All posts tagged "Spring 2018 Issue"

  • Upland-Almanac-Spring-2018-Cover-Web
    UA Spring 2018 Issue

    An excerpt from John C. Gosselin’s Publisher Note…If you’re like me, you will be watching television and see something that’s going on in the world. You’ll pay attention for a while and then your own life gets...

    • Posted January 4, 2018
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    Inside Spring UA 2018

    Inside the Upland Almanac Spring 2018 issue, enjoy a collection of art and personal stories in our Day’s End section with contributions from Greg Hoch, Jim Rataczak and Paul Tunkis. With this issue Jodi Stemler writes about...

    • Posted January 4, 2018
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  • Upland-Almanac-Spring-2018-Feature-Story-Over-Unders
    Spring 2018 Feature: Over~Unders

    Excerpts from Over~Under… I’m Durable…and Dutch by Tom Huggler I’m probably not as old as the guy who bought me for three bucks at a garage sale back in the early ’70s, and I’m clearly in better...

    • Posted January 4, 2018
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  • Upland-Almanac-Spring-2018-Feature-Story-Blame-It-on-the-Rain
    Spring 2018 Feature: Blame It on the Rain

    An excerpt from Blame It on the Rain…How many times will hunters go on a hot, early season hunt that’s tough on their dogs and without seeing many birds before they just decide to give up?” asks...

    • Posted January 4, 2018
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  • Upland-Almanac-Spring-2018-Feature-Artist-Leah-Brigham
    Spring 2018 Feature: Profile of Artist Leah Brigham

    An excerpt from Profile of the Artist: Leah Brigham…Every artist aspires to create a masterpiece, a statement so eloquently expressed that it leaves viewers feeling they have seen the familiar for the first time. The challenge lies...

    • Posted January 4, 2018
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    Spring 2018 Feature: Louisiana Doves

    An excerpt from Louisiana Doves…James Whitaker, a biologist for the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries, turned his truck onto an oil field service road on a hot, humid August morning last summer. For years, the road...

    • Posted January 4, 2018
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