A story tells of a Texas Ranger arriving at a function in full Ranger regalia – boots, starched khakis, starched white shirt, black necktie, a wide-brimmed western hat and the traditional silver Texas Ranger badge. On his hip was a semi-automatic pistol.
Most State Parks opened last week for day use only. As encouraging and commendable as it is, does this mean the beginning of the end of COVID-19?
Late one afternoon, I hitched a ride in a small plane with a friend who was also returning from Dallas to Austin. Needless to say, we weren’t flying at 30,000 feet.
Well, it’s not as large a let down as the end of summer vacation is to kids, or as dusk on the last day of whitetail season is to deer hunters, but to big bass aficionado’s, it is almost as depressing as if those two were combined.
A hunter hospitalized this spring had a serious condition. She’d be sidelined for weeks. Her doctor wanted to install a device near her left shoulder. She objected, saying it had to be on her right side. She’s left-handed and didn’t want it to interfere with shooting her shotgun during turkey season.