After 4 months of writing in another section of the cyber universe, I have moved. I am an outdoor adventure- go before I think-skin my knee on the way out the door-kind of guy (or just accident prone sometimes). I relate to the guy who went to the doctor and said doctor, doctor, I broke my arm in seven places!” and the doctor said “well you gotta stay out of them places”. You can go back to my first blogs and there are some very good ones, and some I broke my arm on (that means they are not as good) but I learned and they are worth reading I am told, so I imported them into the archives here.
I began to write a “picture Truth” series and will continue. I appreciate your comments and your own stories and comments as well. I vote for the Angry Beaver Blog as the most entertaining. For a spiritual challenge linked to adventure Firestarters of the Soul
I have to talk fishing sooner or well-sooner. I will bring you to the Boundary Waters Canoe Area wilderness often. Trip # 56 is coming up with a bunch of us guys going for five days into regions few people portage and paddle (a bunch of portages) into. I hope to have great pictures to show for it. Another writer is coming along, I would encourage you to earmark his “Outdoor Truths” for your reading and encouragement as well. read about his invite to our trip in”No Excuses by Gary Miller,
I value your comments, stories, and encouragement. I’d love to gather enough stories to run out and make a book that people would actually buy. So I hope to provide weave stories for good entertainment value, share insights that deal with our lives, and throw in a few outdoor tips on camping and cooking (Not the cooking?…..I heard that!).
Who knows, you might find yourself on an adventure in the BWCA, At Elk Camp in the Rockies, Bear hunt and walleye fishing camp in northern Minnesota, Goose hunting the Dakotas, Ice fishing on Lake of the woods or Itasca State Park area. I am contemplating the ultimate photography trip into the hidden areas of the BWCA (with a fishing rod handy just in case I sense a fish nearby).
So Welcome to my blog, enjoy, make comments and suggestions below. Till then keep your hook in the water.
3 thoughts on “Outdoor Adventures insights and stories”
You’ll have to post some pics of your kentucky trip when you get back.
I’ll do that, and also to Missouri if I catch anything (otherwise I’ll pretend I didn’t go.
You post great posts Just bookmarked !!!