Cool Stuff – Photos
“Giveaway: Coyote Outdoor Grill “

*UPDATE* Winner announced! Matt Coudriet check your email! You were randomly selected and this amazing grill is coming to your doorstep. Thanks to everyone who entered! You are my favorites, xo. _______ The Prize: Coyote Outdoor 28 C Series Grill (grill, cart, cover, etc) To Enter up to 7 Times: First: Sign Up to support My Quarterly List. That way we will have your info and can get in touch when you win. Then: […]

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“Renegade Photo Shoot”

I’ve been playing around with different cover ideas for the upcoming “Girl Hunter” book. My latest attempt was at a location in upstate New York. Of course there are so many cool places in upstate New York that sometimes we had to stop and mess around and take photos just for fun. Because I’m weird, and because why not? Here are some outtakes of our renegade photo shoot, it is […]

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“William Faulkner’s House”

I needed a little inspiration for my book, and so I paid a visit while I was in town. Oxford, Mississippi is a magical place. It’s full of soul and hearty southern culture and fine gentleman’s stores that make me want to buy gentleman’s clothing just because the stores are so spiffy. And they have a world famous book store called Square Books, because it is, well, on the square. […]

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“My Trip to the Oval Office”

Well, I took a little trip to the Oval Office the other day, and I thought I should snap some pictures while I was there and show them to you. I asked the big beefy looking secret service man if it would be okay, and he said no problem girly. So I snapped away. I told him I liked what he had done with the place, particularly the couch upholstery […]

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“Deer Camp Tour”

Here is one of my favorite deer camps in all of the universe. The walls are made of wood siding of old houses that have been torn down and the wood reused. And there is a deer antler chandelier. To see pictures of years past check out: Deer Hunting I, Deer Hunting III, Deer Hunting IV, Deer Hunting VIII. There is even the world famous “Whiskey In A Deer Stand” […]

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“New Orleans Architecture Tour”

I’m just finishing up a whirlwind cooking and hunting excursion in the Delta and Gulf region. My first stop was New Orleans where they have architecture unlike anything I’ve ever seen in this country. My friend, for example, lived in this converted “corner store,” which has the air of… candy shop meets loft space. It was awfully fun to cook and hang out in. I’ve decided I want to live […]

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“Estate Tour: England”

My friend Mia is an ex-pat now. She crossed the pond and married an Englishman and their family lives here part of the time, in a beautiful old estate where pheasants and ducks roam the woods, with an occasional woodcock and pigeon too, and even a muntjac, that strange beast that looks like a large rabbit with horns or a small deer with horns or something out of the books […]

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“Lodge Tour: Cheyenne Ridge”

South Dakota was a foreign land to me before I visited, and it was one after I visited too. It’s beautiful but oh so harsh, and a bit lonely. But beautiful nonetheless. I visited Cheyenne Ridge for a pheasant hunt while writing my book Girl Hunter, and was definitely the only female within 100 miles. And I would have hid in my room had it not been for the fact […]

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“Ranch Tour: Joshua Creek Ranch”

The Porch House: This is the magical little house I stayed in, with it’s spectacular views of the creek and the sunset. The Main Residence: This is the home of Ann and Joe Kercheville, who are my favorite people in Hill Country. Their home belongs in architectural digest. The Lodge: This is the lodge where folks come to stay and hunt and eat. You will do all of that here […]

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“Yellowstone National Park & My Shadows”

When I travel alone, which I do so much these days, and I want to remember that I’ve been there, I take pictures of my shadows. This is Yellowstone Park, the great big legend with the great big geysers that spout their smelly water. The Native Americans called it “the land of the stinky water.” I loved it, and I made friends with the bison. We had brunch.

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