archives

adventure

This tag is associated with 3 posts

A Crazy Trip to Copper Breaks State Park

My son and I took a trip to Copper Breaks State Park near Quanah, Texas. Even though there was no rain in the forecast, it started thundering and raining just after we got camp set up. We were going to get to feed the official state longhorn herd at 2:00 P.M., but that didn’t happen because … Continue reading

Review: Rookies in the Wild by John Riha

Rookies in the Wild: A Tale of Fear and Gloaming on the Pacific Crest Trail By John Riha John Riha’s Rookies in the Wild is part memoir and part field guide, with a good dose of history thrown in. Parts sound like Aldo Leopold’s A Sand County Almanac. With no hiking or camping experience (ever, … Continue reading

Rattlesnake Hunting in West Texas

I wrote this a couple of years ago; it originally appeared on a local news website. Since it’s warming up and the snakes will be coming out soon (here in Texas), I thought it would be a good time to post it here. R C was an older cowboy who lived outside of Flomot, Texas, … Continue reading

Enter your email address to follow this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.

Follow Nowhere Tribune on WordPress.com

Categories

Copyright

Unless otherwise noted, all content © Me, the guy who wrote this stuff, 2012-2017.