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Anyone who might want to weigh in the 'blaze pink' idea, letting hunters wear pink instead of blaze orange, might want to contact Jessica Lussenhop at the address below.
Sounds like a great idea. Blaze pink is much prettier than blaze orange, don't you think?
She wrote me saying:
I am doing a story about “blaze pink” and how this notion
spread across legislatures across the country. I was hoping
to get some female hunting enthusiasts to weigh in –
would anyone at Women Hunters be available?”
Thank you very much!
Dear Ladies of the Club (you might say)
As your new president, I would like each of you to email a short article to be used on the site, letting us know what you're doing these days, hunting wise, or whatever, and which direction you would like to see the Womenhunters Club take.
Our former President Kathleen Kalina, suffered a stoke last month. Laura sent me an update on her condition as of April 19.
From Laura: Just saw an update on the go fund me page she is out of hospital and in a rehab center. She sounds like she is doing well but will be a struggle to get back to WI.. Take care & talk with you later. Laura
We all hope that she continues to improve. I'm sure that cards and letters will help to keep her spirits up at this time.
Here is the email update from the GoFund page. "Kathleen survived fourteen days in the hospital with two different stays in ICU. She is one strong woman and determined to get better, get Daisy and get back to Wisconsin. Right now she is in a rehabilitation facility in Rockport, TX. She tried to get out of bed on her own today and was greatly disappointed that she needed help to get up and move to a wheelchair. Her vision is better and she is able to read email now. Now, she needs time to get her strength and independence back. The other two big hurdles are to have someone go to Texas and drive her truck and trailer with Kathleen and Daisy to Prairie du Chein Wisconsin and have housing for her when she gets there. Working on it! Any ideas or suggestions welcomed. Sign up for automatic updates and please repost and spread the word."
Our prayers go out to her
My First Taxidermy Attempt
Although I had been married to a taxidermist for 20 plus years, helping him off and on, mostly with what I call the 'unskilled labor' part of the business, and working for another 6 years for another taxidermist after my divorce, (one friend told me she was the only person she knew to have relationships with two taxidermist, but that is another story), I never tried to mount a deer head by myself.I don't even know when and where and why I got the urge to try it. But one day I asked my boss if he would help me to mount a head. I had a set of old horns, and a cape given to me by my son. We ordered the form and one day when it was sorta slow I began work.
If You Can Afford Only One Gun
By Kathleen Kalina
The bushes are swinging with a horrible rush of an unknown animal. You don’t know what it is, but its coming fast. You have a rifle and a shotgun, which do reach for?
20 gauge single shotgun
Alaska and the Yukon
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and North Georgia
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