Thursday, April 10, 2014

~Guest Post~ by Calico Daniels, Author of "Fried Pickles and the Fuzz"

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Big Creek might be a stereotypical small town but even they have drama.
Heather loves her little café, and her best customer is the county Sherriff. She’s been waiting months for him to ask her out…maybe she won’t have to wait much longer.

Bronson feels at home in Big Creek even though he hasn’t been the Sherriff for long. Small towns have their perks and a pretty café owner who cooks like an angel certainly doesn’t hurt. Now, if he could only get over his nerves and drum up the gumption to ask her out.

Throw in a gossip mill, a redneck festival and an ill timed attempt to help and you end up with some laughs, some ruffled feathers and a town that is….Redneck Fabulous.

Guest Post:

Varmint Callin’ is a redneck past time

Ah…goin’ callin’. Hubby once took me callin’ as our date one evenin’. For those who aren’t sure what this entails basically you get some type of animal distress call be it for coyotes, fox, bobcat or the like. Take it out into the woods and set up your call, activate and wait. Now we have gotten fancy over the years and now have moved from a battery operated call system with cassette tapes to a digital system that is an MP3 player and a speaker with a really long cord. Same principle though.

Any way, you sit there in the dark with your red lens spotlight and gun, activate the call and wait. Sometimes for hours, but on a good night you can call something in within just a few minutes of sounding off. The purpose you ask? Well, it really depends. Sometimes it’s just to see what all is out and about but we have gone out with specific intentions of callin’ up something in particular. Mountain lion, coyotes, wild dogs. Usually we get all geared up when something is after the newborn calves.

For us, it’s not really any different than setting out mouse traps when one move in to the abode. Many counties around here even have bounties on the lions and coyotes because they can cause so much damage to the local ranchers and wildlife.

What is the strangest date you have ever had?

Calico Daniels

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