Written by Tom Shank
What appeared to be void of life only several months ago now is bursting at its seams with newfound activity. Nature has begun another year with endless opportunities to take in the beauty of woods and water.
For two weeks in May, Lynn and I spent time at our mountain cabin, Deer Run, located in Lycoming County. We can attest to nature’s rebirth.
The mountains that make up the Allegheny chain of the Appalachians are now covered with endless canopies of new growth. Forests are dressed in a sea of green that had appeared naked and bare during the winter. Leaves of every shape now abound.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 08 July 2014 18:07
THE BUCKS STOP HERE
$300 in prizes
In 3 categories
ALL PHOTOS ARE WELCOME!
You don't have to enter the contest to submit a photo.
Email your photos to:
Include hunter's name, date and county where buck was harvested.
Photos and winners will be published in the December 24th edition of the
Last Updated on Monday, 30 September 2013 20:11