Monthly Archives: January 2012

Rambling Review – Outdoorsman Tripod Adapter


Rambling Review – Outdoorsman Tripod Adapter Why: In early August, I posted a review on the Swarovski Binocular Tripod Adapter which I had believed was the only quick clip bino-tripod adapter on the market. A couple of my good friends owned the Swarovski Adapter, and having used it for a couple of seasons, I swore […]

Blood Knot Magazine: An Arizona Wanderings Article


The new Blood Knot issue is out, and if you flip your way towards the center, you will see my contribution there about smack dab in the middle of the magazine. I want to say a very warm thank you to the kind folks over at Blood Knot for picking up my article on Arizona […]

HAHWG – Hunting and Angling Heritage Workgroup


A couple weeks ago, I received an email from Doug Burt over at Arizona Game and Fish Department explaining how he had found the site and was interested in me coming out to a HAHWG meeting. I thought a bit about the offer knowing full well that it was going to put the kibosh on […]

Book Report: “The Hunting Adventures of Me and Joe” by Walt Prothero


I remember being introduced to the writing of Walt Prothero by a good friend and it truly changed my life. I remember waiting for the next copy of Sports Afield and would scour the table of contents page to see if Walt Prothero was being featured. ┬áProthero writes in the most unpretentious manner that it […]

Rambling Review: Eberlestock X2 Hunting Pack


Rambling Review: Eberlestock X2 Hunting Pack Why: One of the most vital pieces of equipment for the western hunter is the hunting pack. An uncomfortable, poorly constructed pack can be the bane of the outdoorsman’s experience. The name “Eberlestock” is well known in the hunting community as a producer of high quality gear. I had […]

Arizona Wanderings Upgrades


So, Arizona Wanderings is in the middle of some upgrades. We ran into some issues yesterday but the site is back up and running. Some of the links on the side are still not fully functional, so please bear with me as things get ironed out. I am hoping by this weekend everything should be […]