As the spring of 2022 ends, I am almost sad to watch it blow away, literally. For if there is one thing to characterize this spring, it has been the crazy winds.

Despite severe allergies to the juniper pollen, this spring was an active one for this retiree. There was the usual crazy busy end to tax season. A wildfire almost derailed the April Becoming an Outdoors-Woman workshop, and I met a bunch of folks at the Payson Wildlife Fair. But this article is all about the spring turkey hunt.

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