A reader alerted me to a blog post by His Excellency Most Rev. Paul D. Etienne, Bishop of Cheyenne in Wyoming. We have seen His Excellency before when he was with the gun-totin’ Mystic Monks, the Carmelites whose coffee I peddle.
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Bp. Etienne hunts turkeys:
After what seemed like a long time, I thought the game was up, so I crawled to the edge to see what if anything was going on. As luck would have it, there was a good group there, and of course, I “busted” them. Game over. However, they had crossed the stream, and started heading back in the direction I came from.
So, I got above them on a nice field, and moved as fast as I could to try to cut them off. After a lengthy stretch, little did I know, the birds were still ahead of me. As I came through a large section of brush, I saw something move off to my right, and there was a large group of Toms slowly feeding. So, I picked the closest one. . . now I’ll be feeding on him!
WDTPRS KUDOS to Bp. Etienne.
I will remind you that the excellent Wyoming Catholic College is in the confines the Diocese of Cheyenne.
Click HERE and go spike the bishop’s blog stats!