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After spending the last year gallivanting around the country, it's time to get back to work. I've landed in Reno, Nevada for a stretch to clear up some unfinished business... the Austin Healey that's had a happy home in Mom's garage needs to move on. It's always the last few percent of a job that … Continue reading Back to Work
I'm down to less than a week before I need to be in Dallas for a family get-together. The forecast for the next three days is partly cloudy with mild southeasterly winds. I'm going to hit the jetty this afternoon for the last time and Thursday/Friday with my last shots at finding tailing fish on … Continue reading Last Shot at Redfish Bay
Searching for Redfish in Skinny Water on the Texas Coast
The first time I set off in my new-to-me Funmover Motorhome, I had no experience with the world of Recreational Vehicles. Apart from the prior two months I had spent fixing all of the problems that I'd found with my new home, that is. (water damage, wiring problems, broken bits and bobs.) It wasn't a … Continue reading The Joys of RV Life, Norcold Edition
I don't often get up before sunrise, but I have to take advantage of those moments when the wind isn't blowing if I stand any chance of finding the pod of tailing redfish that I'm seeking. There was a 4 hour window on Saturday and I was able to launch the kayak a half hour … Continue reading Sunrise and Flat Water
I didn't plan on coming to Texas at all. A year ago I was wrapping up a stretch of work and planned on spending Summer in Montana... it was glorious for the most part. But by the middle of October I had to make a decision on where to go next, and since it was … Continue reading A Troutbum on the Texas Coast