Head and Heart

First stop of the trip. It always is, however first time in such torridity. Blasted with radiating rays, never before have we felt such heat from the sun. It’s a daily strut down to the docs multiply times a day, … Continue reading

The Angler

The Angler

It’s refreshing to see a fisherman in his element especially in the mist of ill-advised and division-inducing rhetoric. This angler isn’t alone. He is accompanied by a fellow angler with a fair number of accoutrements to linger on these rocks … Continue reading

Peace Out Rainbow Trout

Peace Out Rainbow Trout

Went searching for fish today. In the creek, someone’s favorite place to spatter her self-manicured feet in. No accoutrements necessary, she prefers a primordial method of clenching and trapping with her fists. Don’t worry no fish will ever be harmed, … Continue reading

Fish Killers

Forgive us Father for we have killed the soon-to-be-vanished halibut that use to swim so abundantly in our waters. Our once happy ecosystems have whirled into a chaotic frenzy and we took out four of them in half a day’s … Continue reading

A River Runs Through Our Hearts

As winter creeps into our backyards and eclipses the golden sun that just the other day tickled our flip-flop wearing toes, I cannot help but feel a bit of “placelessness.” At this instant, during a break from our regular routine … Continue reading