About Marylouise & GreatGhilliesAndGraphics.com

My husband Richard, does everything outdoors; you name it — he does it.  We decided a website selling outdoors products would be just the thing to keep me busy!

Now that I have my site gussied up, I’m more focused on the marketing side of my business.  I’m finally working to my strength – writing.

The world of the outdoors changes constantly and the only way I can keep my customers updated is by posting info in a format that is a quick and easy read.

Useful Articles to Read

I’ve written several articles that may be of interest (they are on the site; click to read any of them:

What Do the Camo Patterns We Sell Look Like?

Why have Rear Window Graphics Become So Popular?


Camping Check List


What to Look For in a Ghillie Suit


Blog Articles on this Site

I’ve also written articles (in a series) on various topics:

How Deer See

Hunting clothes and UV brighteners

Turkey Mating Rituals:  Turkey hunting techniques

Should I shoot a spike deer?

Knife Use and Maintenance Tips

Various knife styles (tanto, sheepsfoot, bowie blades, etc.)

How to Take Up Hunting

Various wild game recipes

Buying a Ghillie Suit

Cleaning wild birds

Why Should You Get Your Kids Interested in Hunting?

Let’s Talk Turkey!

And the ever-popular — Today’s Joke

(Items listed in dark blue are the actual titles; regular font items are types of articles)


Welcome to my blog!

Published on August 20, 2008 at 12:05 am  Comments (3)  

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  1. Mary,

    Nice blog. I wish you the best in your endeavors. I’d love to read (as I’m sure others would too) about the trials and highs and lows of starting and running your online outdoor business.

    I’ve added you to my blogroll. Keep up the great writing.


  2. Hi, How much is the shipping costs to send a hog to round rock, tx.78664
    I would like to obtain a hog.


  3. Dear Cliff,

    This is a situation where — If you have to ask how much it costs, you can’t afford it!

    Frankly, I’m surprised you don’t have plenty there in Round Rock (one of the most beautiful places on earth, I might add). Texas has over 2 million roaming the state. Locally (between Houston and Galveston), we’ve been having some problems with them rooting up yards, etc.

    For more info, see: ‘Feral Pigs in Texas — 2 Million Strong and Increasing!’ I posted it 9 April 2009.


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