A note from our guest blogger, Walt Randall: “This is a work of fiction. Any semblance between characters and real persons is purely coincidental.” “What are you going to do, Tiff?,” asked “quirky best friend” Barbie. “I don’t know. Ever since striking out on my own here in Chicago, I’ve gotten exactly ZERO interior design
Here is something to read while everyone is waiting for the rivers to come down and the real show starts. The world outdoors is a pretty fascinating place at times. I’m sure you all have had cool experiences and encounters that have been quite memorable. Here are some more of mine gleaned from my logs.
I have kept many of my trips and outings detailed in logs over the years. This has served several purposes. I can refer to them to compare what conditions were then and are like now. I can compare the good years and not so good. (Can’t say there are any really bad ones). I can
From Walt: if Hallmark were to make a Christmas movie about fly fishing, it might look something like “Speying For Love.” This story is a sequel to Bill Hager’s “The Christmas Trout,” which appeared on this blog last Christmas. When last we saw Marcy, she was standing in Willowemoc Creek near Roscoe, NY, flushed from