Meet duck hunting freak and power paddle boarder Hollis Lumpkin, who blogs about hunting and outdoor living at her fetching and interesting blog.
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A few weeks ago, I had the amazing pleasure of attending the 2018 Waterfowl Media Hunt in Saskatchewan, Canada. We hunted in the North Battleford area of Saskatchewan, with the fine folks at Northway Outfitters. Sponsored by Remington Outdoor Company Presenting sponsors included Remington, Sure Shot Game Calls, Polaris, Tourism of Saskatchewan, Vortex Optics, MEC […]
You know what’s fun? Trying new things. You know what’s even more fun? Trying new guns! I recently had the opportunity to review the oh-so-much-fun Remington Model 870 Tac-14 Marine Magnum, and I have to say, it did not disappoint. Sponsored by Liberty Safe I should give you a little background on the Remington Tac-14, […]
In a world where you can be anything, being a mother shouldn’t change that. As mothers, we tend to focus on our children’s needs and often forget our own. Sometimes we forget to make time for ourselves or for activities that allow us to decompress and reenergize. There are so many products on the market […]
This month’s installment in our coloring girl series features a little girl who is very special to our Babbs – her granddaughter, Pippi Jean. Of course, that’s not her real name, but let’s just say that this illustration – created by talented Kimberly Kolb Eakin – represents one of PJ’s fav things to do in […]
The fourth Saturday of September marks National Hunting and Fishing Day, NHFD. We have gleaned its history from the National Hunting and Fishing Day website. Over 100 years ago, hunters and anglers were the earliest and most vocal supporters of conservation and scientific wildlife management. They were the first to recognize that rapid development and […]