THE SCHIZOPHRENIC WING SHOOTER

For me, shooting is such a mental activity.  When I feel good about myself and life, I tend to shoot well.  However, when I feel anxious or stressed, it negatively impacts my shooting.  I sometimes refer to myself as “The Schizoprenic Wing Shooter” because, when it comes to my accuracy with a scattergun, I never know who is…

ANOTHER SHORT, BUT SWEET, REVIEW OF WAYMENT’S HEAVEN ON EARTH

It has been a long while since I posted anything regarding my first book, Heaven on Earth: Stories of Fly Fishing, Fun and Faith.  That’s because I’ve been busy working on two new books . . . and fishing, of course.  It is that time of year after all! I’m excited to share with the followers of Upland Ways that another short, but…

DUSTY’S NUB

On the backside of my favorite blue grouse covert that I christened, “Grouseketeer Ridge,” is an open hill above the timberline where blue grouse are often found in the sagebrush and berry bushes hunting grasshoppers, ants, and other insects.  It is consistently a great place to find birds. I call this particular part of the…