WilderWolf update.

On July 29, 2012 By

Things have been very crazy for us lately, between work and trying to get WilderWolf established. We have some exciting things to tell you about and will be posting about them in the next few days. Stay tuned.

In the mean time, enjoy my favorite picture of Hannah Audrey.


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So I’ve been gone a bit lately, but I’m back. While I was out, one of the things that I was doing was attending an outdoor primitive skills event in Salmon, Idaho with lots of like-minded folks. We had a self-defense instructor there (Coach Josh from Urban Defense Institute) who is also part of the [...]

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Gone Fishing

On June 12, 2012 By

I thought I’d have a lot more time this weekend than I did. Having a kid in the house really zaps computer time when you’re using the monitor as a TV AND as a game console for the kid. I took him back last night, and am back to a semi-regular schedule as of today.


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Yesterday, I was telling you about our adventures at Farragut, but I didn’t want to get TOO involved in the story, because what I really wanted to tell you about was those really cool National Audubon Society Field Guides. So here’s the rest of the story.

We were trying to get ahold of the eldest [...]

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I have recently discovered the joys of the National Audubon Society Field Guides and I couldn’t NOT say something about them here. When Rich was here, he and I went down to the Farragut State Park here in North Idaho, which is a weird place to buy Audubon Society books, but they were sort of [...]

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On June 6, 2012 By

I think I made it pretty clear yesterday that I didn’t have a problem with the storm. And just to prove it, I let it storm all day today too without complaining once. I got a ton of work done, I might have gotten on Facebook once or twice, and tonight after I couldn’t stand [...]

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Once upon a dark and stormy twilight, there was a girl, and she was scared.

It actually wasn’t all that dark. Or at least, not for 8:00 PM in the late Spring, and certainly not compared to how stormy it was. The rain was coming down in solid curtains of water that she could see [...]

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Power Nap

On May 31, 2012 By

I heard Atlas playing by himself this morning and smiled to myself that my silly little (little?) Great Pyr puppy had found something with which to amuse himself. I figured it was a butterfly or a moth or something. Apparently it wasn’t.

The boy was just pleased with himself because he, evidently, wanted to take [...]

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