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Michigan Upland Outlook

Writing for Michigan Out of Doors' 2010 Hunting Annual, Tom Huggler provides the following insight on the upcoming upland season...

Field & Stream Covers 1930’s – 1960s

I have always been impressed by those with a talent for painting. In this day of high resolution, photo-retouched, airbrushed, hyper-realistic imagery, it's great to see magazines like Pointing Dog Journal and Gray's Sporting Journal maintaining a more traditional, artistic approach to their covers. Original...

Hunting Dogs

...dogs are our link to paradise. They don't know evil or jealousy or discontent. To sit with a dog on a hillside on a glorious afternoon is to be back in Eden, where doing nothing was not boring-it was peace. Milan Kundera A friend recently gave me...

A Novelist Takes Aim

The "Field Enthusiasts" group on LinkedIn recently posted reference to an article in the Wall Street Journal regarding one man's take on "the charm of dogs, guns, shells and supper". The author Thomas McGuane, provides a wonderfully written essay capturing the invariable nature of upland...

36 St. James Street

In April of 2008 I traveled to London (UK) on business and fortunately had a full day to myself to explore the city. Not nearly enough time to see all the sites of London, but I had my priorities...