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As Christine Cunningham steps away from her column, she invites readers to hunt, fish and chase their outdoor passions.
Columnist Christine Cunningham has always struggled to find her groove in the kitchen. In 2022, she’s taking inspiration from the hunts that she and her family enjoy.
As Christine Cunningham remembers her first duck dog, Cheyenne, who died recently, she reminds us there can still be good moments that come with loss.
A climate-controlled office is no rival for a day on the ice, no matter what the thermometer is reading.
Columnist Christine Cunningham reflects on how her chocolate Labrador Rigby’s embrace of new experiences has brought more enthusiasm to her life.
Early trips to the blind were a murky chore, but now columnist Christine Cunningham looks forward to making new memories.
The annual fall tradition is a training ground for beginning hunters and canine convention for bird dogs.
The pointing dog can point the bird and the retrieving dog can retrieve it. Maybe.
A chocolate Lab’s first day of hunting delivers multiple ducks and infinite happiness.
The chocolate Lab is a mental health dog who brings mud and fun to a duck blind.
As more of more of us head outdoors, the lessons learned and memories made just might mend our fractured relationship with nature.
A grand adventure can also be serious business, leaving no easy answer to a simple request.
The traditional method of printing fish produces images that range from fossil-looking black ink on white paper to elaborate paintings worthy of an art museum.
A once-overgrown trail holds delights for people and discoveries for their dogs.
We might be their trainers, but dogs offer wisdom by way of example.