Wednesday, December 31, 2014
Tuesday, December 30, 2014
Monday, December 22, 2014
I just wanted to send you all a few pictures of Rooster with his squirrels from Saturday. Trenton sure does love is best friend and squirrel hunting buddy! He is such an amazing part of our family. We are truly blessed with his presence every day! Thank you so much for such a sweet boy!!!
Randal and Brandy Hughes
Thursday, December 18, 2014
Rusty Keen sent this photo of a squirrel hunt with Galla Creek Alamo over Thanksgiving weekend. The hunt was near Yokena, Mississippi (just south of Vicksburg).
Allie is shown below with Wil in the center and his friends, Nash and Huffman.
Here is his email:
Good afternoon Larry!
Please notice the above picture of Galla Creek Alamo and my son Wil (center) and two of his friends from Mississippi State. They came over to Winona last week and we had a nice morning hunt. Allie (Alamo) is six years old and we have thoroughly enjoyed her being a part of our family.
Allie is out of Galla Creek Cork and Judge Roy Bean.
Merry Christmas to all of you,
Rusty Keen (Wil's Dad)
Saturday, December 13, 2014
Here the email from Colby Leeds about Tut's big night and day hunt. He is a busy Feist.
Thought I'd let you know, Tut showed out again today! He treed the coon last night. Thought it went good in the picture. See ya soon.
Monday, December 08, 2014
Sunday, December 07, 2014
This is King Tut from a hunt today. I sold Tut to Colby Leeds to squirrel hunt with his sons. Tut had to live in a pen or tied up. Colby took Tut out to his Dad's and let him have Tut. Mr. Leeds lives in the country and Tut did not have to stay in a small space. I had not heard from Colby about Tut for 2 years and I often wondered about my beautiful Feist. Today I got an email up date which I am going to post here. It sure made me smile.
I have a long overdue update for you about Tut. He is doing great! I'm not sure if I told you or not the last time that I talked to you, but I couldn't stand seeing Tut chained up at my house. I felt that he needed to be able to hunt anytime he wanted too. So, I took him out to my Mom and Dads and let them have him. He has 40 acres to run and hunt on out there. He loves it out there. He has treed squirrels probably everyday for the past 2-1/2 years and recently began treeing coons at night. As a joke Dad told me he was worried about Tut, said he was getting bags under his eyes from squirrel hunting all day and coon hunting all night! My Dad has fell in love with Tut. It's like Tut understands every word my Dad says to him. My Dad has done so much for me over the years, I know I could never pay him back, but I feel that by letting him have Tut that it was a huge jump in that direction. I want to thank you again for the chance to own Tut. He is what Dad and I have always dreamed of having in a squirrel dog and just a good companion.