Monday, 9 February 2009

Knowing Nothing

In the last six months I've gone from knowing nothing about small game hunting, shooting and cooking to knowing almost nothing.

This blog is where I'm going to share that 'almost nothing'.

I'm far too disorganised to do this in any kind of tidy fashion, so this higgledy-piggledy amalgam of topics and tangents is just the way it's going to have to be. It is a stew, after all.

What else is in the pot? Well, I'm a bloke, I'm skint, I live in the West Midlands of the UK, I'm a catholic and I've spent a while studying psychology - so there'll probably be some hints of this stuff floating around in the mix as well.

Anyway - I hope you enjoy reading it.

Hubert Hubert


  1. Hubert, I have enjoyed a number of your articles, especially the one on the Tempest; I have a .177 Beeman Webley Tempest from about 1981 that I inherited from my Dad; it's a great shooter, lots of fun. Anyway, I enjoy your writing; keep up the good work.
    take care & God bless,

    1. Thank you very much for your kind comment Dave.
      Best wishes,