Lights, Camera, Action: Behind the scenes at Powderhorn Ranch

“Oh wow…oh wow oh wow!” The words spilled out of Annie’s mouth. An Axis buck stood staring at our hunting blind not more than 60 yards away, antlers towering high above his head. A mating pair of Sandhill cranes flew over, calling back and forth to one another. The steam rose up from the ground… Continue reading Lights, Camera, Action: Behind the scenes at Powderhorn Ranch

Rooted in Time: Hunting Heritage Prevails in the Texas Hill Country

“A people without the knowledge of their past history, origin and culture is like a tree without roots.” – Marcus Garvey Indescribable are the emotions I feel about this old broken horned blackbuck antelope. When Adam and I first saw him with land owner¬†Warren Blesh¬†he was fighting in a food plot. The following morning I… Continue reading Rooted in Time: Hunting Heritage Prevails in the Texas Hill Country

The Curious Weed: Eating wild on the ranch

To read Part 1: Foraging on the ranch Click HERE. When asked what the wild Desert Hackberry fruit tastes like it is hard for me to describe. The only thing I can come up with is it tastes like a tiny Rainier cherry however, that could just be my Pacific Northwest background talking. Rainier cherries… Continue reading The Curious Weed: Eating wild on the ranch