Walt in PA
Welcome to the blog of Walt White. As the name of the blog implies, I am a Pennsylvania resident. I have a fondness for Firearms, Cigars, and Photography, all of which you will find here on WaltInPA.com. Please feel free to poke around and share my space on the web with your like-minded friends.
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Pulling The Plug On Cable Television

Pulling The Plug On Cable Television

Six years ago, my wife and I bought a little fixer-upper outside of Reading. The previous home owners were a couple in their 80’s who spent most of their lives in this home. It appeared as though their source of entertainment was a single television connected to an antenna mounted to the roof. Being young […]

Making Progress with Winter Cleanup

Making Progress with Winter Cleanup

Winters at the White Household are always tough. Our property is nearly three-quarters of an acre and is home to nearly two-dozen trees (most of which are pine). There isn’t a winter that goes by that doesn’t include fallen tree limbs and plenty of cleanup for Spring. This year was worse than most. Between all […]

Win a Cain Table Torch

Win a Cain Table Torch

A little while back, I ran a Contest to Win a Gerber Ripstop II Serrated Knife. The contest generated a lot of interest and I’ve been looking for a way to give away something else. The opportunity arose today when I began looking through my Cigar Accessories for a Stogie Review Contest. I came across […]

Lower Providence USPSA: April Match Cancelled

Lower Providence USPSA: April Match Cancelled

Yesterday I was killing time on Facebook when I saw a Status Update from Ted Murphy, Match Director at Lower Providence USPSA. Ted had some bad news for area shooters and went on to explain that the April USPSA Match had to be cancelled due to range conditions. I’ve you’ve ever shot at Lower Providence, […]

2014 Curt Peterson Southeast PA Indoor 3D Showdown

2014 Curt Peterson Southeast PA Indoor 3D Showdown

As of about 3:00pm today, the 2014 Curt Peterson Southeast PA Indoor 3D Showdown is in the books. I had the pleasure of shooting the event, just barely making the cut, this morning with an 11:30 Line Time in Bowhunter Division. It will probably be a few days before scores are released and I know […]

Half A King (Extract) by Joe Abercrombie

Half A King (Extract) by Joe Abercrombie

Imagine a story of a boy born with a deformed hand. The boy is a Prince yet he is cast aside by his family and treated with disdain by those around him. Few look past the deformity and see the true character beyond. This is how the new Half a Kind Trilogy by Joe Abercrombie […]

Welcome to the New WaltInPA Server

Welcome to the New WaltInPA Server

If you are seeing this blog post, I’d like to welcome you to the new WaltInPA.com server. You should notice the site is a bit more snappy and things are loading faster across the board. On Saturday I ran into a situation with my host that I wasn’t entirely comfortable with. While sitting at my […]

Dead Trees Don’t Always Make for Good Target Stands

Dead Trees Don’t Always Make for Good Target Stands

Several years ago I got a call from a friend asking if I had the weekend free to head out to Central / Western Pennsylvania for ‘Man’s Weekend’. The event boiled down to a group of friends going out to hunting cabin on 550 acres. During the day we would work around the property. After […]

Replacing my OEM Glock 17 Barrel with a Lone Wolf

Replacing my OEM Glock 17 Barrel with a Lone Wolf

Earlier this year I was in a bit of a bind. Communication with my USPSA Sponsor broke down and I knew that if I didn’t scramble to find another, I wouldn’t be able to shoot much throughout the season. I reached out to Jerry Cruz, my Stogie Review Partner, and pitched the idea wearing the […]

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