May 23rd , 2018 By Larry Weichun
Movement in the shin-tangle alders just to my right about thirty yards ahead caught my immediate attention. My first thought was to grab the .44 Mag Ruger revolver on my left hip in a cross draw holster for ready access. But I knew any rapid movement might possibly catch the eye of whatever was moving behind the screening of brush. Ever so slowly I moved the .375 Ruger slung on my shoulder into a shooting position. A few moments earlier I had seen what I assumed to be a bear moving ahead of us. I had caught merely a glimpse of a sizable, dark “glob”. But before I could truly identify, “the thing” had melted into the dense underbrush.
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