Trouble with the “Red Thread”

  I am an avid outdoors-man. I write songs and play a mean keyboard. Cliff diving is a great rush as well as skiing the mountains. I have enough woodworking equipment to start my own business. Photography, yes lets talk about the hard to get shots in the rain or -20 winter temps in theContinue reading “Trouble with the “Red Thread””

A Fish Story…With Pictures

The world is full of people like me. We keep the economy going. My part is the fishing economy. Yesterday is as good an example as any  but there is a common thread that bothers me a bit in my real life stories. Nuts to the economy, I just want to have an adventure justContinue reading “A Fish Story…With Pictures”

Dare to Adventure

The entrance to a narrow waterway from the canoe (according to our map) looked like we might not fit between the rocks. In the wilderness there are no signs to tell of dangerous rapids, impassable waterways, or floating bog areas.  There are no signs to tell you it’s a dead-end after two miles of heavyContinue reading “Dare to Adventure”

Wild Outdoor Adventures and Serious Fun

Nine of us embarked on a Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness Trip a few days ago. Nine of us (thankfully) came back out a few days later. High winds, swamped canoes, physical ability questions and extremely rugged territory redefined our plans. It’s one thing to look at a map and plan your adventure; quite anotherContinue reading “Wild Outdoor Adventures and Serious Fun”

>The Rocks Cry Out Picture Truth Series #6 By Gary Fultz

> Famous-landscape and I was There! I took this picture a couple hundred yards from elk camp.  Son Tim in the steep mountain timber Not much has changed from when the movie “true Grit” starring John Wayne, was made. The trees have changed. Some are new and some are gone. The rock looks to beContinue reading “>The Rocks Cry Out Picture Truth Series #6 By Gary Fultz”