Switzer on the hunting trail
I chatted with Barry Switzer on Tuesday morning for a new feature — Can We Talk? — that ran in the Wednesday Oklahoman. You can find it here on line: http://www.newsok.com/can-we-talk-with-barry-switzer/article/3397445?custom_click=lead_story_title.
Anyway, when I reached Switzer, it was about 9 a.m., and he was riding back from Lindsay. He’d gone dove hunting at daybreak.
“We had a great hunt,” Switzer said. “Day break is when the doves start flying. They’re flying into fields to feed. They’re hard to hit. Hardest bird to hit. (Long-time friend) Bobby Bell can knock ‘em down.”
On the drive home, Switzer and his pals stopped for breakfast. Eggs and sausage, a drive to Grady County and a sunrise hunt. All before 9:30 a.m.
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