A dog's life. Like the pluck of a stringed instrument, the sound lingers yet fades and is finally lost. This is an effort to allow this exceptional friend's life to linger just a bit longer for those that knew him.
Professor of Engineering Technology at Lewis-Clark State College, Lewiston, ID.
Life-long resident of eastern Washington/northern Idaho. Christian, husband (nearly 30 years), father of five wonderful children and grandfather to six more.
Earned two Associates degrees at Spokane C.C., Undergrad at Eastern Washington University & Grad at University of Idaho. Varied interests including volunteer work with church, education, and Idaho Fish & Game; former Sportsman's Rep for Idaho's Region 2 IDF&G Advisory Committee and current member of Region 2 Winter Wildlife Feed committee.
Educator and mechanical designer; (amateur) outdoorsman, photographer, artist and published (freelance) writer.
The book is not intended to offend; this is about heritage and the continued participation with the natural world. Some choose to relate to prey and some to predators - it is the choice of the individual. I respect everyone's choice and only ask that they do likewise.
The wildlife harvested during hunts are free roaming and, beyond early training, wild game. The wildlife is always respected, photographed as such, and consumed with much appreciation!
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