I'm taking about a 10 day trip up through Nevada, Idaho and Utah. I'll get some pics for ya. Yes, I will be doing a little fishing. See you in June.
Sunday, May 23, 2010
Saturday, May 15, 2010
Thursday, May 13, 2010
Jessica Watson is a 16 year old Aussie lass about to finish a solo, non-stop, circumnavigation of the earth in a 34 foot sailboat. An amazing feat. I've been following her blog for awhile and it just blows me away. GO CHECK IT OUT!
Jessica Watson's blog
BTW, if you go to "The Voyage" page and zoom in, the little pink location markers are blog posts. A cool way to surf her blog.
Posted by Stephen at 11:32 PM
Tuesday, May 11, 2010
Sunday, May 9, 2010
Friday, May 7, 2010
Yeah, I eat bluegill. A delicate, dance of the palate across the bones of sacrifice.
A gentle poaching with just a few spices. Clean and scale, then be gentle.
With every morsel,,,,,remember....
Remember the beauty of singular moments.
And be thankful that you aren't his dinner.
Posted by Stephen at 10:26 PM
Wednesday, May 5, 2010
If you are pregnant, you will probably pee alot and you need to keep up on your replacement fluids.
click on pics to look 'em in the eye
Whether gloating about your sperm count,,,,,,,,, or gestating, either makes you thirsty.
Do fish get thirsty?
Posted by Stephen at 10:13 PM
I saw two big rams last night. One far away, the other close.
That was after he FINALLY turned towards me.
I'm having a focus issue with my camera. Hence the "I want a new camera" mantra. What I'm seeing in the viewfinder and what uploads are about a half bubble out of plumb the last few days. But still, a desert monarch up close is always cool.
Posted by Stephen at 3:24 PM
Tuesday, May 4, 2010
Having played some organ in my time, this blows me away. Look past the shoes and the uniform, and watch those feet. WOW! At the 1:00 minute mark those twinkle toes really start poppin'. And then at the 1:30 mark......."Look ma, no hands." Cameron Carpenter.
Posted by Stephen at 11:19 AM
Saturday, May 1, 2010
Sometimes we forget it's Saturday and need a swift kick in the back of the pants to remind us that a state of imbroglio is not necessarily permanent. Sometimes we need a natural anti-depresssant. I'm lucky enough to know who to see for that prescription. Well,,,,,,,,,,,,,not so much a who,,,,but rather a what/where.
A subliminal yet conscious unclenching of the mandible. A disconnect from the oil slicks of life.
He's not worried about offshore drilling, unless it was in his cove. So maybe sometimes we get too focused on singular issues and forget there is a great big ol' world out there, all we have to do is look up.
Look up? At what? That big rock?
clic for bigga bo peep flock
Remember Steve, breathe, in...........out..... and don't forget to look up.
Posted by Stephen at 11:48 PM