Sunday, May 2, 2021
Wednesday, March 17, 2021
Today is St. Patty's Day and I am looking back at this past year. Wow. I must have a bit of Irish in me, because I have survived 2020 and the many things that came my way. Despite the long break from the blog, I am feeling compelled to write yet another post. You see, an old friend of mine, Mike Agneta, reminded me that there is joy in writing and remembering those adventures in life. Whether it's good or not so good, you are on a journey. It is up to you what you do with the hand that is dealt to you. So, here I am. Green shoes and all. Because I did have a bit of Irish luck and God's blessings upon me this past year. Now, let's get this story rolling..
Thursday, January 30, 2020
Ok, ok. Enough complaining. So... next time someone talks about how long a month this has been, just ask them how their day is going!!! Haha.
Sunday, December 29, 2019
the ringing of music. (You know, the hills are alive...
with the "Sound of Music".)
- Can you blame me???
Wednesday, October 30, 2019
Sometimes you get lucky enough to rub shoulders with someone who is exceptional in what they do. Definitition of an OG: They are authentic. Sometimes they are "Old school". They are one of a kind. I have been extrememly blessed to have fished with many of these OG's during my 10+ yrs in the flyfishing world. I surround myself with good people. Kind people. Fun people. Honest people. "Fish smart" people. Most importantly, LOYAL people. Those are just a few traits I look for when I make fishing buddies along my journey. Let me introduce you to two of them.
Meet John. He hails from the great state of Wyoming. The guy is a fantastic fly tyer and a true friend. One of those guys that you love to be around because of his kind and genuine disposition. He would give you the shirt off of his back. Always willing to help out another angler. He is the fish whisperer. John knows how to hop around faster than I can turn my head to find him!