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Hello to all my e-mail subscribers! Thank you for following my blog and keeping my fire alive! I hope you all are enjoying the content so far. I've recently moved the blog to the new address softtracks.org. The switch made a few changes in the presentation of the site, but will give me more control … Continue reading Site Moved! Please Come Join Us at Softtracks.org
The Bear Whitetail Hunter was a common bow in it's day, and is now a relic I'm happy to own. I'm not much of a collector. Sure, I collected football and basketball cards as a kid and still hold onto a few unique coins every now and then. Overall though, I don't like to accumulate a … Continue reading Bear Whitetail Hunter: My Piece of History
Recently the 6th graders from Revere schools got their hands dirty during a Hatchet survival lesson. The results were impressive. The best part about teaching is when you know you hit a home run. Whether it is a lesson that gets kids fired up, saying the right thing to a kid looking for guidance, or … Continue reading Revere 6th Grade Shines During their Hatchet Survival Lesson
This Art Young hunting film inspired one of America's most legendary archers. Not surprisingly it can still provide the same spark today. Art Young is a legendary figure in the history of archery. There has been much written about him and the most famous archery organization even adopted his name as theirs. He was an avid … Continue reading Historical Hunts: Watch the Art Young Hunting Film that Inspired Fred Bear
If you've ever wondered what wild food the mountain men ate, you'll surely appreciate this list from Rufus Sage's journal. Food in America today is atypical from its historical place in people's lives. Very few people reading this, if any, will wake up and ask the question, "Will I eat today?" Most folks will wake … Continue reading 28 Wild Foods Eaten By Mountain Man Rufus Sage
If you are a bowhunter, you may appreciate the story of Chief Compton, a forgotten figure of the sport. When you start talking the founders of modern archery, there are a few names that invariably come up. Names like Fred Bear, Howard Hill, and Ben Pearson generally enter the conversation. As you move a bit further … Continue reading Chief Compton: The Forgotten Father of Archery