Monthly Archives: December 2016

A Memorable Day To Hold Us Over

Wow, what a memorable day. Grab that special beverage and share in my day.  I plan on taking a few days off for Christmas. So I put in nearly a full day. A short break for brunch had me anxious … Continue reading

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Life Around The Rivers And Change

This morning as I loaded the images for today I thought about life around the rivers and change. You see I have spent the last over 25 years along these rivers. Ten years I was a fishing guide and spent … Continue reading

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Lingering Ice Fog Then Clear Day

The day started with a heavy ice fog over the lakes and rivers. A small fire on a towboat in the lock chamber had brought out 8 fire trucks don’t know how many support vehicles, three rescue boats from around … Continue reading

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Under Clearing Skies

Under clearing skies and no wind the action heated up on the rivers. I was able to stand the cold pretty comfortably. Early the action was slow as can be seen by the huddle of Great Blue Heron and Gulls … Continue reading

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Cold And Windy

Yesterday was cold and windy, making it difficult to stay out for long. It seemed to be the same for the wildlife. When I spotted something it was not there for long… . . . . . . . . … Continue reading

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