Claim the privilege of hunting according to the dictates of your own conscience, and allow all hunters the same privilege;
let them practice how, where, or what they may.








Saturday, May 1, 2010

Saturday Blog Rodeo 05/01/10

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Saturday Blog Rodeo 04/3/10

Well, here is another Saturday and it is time for another Rodeo!

As usual, I've picked out posts that I especially enjoyed this past week from the hundreds of blogs I follow. Remember if you bump into a post you especially like, drop me a note and I'll include it in the Rodeo. You can even feel free to copy this whole post and run it on your own blog; always nice to give a little link love to our fellow bloggers!

I don't usually highlight any blogs that are commercially affiliated, but this week I make an exceptions. The reason is that this blogs isn't necessarily plugging the businesses they are in. Yes they occasionally discuss what they do, but the information is substantially informative and worth considering!

First up is Muzzleloader/Scurlock Publishing Blog. I recently found Bill Scurlock's blog while researching Powder Horns. Bill is the publisher of Muzzleloader Magazine, and more books on early American and frontier history than I can reasonably get an excuse to buy! (As a matter of fact, you can look forward to some reviews on their books.) There's a lot of wonderful pictures and information on his blog. If you are into muzzleloading and black powder, this is a great site to visit regularly.

The Suburban Bushwacker has introduced us to several Dog-centric blogs this week. His post Dog Blokes, Dog Blogs has several really good blogs to entertain yourself with.

Mr Hank of Hunter Angler Gardener Cook talks turkey this week, wild turkey.  Fortunately Holly (NorCalCazadora) busted a turkey this season and Mr Hank makes a half dozen different things with the dang bird. By the way, congrats on the IACP award! Now about that liver custard...

Dukkillr has his bucket list up. He is big on the DIY type of hunting and I certainly applaud him for his desire to go it alone, Mano a Mano with the environment. I've had some good fun with the bucket list, and I sure would like to see more folks writing one out too.

I love Holly. There I've admitted it. She is so awesome that even when she says naughty words I get a shiver up and down my spine, instead of my usual raised eyebrow! Once again she lays the intellectual and righteous smackdown on the press in general, HSUS in specific, and in the end gets an invite to hunt bear. How cool is that? You can find Miss Wonderful's whole enchilada at Piss, Vinegar and the Humane Society.

Here's a fellow that likes to do reenactments and historical trekking. Pit's Obsession is lightly posted, but I see potential in it if he gets a few more regular readers!

Ok, Last on the list isn't a blog. It's a commercial site with some cool stuff for the contractor you know and love. Pimps N Mercs was originally created in Camp Dublin, Baghdad Iraq in 2008. "Designed primarily for Private Military Contractors, but we have not forgotten our past or where we came from. We want to share our pride in serving the War on Terror with you." Their t-shirts are awesome, definitely not politically correct. The custom art rocks!

Remember to let me know if there is something you want me to highlight for you! And don't forget, leave a little note on folk's blogs and let them know you stop by and appreciate their work.

Albert A Rasch
Member: Bagram Tent Club
Member: Hunting Sportsmen of the United States HSUS (Let 'em sue me.)
The Hunt Continues...

The Rasch Outdoor Chronicles

2 comments:

The Suburban Bushwacker said...

Cheers for the mention fella
Keep well
SBW

Michael Spinelli said...

Thanks for the update and links! Whitetail woods has a good post: Getting ready for Turkey Season

Cheers!
Mike