2021 Interior Renovation

Home Renovations for 2021

This April marked the beginning of my sixth year living out of this 2006 Funmover. They really don't build these things for full time living, and it actually voids the warranty if you do so. Some of the cheap materials and poor construction techniques are really shockingly bad. Chipboard held together with staples, for the … Continue reading Home Renovations for 2021

The Long Draw Cutthroat

[Ed. note: I'm in Wyoming now and realized I failed to click the publish button on this post last month!] A few years ago, I went exploring with the RV up near the top of Cameron Pass, where the scuttlebutt said that there were dispersed campsites available along Long Draw reservoir and the creek that … Continue reading The Long Draw Cutthroat

Searching for Grayling and Salmonflies

Last Sunday, I rode up the Poudre Canyon for the third week in a row to check on Joe Wright reservoir, looking to hit the grayling spawning run. Three years ago I lucked into it on June 26, and it was some of the craziest fly fishing action I’ve ever experienced… a fish on every … Continue reading Searching for Grayling and Salmonflies

The Tiny First Fish of 2020 in Colorado

I've been at work in Colorado for two weeks now and have eased back into fly fishing freshwater. Aside from a few outings for panfish in a Petaluma pond and a couple of short days on creeks in Arizona and Nevada, I haven't fished freshwater since the Fall of 2018. I went with a friend … Continue reading The Tiny First Fish of 2020 in Colorado

Eastbound Again -A Stop at Lamoille Canyon, Nevada

I'm headed to Colorado again to finish up a job I started there back in 2016. In 2015, my first year traveling in my Funmover RV, I stopped at Lamoille Canyon in June and enjoyed a few great days flyfishing up and down the creek. I visited again in 2018 on my way to Montana, … Continue reading Eastbound Again -A Stop at Lamoille Canyon, Nevada

2004 KTM 950 ADV – SOLD

Man, I loved this bike. Rode hard and put away wet.  Carried my float tube, waders and fly gear up a jeep track to catch cutthroat trout in Wyoming. Went on a loop around Jarbidge, Nevada alongside the Bruneau River on a trail that seemed never ending. The first owner took it to Argentina... this … Continue reading 2004 KTM 950 ADV – SOLD

KTM 400 XC-W Dual Sport

  April 7 Edit: Not for sale any longer, unless a buyer offers a premium price. This is now the Pandemic backup, kick-start, carbureted, goat path vehicle. Currently at 165.2 hours and 3173 miles Motor professionally rebuilt in 2012 at 99 hours with new crank, Wossner piston, Millenium replated cylinder and all bearings and seals … Continue reading KTM 400 XC-W Dual Sport