Author: Alvin Richardson

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Today's warning comes to you courtesy of my own life experiences and is intended solely for the use of local hunters, fishermen, and others who... [Read More]
There is little doubt that the few mental faculties I once had are on a steady decline. [Read More]
I'm worried. Although by nature not one to fret over stuff I've no control over, there have been recent incidents that have brought some things... [Read More]
I'm a pretty gullible guy, and that trusting nature often gets me into predicaments that I cannot escape without some harm coming to me. [Read More]
The year was 1971 and I was in the 11th grade. That meant, given that there was no kindergarten back in those days, I had... [Read More]
With apologies to Phil Robertson and his funky band of bearded miscreants, there has arisen a mighty band of ducks on the Richardson farm down... [Read More]
Over decades of time the guys (and gals) who have cut my hair changed based on where I was living at the time and how... [Read More]
This past summer a large, ugly domesticated male Muscovy duck flew up on our high deck and scoped out a No. 3 washtub full of... [Read More]
My wife told me the other day that Karen Grassle is 75. For many of you younger whippersnappers that tidbit of information may be meaningless,... [Read More]
There was a time in the distant past when I was pretty sure that no one was tougher than me. [Read More]
Some debts can never be repaid. You know the kind of debt I'm talking about. It is when one person, with no regard for their... [Read More]
In the not too distant past I had an opportunity to go fishing on Lake Strom Thurmond (Clarks Hill) with perhaps the best guide on... [Read More]
The long awaited arrival of Matilda the Muscovy Ducks' brood finally came to fruition this past week. [Read More]
The long awaited arrival of Matilda the Muscovy Ducks' brood finally came to fruition this past week. [Read More]
I recently celebrated a birthday, which is an awesome thing when you consider that I've survived hauling hay, digging thousands of postholes, picking hundreds of... [Read More]
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