Outdoor Journal

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Host Marianne Eaton visits Kedron Valley Stables in South Woodstock for a horseback riding lesson and then joins members of the GMHA for their annual fall foliage ride. Then, we learn about The Junior Waterfowl Hunter Training Program, developed to pass on the traditions of waterfowl hunting to young people. Lastly, Host Lawrence Pyne joins the Farnham family of South Hero in their unique "rock blind" on the shores of Lake Champlain for an afternoon of duck hunting.

Segments

Horseback Riding
Junior Waterfowl Hunter Training Program
Rock Blind Duck Hunt

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