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Saturday Blog Rodeo 04/3/10
Well, here is another Saturday and it is time for another Rodeo!
As usual, I've picked out posts that I especially enjoyed this past week from the hundreds of blogs I follow. Remember if you bump into a post you especially like, drop me a note and I'll include it in the Rodeo. You can even feel free to copy this whole post and run it on your own blog; always nice to give a little link love to our fellow bloggers!
This is the big one for the week: The Thinking Hunter comments on the level of competition that has now permeated the hunting ethos. He makes many salient points, many of which I agree with. Some of our top blogging luminaries have weighed in with their opinions, and I should hope each and every one of us will take a moment to read not only the post, Competitive Hunting--BARF! but the comments as well!
Phillip over at the Hog Blog has written in-depth on his thoughts about Handguns for Hog Hunting. He correctly and positively praises the uploaded 45LC, my personal favorite. He also mentions and makes a couple of other comments about some other calibers. Nah! Just kidding! He covers all the good ones between the 9mm and the 500SW with his usual thorough and elucidating way. If you are contemplating taking any game with a handgun, give his post a read!
The beautiful and talented Brigid has a really fun idea for keeping the local miscreants in line near her Home on the Range. Get a trebuchet she suggests! "After all, nothing says "pipe down" quite like a rotten sheep carcass on fire arcing over the back fence onto their stereo." Neither does a good ol' ass whippin' if you ask me, but now-a-days you get arrested for doing the right thing.
My buddy Rick at Whitetail Woods has a classic case of Writer's Block! He's looking for ideas, and has put out an appeal for suggestions. Stop by and give him your two cents worth at Ideas and Suggestions are Welcome Here!
Sevesteen has a really cool and eclectic blog that I enjoy. Lately he has taken to doing a little leather work and produced his First Holster! He has done a remarkable job of it, and it looks professional and practical.
Gear Geek serves up a variety of reviews, many are tactical and practical ones. Backpack Strap Modification is one of the practical ones. He has a very professional video that has made, and the explanation is clear and concise.
Wild Ed serves up some mighty hot fixins with Texas Style Homemade Canned Jalepeno Peppers! "Be careful who you feed them to as these are Texas style and they are hot." He warns! Check it out at Wild Ed's Texas Outdoors, and try your hand at making some. Don't blame me if you fire your self right up!
Remember to let me know if there is something you want me to highlight for you! And don't forget, leave a little note on folk's blogs and let them know you stop by and appreciate their work.
Albert A Rasch
Member: Bagram Tent Club
Member: Hunting Sportsmen of the United States HSUS (Let 'em sue me.)
The Hunt Continues...