A Dixie Lady Deer Hunter

Saturday, December 31, 2016

A 6-Year-Old Gets His First Deer!

Little man Graham got his very first deer an 8 point buck yesterday.  He is seen here with his little brother, Ben.  His Dad, Will Riddick of Inverness, MS, did a great job video taping him finding his deer and telling everyone what he used and taking pictures.  He had a great shot placement using 300 Blackout cartridge with 220 grain ammo.  A little man with a big gun!  Congratulations to Graham on a great harvest in our wild and wonderful Mississippi outdoors!

Friday, December 30, 2016

An Awesome Morning!

Forrest McGee from Brooklyn, Mississippi, killed a buck this morning while checking coyote traps and caught his first black coyote. Talk about an awesome morning!  Way to go, Forrest!  Congratulations! 

Black yote! 

Forrest and his black yote!

Forrest hit the jackpot today with a black yote and a very nice buck strapped in the back of his pickup in our great wild Mississippi outdoors! 

Thursday, December 29, 2016

Ben's Doe!

My Facebook friend, Mandy Shahan of Lake Charles, Louisiana is so proud of her baby boy (Ben) who got his very first deer this morning, a doe!  She taught him everything he knows.  Ben made a neck shot with a 7mm-08 rifle.  Mandy is one proud mamma!

My congrats to Ben on his very first deer!  He's besides himself!

Wednesday, December 28, 2016

A Little Princess Very First Deer!

Danny Ray Moore of Carthage, Mississippi is so proud of his daughter (a little princess) in getting her very first deer! 

She finally got her deer after a few times hunting and holding off for a buck and wished he could have recorded her first impression which was priceless, he said. 

Congratulations to this "little princess" in getting her nice buck in our great wild Mississippi outdoors. 

A great shot placement plus her initiation as a hunter!  Way to go!

Saturday, December 24, 2016

Friday, November 18, 2016

Hospital Bound

I will be going into the hospital Monday for a right knee replacement and will not be able to blog for awhile.  I wanted to wish all my Blogger, Twitter and Google friends a very Happy Thanksgiving and hope to be back home a week before Christmas.  Please keep me in your thoughts and prayers. Thank you so much!  Marian

Kirk's 14 Point Buck!

I'm so proud of my Godchild, John Kirk, in getting a really nice 14 point buck in Kansas last Saturday.  You can see the excitement on his face and of course, he is getting it mounted!  My congrats to him in our great wild and wonderful outdoors!  Way to go!

Monday, November 14, 2016

Bruce On A Roll!!!

Dustin McLeod's son, Bruce, killed him a few critters this past Youth Hunt Weekend in MS.  It is safe to say that he started the season off with a bang.  Dad said that he was shooting his 300wsm and had some long shots.  He normally shoots a 7mm08 but he told him that he wants his gun after shooting it but had to break the news gently that...that was not going to happen.

My congrats to Bruce on getting the job done in our great wild and wonderful Mississippi outdoors!

Friday, November 11, 2016

Happy 53rd Birthday!

Today my first born daughter came into this world at 12:05 pm.  I want to wish Theresa Marie (Teri) a very Happy and Blessed Birthday!  As soon as I can I will post a picture of her.  Love you so much!  Mom  xxoo

It's hard to post when your computer has crashed and working from a five year old Kindle Fire.   :(

Thursday, November 10, 2016

Kenzie's First Deer

Five year old, Kenzie Lynn Penton, went hunting with her grandmother, Rhonda Majors, of Hattiesburg, MS and got a very nice doe recently with a .223 rifle. Grandmother is so proud of her and so am I in our great wild and wonderful Mississippi Outdoors. Way to go Kenzie!

Monday, November 07, 2016

Lucas First Buck Ever!

Jason Alligood of Picayune, MS is so proud of his 8 year old son, Lucas, in getting his very first buck during Youth Weekend 2016. He has killed over four deer he said but this is his very first buck ever!  

My congrats to young Lucas in our great wild and wonderful Mississippi Outdoors!

Way to go!

Friday, November 04, 2016

Happy 9th Birthday, Ian!

Today, is my Great Grandson's Ian, 9th birthday and he will have a big birthday party tomorrow with his friends in Flowood, MS. I'm looking forward to his party and can't wait to see him celebrating with his family and friends for his special day.  

I love you so much, Ian and can't wait to get my picture with you and a big hug and kiss!  Great Gran Gran

Ian having fun with his riding machine!

Monday, October 31, 2016

Pascagoula Swamp Rats!

Flint Walters said that him and Trace had a good afternoon hunt in the Pascagoula swamp in the great state of Mississippi over the weekend. Looks like they worked them really hard and got a tailgate full.  My congrats to both in our great and wonderful Mississippi outdoors!  Way to go guys!

Friday, October 28, 2016

Steve's Mississippi Hog!

Congratulations to Steve Zeigler from Coldwater, Mississippi on getting a hog which is a year round sport here in our state. Hogs are also good eating in our great wild and wonderful Mississippi outdoors!  (Posting from the Senior Center, Vicksburg, MS)

Thursday, October 27, 2016

My Computer Crashed!!!

My computer was about 10 years old and I'm operating off of my Kindle Fire.  It crashed last night and will try to post when I can.  😢

Wednesday, October 26, 2016

Sunday Drive To Grand Gulf Park Continued...

I posted Monday and Tuesday about my Sunday drive to Grand Gulf Park and here are the last of the pictures I took.   

After Johnette and I drove through the Grand Gulf Military Park we saw a fishing camp down the road. Not sure the name of the fish camp but it looks like a lot of fun to belong to.  No one was around because more than likely the fishermen were in the woods hunting in our great wild and wonderful outdoors.  

High and Dry

Nice camper and love our flag on the pole.  

On To Vicksburg!

Tuesday, October 25, 2016

Sunday Drive to Grand Gulf Park Continued...

I posted yesterday about my Sunday drive to Grand Gulf Park and have some more pictures to share with you today. 

The observation tower across from the Old Grand Gulf Cemetery.

You could drive around the observation tower. I wish I was able to climb the tower but having a scheduled knee replacement next month was not a good idea. Maybe next time.  

Moss was hanging on most of the trees.

This little squirrel ran out in front of us and would not to let us go by.
Travel across the park and went down the River Road and saw M/V Dennis Ross heading northbound.

Close up of M/V Dennis Ross.
A picture of how pretty is was on this Sunday afternoon at the MS River.

Facing Louisiana!

Johnette waiting for me while I took pictures at the Mississippi River at Grand Gulf.

The supply depot.  Note the water marks on the doors.  Part of the Grand Gulf Park and this building went underwater in the 2011 MS flood.  

A close up of a broken window at the depot store.

Some pretty wildflower along the way to the fish camp.
To be continued.

Monday, October 24, 2016

A Sunday Drive to Grand Gulf Park

Yesterday, I took a Sunday drive to Grand Gulf Military Park with my friend, Johnette.  It was a beautiful day for a road trip and we had a good time.  I've been there before but it was about 20 years ago.  It's called the Grand Gulf Military Monument which is located at Port Gibson, MS. We toured the museum, dogtrot house with water mill, a church, cemetery, rifle pits, observation tower (did not climb up in it), gun emplacements, campgrounds with a pavilion and restrooms. We did not get to go through the carriage house which was located next to the museum. 

Afterwards, we drove across from the park onto the River Road and ended up at the Mighty Mississippi River.  Just missed M/V Dennis Ross making his way northbound and eventually passing our hometown of Vicksburg, MS. 

Below are some pictures I took and have more to share with you in the next two days.  So please come back and check it out.  

Looking out the window of the water wheel/mill house. A shadow of Johnette standing on the side deck looking at the green murky water.  

Old pump in the Water Wheel/Mill House.

Plants in the murky green waters at the Water/Mill. 

Water Wheel House

The back of Scotia (note staircase going upstairs near breezeway).

Brick fire chimney on both sides of Scotia building.

Confederate Memorial Chapel

Inside the church.

Old organ.

Beautiful windows.



Old Grand Gulf Town Cemetery...to be continued.
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