This American Life

Four hot, dry days in Eastern Washington culminated in a three-hour shamble through an antiques mall in the town of Cashmere. What caught my attention among the usual plethora of random still-lifes was the preponderance of aged hunting paraphernalia and trophies in this rural locale.

Antlers 4 Sale

For hunting fish, fowl, varmints, and the occasional steer.

If the hollow points don't work, try the axe. The "Indian" blanket is an ironic accent.

Decor for any cubicle.

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