A Dixie Lady Deer Hunter

Friday, December 03, 2021

Mufasa Roaming The Neighborhood

Minnesotan Chris Lyon was well aware that a monster buck knew as “Mufasa” roamed his neighborhood. He also felt that his chances of killing the giant were scant. But thanks to some surprise trail-cam pics, that all changed a few days before the Gopher State’s youth deer hunt. Not long anger the season opened, Lyon’s son, Zerl, was wrapping a tag on a buck that had become a local legend. 

https://www.fieldandstream.com/hunting/big-minnesota-youth-season-whitetail-buck/?utm_medium=social&utm_source=Facebook&fbclid=IwAR2sxo0AiqLkKsBEJkrk1XYNLBpaGSE3B9S_7c9rj7EP905kN0ED946PODY  (Click here to read the story)

My congratulations!  Lucky kid in our great wild outdoors!

Thursday, December 02, 2021

Invited On A MS Canoe Trip By Layne Logue


I would have loved to have gone on this canoe trip and honored to be asked but since I cannot get up and down at the age of 80 years old, I had to turn it down.  When I was in my 40's I went on a canoe trip seven miles down the Buffalo River in Arkansas.  At least I have done it.  Wishing all a great trip and I know they will enjoy themselves with Captain Layne Logue at the helm.





 ***** UPDATE *****

Weather
Saturday: Partly cloudy. High near 75F. Low 52F. Winds are light and variable. Chance of Rain 13%.
Sunday: Partly to mostly cloudy. High near 75F. Low 52F. Winds S at 5 to 10 mph. Chance of Rain 14%.
The rain is moving away from the forecast. If there is a potential for a shower… bring a rain poncho… and possibly put your backpack or gear in a trash bag … or dry bag if you have it.
Since we have 15 people signed up right now (maybe 1-5 more)… I’m thinking the Delta Point Islands would be better and have more room. There will be hammock trees there too. See new attached Google Earth screenshot. It’ll be better exploring too. The freshwater otter movie was filmed on these islands. It’s a little more paddling upstream… but we have a break /stop at a sandbar… and we’ll go slow and easy.
FREE COMMUNITY PADDLING Camping Trip on the Mississippi River.
MAFIAPALOOZA on the Mississippi River!
Dec. 4 Saturday to Dec. 5 Sunday
ALL INVITED!
The plan is to meet at 12:00pm Saturday, Dec. 4 at the Vicksburg Boat Ramp.
Vicksburg Waterfront Public Boat Ramp
(32.3507978°N, 90.8841247°W)
Address: ‪1250 Levee Street. Vicksburg, MS‬
Leave vehicles parked at the boat ramp.
Paddle …AS A GROUP… the 2.5 miles to Delta Point sandbar. Or 4.5 miles to Delta Point Islands (with a stop break halfway).
Bring your own tent/ hammock, sleeping bag/pad, food, snacks and water and everything you need to Camp in tents or hammock camp in the woods.
The List of people is as follows
White Clipper Langley canoe:
1. Paddler 1
2. Paddler 2
3. Paddler 3
4. Paddler 4
5. Paddler 5
6. Capt. Layne Logue
In their own boat:
1. Tom - Perception Eclipse Sea Lion (17 ft.)
2. Andrea - Hurricane Santee Sport (12.6 ft.)
3. John & Maddie - Hurricane Tandem
4. Candace - Eddyline
Yellow Clipper Langley canoe OR Wenonah Minn 4 canoe:
1. Capt Kelly McGinnis
2. Paddler 2
3. Paddler 3
4. Paddler 4
5.
6.
(If needed)
***** END UPDATE *****
Please let me know if you are planning to join in your own boat. If I don’t know you… I need to know what boat you are paddling in.
IF YOU ARE ALREADY SIGNED UP IN THE BIG CANOES… or GOING TO SIGN UP FOR THE BIG CANOES… I need to know asap if you cancel. Thank you!

Monday, November 29, 2021

The Promised Land


 I love this picture of my three-year-old Great Grandson William David "Will" reading the Bible. Last Sunday my daughter (Debi) was getting the boys ready for church and Mom (Lucy) said, "Where are y'all going?" Will said I'm going to the Promised Land."

Tuesday, November 23, 2021

Happy Thanksgiving Blogging Friends!


I will be taking the rest of the week off from blogging to prepare for Thanksgiving, and hopefully, get in a deer hunt or two.  Wishing all my blogging friends a very Happy Thanksgiving, and may God Bless you too!

Monday, November 22, 2021

Friday, November 19, 2021

Cool Bobcat Pix


Jeremy Wright of Winnsboro, Mississippi, found this when he checked his camera today. A great pix of a bobcat.  We all have to eat in our great Mississippi outdoors!

Thursday, November 18, 2021

Savannah Gets Her First Deer


Hyler Krebs is so proud of his daughter, Savannah, getting her first deer. He said, "Not bad for a Coast girl." Fishing, Hunting, loving every minute of it. BLESSED.
 

Congratulations!!!

I'm so proud of you Savannah!  Way to go in our great wild Mississippi outdoors!

Wednesday, November 17, 2021

Buck Tree



Wife, Jessie:
My husband killed all these deer in Mississippi over the years. He came dragging this tree in the house and I thought what on earth. Then he started putting the horns on. After he finished I loved it. The wood-carved turkey was a gift from our son.

I love you, Terry Joe Burgess. 34 years and more to come.

It's different and I love it too! Cool!

Tuesday, November 16, 2021

American Melody Plus Two

Today, three riverboats the American Melody pictured above, made its inaugural season this year, were at our waterfront today with American Jazz and American Countess.  Tomorrow, the Queen of the Mississippi will be here with the American Queen, and the American Dutchess coming Friday. Vicksburg:  The Key To The South!



Monday, November 15, 2021

Vicksburg - A Diamond In The Rough

Photo by RickJames Bish on October 7, 2019.

(I was born, raised, and never left home.  I'm 80 years old now and can relate to a recent article in our paper, The Vicksburg Post).

Growing up in Vicksburg, I have seen the community evolve. 

I remember a thriving downtown as well as living through its sluggishness.  And now with the revitalization efforts being made, while it isn't the downtown of the 1960s, I see it once again blossoming.

The dining options in Vicksburg have taken on a new look.  While some folks live here bellyache about the lack of chain restaurants, I remember when the only one in town was the Dog N' Suds.

Chains now include Chick-fil-A, McDonald's, and Kentucky Fried Chicken.  Can you believe there was a time Vicksburg didn't have a Walmart?

How did we ever get along?

Like other small towns, Vicksburg has experienced economic struggles, but it hasn't kept us down.

Maybe it's because of our history.  Vicksburg is a community representative of many ethnic groups who arrived looking for a better life, and the River City offered opportunities.

Vicksburg is still evolving and it's exciting.  A couple of weeks ago, I attended a Vicksburg-Warren County Chamber of Commerce luncheon and was enthralled by what I heard.

Ed Gardner, the Director of Business and Economic Development for Entergy Mississippi, Inc. and served as the speaker for the lunch, praises the efforts being made in Warren County to attract new businesses.

He pointed out with ERDC, Hinds Community College, Alcorn, I-20, a major bridge, a Class 1 railroad, the electrical transmission lines located here along with the development of the new MCITy and efforts being made for the port development, Vicksburg could have the potential of garnering billion-dollar projects.

I don't know about you, but my ears perked up when I heard that dollar amount.

While in my opinion, Vicksburg has always been a lovely place to live, I have always felt the city was a diamond in the rough.

But with a little polishing up, it could shine brighter than ever before.

By Terri Cowart Frazier (NEWSROOM)

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