By Bob Ferris [Disclaimer: I am not one to stereotype and I certainly mean no disrespect to Chihuahuas, Chihuahua owners or the state of Chihuahua in Mexico with this title or post content, but Chihuahuas are notoriously high-strung, territorial and quick to bark even when the threat level is minimal or non-existent (see here).] … Continue reading Oregon Outdoor Council: The Attack of the Zombie Chihuahua
By Bob Ferris Last weekend I went “wolfy.” Portland-based Artist Vanessa Renwick invited me to come to some wolf events and view her “Hunting Requires Optimism” installation at the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art here in Eugene. It was in bike riding distance so my wife and I ventured out in the drizzle. And … Continue reading Going Wolfy on the Weekend
By Bob Ferris Outdoor writers have selected their field not because it is a pathway to fame and riches but because they love the subject matter. Being a successful outdoor writer demonstrates a level of skill and personal dedication that few of us will ever possess or aspire to. That is why it is so … Continue reading Author! Author!