Posts by Andrew Spellman

A West Virginia University Reed College of Media alum, Andrew has a deep passion for his field of work. He is currently a sports and outdoors writer for The Dominion Post in Morgantown, WV, and a current issues and affairs writer for Project Upland. He also runs his blog, Hill & Holler, on the side.

REVIEW: Danner 2650 GTX hiking boots

In my previous review of the Danner Powderhorn hunting boots, I mentioned that those were my go-to boot for most situations. One of the situations those boots don’t call for, however, are long hikes with minimal breaks. 

That’s where the Danner 2650 GTX mid-height boots come in. 

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Escaping the mundane day-to-day 2 hours away from home

I don’t live in a large metropolitan area – at best, Morgantown is in between a large town and a small city. But still, it’s nice to get away from the craziness of my job for a few days and spend time in nature. 

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Is it waterfowl season yet?

One of my favorite things to do towards the end of summer is sit on my balcony and glass for waterfowl.

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Danner Powderhorns still holding up after months of constant use

Like the device our forefathers used to load their muskets, the Danner Powderhorns are the reliable piece of equipment we should never leave home without. And after nine months of heavy use, I’m happy to say I’ve found my go-to boot for most hunts. 

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