Friday, September 27, 2013

Fall Weekend

Rusty the Stallion Leather Mascot

Good morning! The first Friday of Fall, and the end of September! Where does the time go? It seems as if last week was the beginning of Summer. 

The weather is changing fast and soon we will be dealing with snow and a long winter. So my suggestion to you is to get out there with your pup and your family and enjoy all the beautiful Wisconsin weather.

I know that I will be out enjoying one of the many Wisconsin Sate Parks and hopefully a little sun!

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Tuesday, September 24, 2013

Welcome Fall and Wisconsin Hunting and Fishing Season

I do not know about you but Fall is like the starting gun for all of the activities that I enjoy, hunting turkey, deer, Fall camping and hiking!

We are very lucky in Wisconsin because we have so many State parks and areas to enjoy all of these activities. 

I for one never tire of the changing seasons in Door County, Horicon Marsh, Black River Falls or any of the other countless places that have been on my list of places to see each Fall.

As this has been a particularly dry summer in many areas remember to follow the Fire Safety Regulations so that you do not cause any damage to the area that you are visiting!

As you get ready for your Fall hunts remember to keep Stallion Leather in mind if you need any leather or nylon supplies. We offer 100% American Made holsters, belts, flashlight holders and concealed carry holsters.

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Wednesday, September 11, 2013

Remembering 9-11

It has been twelve years since that fateful day when 2800 innocent people lost their lives while going about their daily life. 

Today, please take a minute to remember those men and women, mothers and fathers, sisters, brothers, grandparents, nieces and nephews, aunts and uncles, cousins and loved ones who lost their lives in New York, Pennsylvania and Washington D.C. 

Then take another moment to remember all of the armed service men and women who are still fighting twelve years later so that we can be free and safe.