Thursday, November 21, 2019
white-tailed deer

There is no longer the need to hunt for fur or survival in this part of the world, but there will always be the need to manage animal populations.

Judith Sutherland shares her husband's storied coon hunting experiences, and how they've shaped some cherished memories.

Judith Sutherland reflects on the magnetic pull the woods have on the Sutherland boys during raccoon season.

Judith Sutherland offers insight on the way land use has affected coon hunting and the opportunities available for hunters.
Rural Road

Torch Lake in Michigan proved to be a glorious September getaway for Judith Sutherland, but, as always, returning home brings a feeling like no other.

Judith Sutherland recounts a recent visit with, Kathy, a neighbor girl from her earliest memories.
dog treats

Training a puppy again has been both fun and maddening for Judith Sutherland. But it's been worth it.

Judith Sutherland reflects on the joy swimming has brought into her life and the lives of those close to her. She urges her readers to find that same joy.
2000-01 Hillsdale High School basketball team

Blessed with a long life, this morning it feels to many of us that Vic Kahl’s journey still wasn’t quite long enough as we say the final farewell. 
dirt road

Judith Sutherland recalls climbing into the back window well of the family sedan on car rides to nowhere during her youth.