Friendship is truly one of God’s greatest gifts… Recently I got the opportunity to visit a buddy in Rhode Island and a couple of buddies on Cape Cod. While my liver is still in the recovery room, my heart is full. My wife and I constantly talk about living a good story, something that Donald … Continue reading the fondest memories
Ohhhh, the serene feel of leather on your feet, the salt in your hair, the sun on your skin…its beginning to feel like boat shoe weather again. Now in Texas, an argument can be made that that’s year around weather, and that’s nearly true, but in other parts of the great US of A, the … Continue reading Boat Shoe weather
Keep a smile on your face, enjoy life…and every once in a while put a finger or two of bourbon in your coffee and ride that warm buzz through lunch. Shoes: Gucci Sweater: Brooks Brothers Chinos: J.Crew Socks: Polo Cup and Bowl: Best Made C0. Continue reading Bourbon in my coffee
Carpe Diem. Get Outside. Have Fun. Live Life. Kick Ass. Enjoy it. Continue reading Weekend Adventures
All in how you look at it…Seeing new things, new places, having new feelings, all of it adds up. The best feeling is being able to enjoy it, but being happy to go home. As much as the world holds for all of us, we should take it in, but always love where we are … Continue reading Traveling can heal the soul.
Life tends to happen as we are either doing one of two things. forcing something to happen (or) watching it all pass by Either way, life still happens. It doesn’t stop and let you strap up your boots tighter, it doesn’t wait for you to get your shit together and prepare, it keeps on. Ive … Continue reading Who we are
One of the best things about living out in the middle of nowhere (or sorta anyway) is the fact that you get your privacy. Its quiet, it’s peaceful. I can run around ass naked all over the ranch if I want, I can go to the bathroom outside whenever I want and don’t have to … Continue reading An evening with an old friend.
As the summer days dwindle down on the calendar and we turn our eyes toward fall (as all hopeful as they may be for that COOLER WEATHER) I am reminded by the strong bounty that fall always brings. The early morning hunts, the late afternoon brisk air, the strong wind that blows through the pastures … Continue reading On the hunt…
**AS SEEN ON THEGULFCOASTSPORTSMAN.COM When I was 15 I went to my father one night and started the dreaded dialogue of “can you buy me my first car?” The conversations lasted about four to six months and they were filled with every profound reason a soon-to-be 16-year-old male needed a 1977-1983 Toyota FJ40 LandCruiser. I … Continue reading A Ride Through Life