Three weeks before, we, Tommy Walker, Norman Shelter and I, had returned from the Lake Guerro area, in Mexico, where we had enjoyed a truly fabulous white wing dove hunt! With their twenty gauge, Browning Superposed, shotguns, Tommy and Norman had shot ...

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  1. What A Time For A Bath
  2. Linnie Ross (Sanders) Wallace
  3. Two Weddings And A Hanging
  4. The Big Country – A Record On Doves
  5. Scouting For Doves
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What A Time For A Bath

Three weeks before, we, Tommy Walker, Norman Shelter and I, had returned from the Lake Guerro area, in Mexico, where we had enjoyed a truly fabulous white wing dove hunt!  With their twenty gauge, Browning Superposed, shotguns, Tommy and Norman...

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Linnie Ross (Sanders) Wallace

Sometime  back on my blog I  posted stories about my great grandfather’s, Brinson Bryan and Shaw Wallace.  No reminiscence of my youth would be complete without a mention of my grandmother, Linnie Ross (Sanders) Wallace.  

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Two Weddings And A Hanging


Two hundred and thirty-five years ago, July 4, 1776, our country proclaimed its freedom from England and I thought it fitting to relate another family story about my 5G Grandfather, William Murrill and his slave, Tony and an action they were...

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The Big Country – A Record On Doves

In the late 1990’s, the town of Millersview, Texas consisted of a one pump, gas station/feed store, a Post Office and a WW II memorial.  Millersview is in the part of west Texas known as “The Big Country”. It’s on Farm/Market Road 765,...

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Scouting For Doves

Since dove season opened up in two more Saturdays, Bill Priddy and I had gone up to our McCulloch County hunting lease to check out the prospects.  A lot of birds were flying around, prospects looked good and we even took along our fishing...

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