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Guru Huntress: Wright spots Guru's truck … wins a Kelly Kettle

Linda Wright sent us a photo of the Guru Huntress’s truck, parked in a field near the town of Gem in northwest Kansas. She wrote, “I am assuming they were hunting deer. We live about one-half mile from the location.”

Thanks, Linda, for sending us the photo of a very dirty Guru’s truck. You’ll be receiving a Kelly Kettle in the mail shortly. Please let us know what you think about the kettle, OK? We have it on our Christmas list for several of our friends and family.

Read all about Nancy Jo’s latest hunts at her blog. Also, look for more women’s hunts arranged by Nancy Jo for 2011.

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The Conversation

  • Tammy Ballew says: November 18, 2010 at 12:44 pm

    Lucky Linda! Awesome that she spotted your truck and that she’s a reader of The WON!! And awesome she won a Kelly Kettle! It’s all gooood!

  • Women's Outdoor News says: November 16, 2010 at 8:02 am

    That’s great, Nancy Jo! I didn’t realize that your truck’s name is Clyde. Like your analogy about owl scat and Kansas roads, btw.

  • Nancy Jo Adams says: November 15, 2010 at 4:51 pm

    Congratulations Linda!!

    We were actually sitting about 800 yards from where Clyde was parked in this photo. And yep, he was VERY dirty!! We nearly got stuck in a ditch on Road 28 coming out of the woods on Thursday evening when we slid sideways doing about 25 mph in 4 high. Warning to the wise: Kansas roads are slicker than owl scat when it rains.

    I had imagined nearly every possible opportunity that someone would have a chance to take a photo of Clyde and I even witnessed someone taking a photo on the interstate with her cell phone at the wheel…but I would have NEVER dreamed it would be in a remote place, in a town with a population of probably less than 100, while I sat unknowingly 800 yards away! That is just too neat.

    I hope to meet you in person on our next visit! Thank you for taking the time to snap a photo and for submitting it to Women’s Outdoor News and congratulations on such a neat prize.

    Nancy Jo