Never in a million years would we disclose a location like this one. We’ve fished this tiny tributary to the Hope River in North Canterbury once or twice a year for many years, never sharing it. It’s. . .
Although many folks around the country never stop fly fishing, many of us have to wait for Opening Day. For Vermonters, the date April 11th is a like the light at the end of the tunnel, when we can. . .
Talk about a change in fortune! Just three short months ago, Sky the Golden Retriever was living on a farm that raises dogs for meat in South Korea. But thanks to Golden Retriever Rescue of. . .
Here’s a simply gorgeous film focused on the beauty of the landscape and the trout of the Owens River, which flows for more than 180 miles of eastern California, through an area threatened. . .
Here’s a beautiful story from Mexico, where a woman named Margarita Suarez had a soft spot for stray dogs and was accustomed to feeding and caring for them. She always carried food or. . .
Written by: Roy M. Brisbois
It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was a time of wisdom, it was a time of foolishness, it was a time of sacrifice and a time of generosity.1 It was 1977. My wife, Brenda, . . .
Written by: Jane Sobel Klonsky, Project Unconditional
[Editor’s Note: Back in November, we posted about Project Unconditional, focusing on the relationships between people and their senior dogs, by Vermont photographer Jane Sobel Klonsky. She has graciously offered to share more of her images with us.]
Phoenix, AZ – For Pam, it started with one dog, and her heart broke open: this little dog changed the direction of her life. While delivering blankets to the Maricopa County shelter, she. . .
Hang out on the shore of Nevada’s Pyramid Lake at dawn on a spring morning, and you might get the impression that there’s a construction site nearby. But the folks unloading stepladders from. . .