderance of waiting. Waiting gives time for the mind to wander. That reliability, coupled with the human need to justify suffering and explain away failure results in a gaggle of pseudo-profound pronouncements. We all become philosophers waiting in the dark, doing our best to ignore the penetrating chill as we wait for the sun to rise and birds to fly. Poetic ruminations abound when triggers are pulled and birds escape unfazed.
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Wild game is a labor of love. Every year, Lindsey Davis, spends countless hours preparing for the season, in the field and in the pursuit, and hopefully processing my animals to share and enjoy throughout the year. One way she love to enjoy game is through homemade sausage.
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